Coronavirus COVID19

COVID19 is a type of coronavirus that was first detected in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan, China. As it is still such a recent discovery, many of the details of the virus are unknown. Although we know that it spreads quickly, we know that fear, rumours and fake news are harder to control.

In this article, we want to share some advice from our medical team so that you can take the necessary precautions.

Dental implants, what you should know before putting any on

dental implants
Before placing a dental implant, find out all the details about the process and the types of implant you can choose from according to your needs

Dental implants are titanium screws that, by means of minor surgery, are placed on the jaw bone and replace the root of a missing tooth.

Intestinal transit: how can I regulate it on holidays?

Intestinal transit
During holidays, our body is subject to changes in its daily routine that can complicate the intestinal transit. What can we do to regulate it?

The long-awaited holidays help us break away from our daily routine. But, changing the dynamics also involves changing schedules and eating habits and, in many cases, further physical inactivity.

Oral thrush, a health problem

Mouth infection
A good oral hygiene is essential if we do not want our health to suffer.

We have many microorganisms inside our mouth and body, most of them are totally harmless.

Holidays with children; how to deal with it.

Children's holidays are very long, and many parents do not know how to manage their children's free time. In this article we will provide you a series of guidelines to deal with the family in summer holidays.

School holidays are the most awaited time of the year for the younger members of the family and when adults ask themselves the most questions: Should they revise their subjects even if they have passed everything? Should I give them homework?

Mouth sores, a great discomfort

Mouth sores
Mouth sores, although not serious and disappear after a short period, cause great discomfort and pain.

Every day activities such as drinking orange juice or hot coffee can become a very painful experience if we have mouth sores.

Blood tests: do you know how to interpret them?

Blood test
One of the most common visits to the doctor is going for a blood test. We know that this test is carried out quickly and that a needle is used to draw our blood. Do you know how it is analysed later?

Once the blood test has been carried out, we know nothing about what happens to our blood after it has been deposited in the corresponding container.

Eye cataracts

Eye cataracts
Eye cataracts result in the loss of transparency and elasticity of the eye. This leads to a slow and painless decrease in vision, to which the person gradually adapts.

To understand the concept of eye cataracts, we must first discuss the lens.

5 types of facial spots

facial spots
Although spots and pimples are more common during adolescence, they can also appear in adulthood. We tell you the different types of spots, why they appear and how to treat them.

We tell you about the different type of spots on the face, why they appear and how to treat them.

Do you know what to do if someone is having a stroke?

How to react when someone is having a stroke
It is essential to know how to detect the symptoms of a stroke and to react as quickly as possible. This way you can avoid the serious consequences that can arise from this condition.

A stroke is more common than we think. A stroke is the second cause of death in Spain after cardiovascular diseases. It is the first cause of death in women.

The psychological consequences of infertility

The emotional impact of infertility
Increasingly more couples are having problems fulfilling their dreams of becoming parents. As a result, they find themselves recurring to assisted reproductive treatment. This can lead to high levels of psychological distress for couples.

Infertility and the inability to conceive is on the increase in developed societies.

Listeria. Tips on how to avoid it

How to avoid listeria
Pregnant woman and the fetus are among the most vulnerable to foodborne illnesses, especially those of chemical and microbiological nature.

During pregnancy, hormonal changes take place in the mother's immune system; the mother's immune system is suppressed to help the baby develop and, as a result, this increases the risk of developing