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Date: 23/01/2018

Characterized by a permanent excess of sugar in the blood, diabetes can result from genetic and environmental factors acting in concert. Due to an incredible increase in the number of patients, experts today speak of an epidemic. All over the world: There are more than 100 million diabetics. About 2.8% of the adult population is affected. Between

Date: 12/12/2017

We are very proud to have received the Swiss anti-age label. This label reflects all our efforts to offer our patients the best medicine available in preventive medicine.

Medical articles
Date: 23/11/2017

Try our sleep checkup for advise and recommendations! Acutally it is essential not to underestimate the importance of sleep. Sleep is the most important factor contributing to your well-being and your appearance. An adequate sleep quota is one of the best defense mechanisms we have to stay healthy and manage stress. Sleeping is a physiological

Medical articles
Date: 01/11/2017

01Heavy metal toxicity is a very general subject and people experience widely varying symptoms in response to heavy metal poisoning. There are many individual metals causing varying degrees of illness based on acute and chronic exposures.  Heavy metals is the term used for a group of elements that have particular weight characteristics.  They are on

Medical articles
Date: 24/10/2017

An endocrine disruptor is a molecule that mimics, blocks or modifies the action of a hormone and disrupts the normal functioning of an organism. They are suspected of impairing human reproduction, causing neurological disorders, promoting diabetes or immune disorders. Among endocrine disruptors, we can find parabens in cosmetics and drugs, bisphenols (BP) in plastic packaging or

Medical articles
Date: 18/10/2017

A medical study published by the British Medical Journal in 2016 showed that about 250’000 deaths/year in the USA are due to medical errors! Frightening! Medical errors included mistake in medication administration (too much, too little, or given to the wrong patient), incorrect medical plan (patients got the wrong plan for their illness), failure in executing