The state of the evidence
Taking medication sounds easy enough but can be complicated, for example if you have to take a lot of different medications for a long time. How can you keep track of it all? And what should you bear in mind when taking antibiotics?more
Recognize and treat it fast
Big mood swings are normal after having a baby: about half of all mothers experience them. This phase usually does not last long and goes away again on its own. But if a mother does not stop feeling down and listless, she might have what is known as postnatal depression.more
Abnormal heart rhythm
“Palpitations,” “AV node,” “atrium” and “echocardiography” are just some of the medical terms that people with atrial fibrillation will come across. Our overview explains these words and describes the causes and course of this heart disease, as well as the treatment options.more
Bowel cancer screening
Advantages for relatives under 55?
A group of researchers at IQWiG have now looked into whether people under the age of 55 who have a family history of bowel cancer can benefit from a screening test.more
By the way . . .
Did you know . . .
. . . that many people who have low back pain find that lying on their back with their legs raised and bent at 90 degrees relieves their pain and helps them relax? Find out what else might be worth trying out if you have back pain.more