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  • The common thread connecting diabetes to obesity and hypertension

    Unfortunately, when one disease is diagnosed, it sometimes brings with it other related conditions. This is the case with diabetes, often associated with issues such as hypertension and obesity. Using connected devices to measure ...

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  • 5 reasons to connect to health every day

    Connected health devices can add wellbeing to your daily habits: from monitoring your weight to measuring your temperature, from blood pressure values to glucose levels – you can save everything in real time and share it with your ...

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  • Arnica, a modern remedy with ancient roots

    It is an evergreen of our everyday-use pharmacopoeia. Arnica has been used for centuries to deal with small daily accidents, ranging from classic bruises to insect bites. A multifaceted remedy that derives directly from the ...

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  • Computer, smartphone or tablet: a how-to guide to protect your ...

    Spend hours glued to your computer or tablet? Joint and muscle pains, and a little eyestrain are right around the corner. What can you do? Let us sort it out: here is some advice for you that could be useful to adopt a correct ...

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  • How to measure oxygenation with a pulse oximeter

    Pulse oximeters are very user-friendly, if you know how to use them and how to interpret values. It’s not complicated! They are indispensible instruments to measure the ratio of oxygen in your blood, which provides important ...

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  • Strains, sprains and bruises: discover the difference

    Strains, sprains and bruises are some of the most frequent accidents we can stumble upon in daily life. Often, however, we are not sure how to set them apart and confuse a pulled muscle with a distortion. It’s not just a matter of ...

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  • Your child has a fever? No reason to panic

    When a baby’s temperature rises and the little one doesn’t feel well, mom and dad’s anxiety also grows. Here are some simple tips for you to reverse course and deal with the “headache” of a fever, which often makes parents more ...

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  • Burns and cuts in children? Some first aid advice

    If you have kids you’ll know well enough that sooner or later everyone falls, skins a knee or gets a small burn. With children, accidents happen almost every day. Your mantra in these cases should be “don’t panic”: fortunately, ...

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  • Blood pressure measurements: what numbers tell us

    High blood pressure can increase the risk of cardiovascular complications. But what is the definition of arterial hypertension or high blood pressure? And above all, blood pressure monitor in hand, what is the threshold value ...

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