Recent Health press releases & news

[PRESSWIRE] Hungary – 09 May, 2019 -- People go from all parts of the world to Budapest (Hungary, Europe) to get their teeth fixed and save up to 70% on dental care. It is no matter if it is about a complete smile makeover or just some lost teeth should be replaced by implants or a couple of crowns should be fitted, one of the most preferred destinations is Budapest.

 [PRESSWIRE] CHICAGO, April 9, 2019 -- Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE) announced today the appointment of Beth Lewin Dean, MBA, MPA as the new Chief Executive Officer. Beth brings 17 years of extensive experience within the epilepsy field, which has been driven by her strong commitment to understanding the needs, aspirations and hopes of patients and their loved ones.  

[PRESSWIRE] – Parma - February 18, 2019 -- Results bear one clear key message: good treatment is important! Patients in whom the acidosis had been properly controlled by adequate treatment had better growth and better kidney function than those with inadequate treatment.

[PRESSWIRE] Parma - January 31, 2019 -- 850 million people worldwide are affected by kidney disease. This worrying figure was published last June by the three leading nephrology societies (ASN, ISN and ERA-EDTA) [1] – and it continues to rise at an alarming rate.

[PRESSWIRE] Weimar, Germany - 14 November, 2018 -- It is well known that air pollution causes lung cancer, weakens the lung function or triggers asthma. There is also evidence that there is an association between air pollution and birth defects, immune defects or even autism.

[PRESSWIRE] Weimar, Germany - 29 October, 2018 -- The renewed interest in anti-GBM disease is spurred by the detection of autoantibodies in other forms of glomerulonephritis and has led to an exciting development in studies on pathogenesis as well as diagnosis and management. The newly published review [1] by Professor Mårten Segelmark, gives a comprehensive update on Anti-GBM disease subgroups, pathogenesis and therapies. “A must-read for all nephrologist”, explains Professor Denis Fouque, editor-in-chief of Nephrology Dialysis and Transplantation (NDT), the journal in which the review was published.

[PRESSWIRE] Paris - September 12, 2018 -- The sun is one of the most dangerous carcinogens, yet people who work outdoors are inadequately protected. Since 2014, data on the UV exposure of outdoor workers (such as farmers, road workers, seasonal harvest workers, building workers, roofers, etc.) have been collected in Germany as part of the GENESIS-UV project – with alarming results.

[PRESSWIRE] Paris - September 12, 2018 -- HPV genital infections are the most frequent sexually transmitted infections of viral origin and definitely represent a global burden with significant oncogenic potential. HPV infection causes external genital warts, and some HPV types are strongly associated with cancer or precancerous lesions. HPV induced cancers are mostly (but not only!) those of the ano-genital region, such as cervical, anal, vulvar, penile cancer, etc., but the cancers of the mouth and/or throat are also included.

[PRESSWIRE] Paris - September 12, 2018 -- Tattooing has gained tremendous popularity in Western countries. In Australia, Finland France and Germany, approximately 10% of the populations have at least one tattoo [1]. The ‘tattoo craze’ is particularly strong among the young generation, in which every third or fourth person has a tattoo.

[PRESSWIRE] Paris - September 12, 2018 -- Psoriasis is a chronic, non-communicable skin disease characterized by bright, silvery-white scales on reddened (inflamed) patches of skin, mainly on the arms and legs, the scalp, but also on many other areas of the body, including the genitals.