Veselības Aprūpes Centrs

Veselības Aprūpes Centrs

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Veselības Aprūpes Centrs

Laipni lūgti Veselības Aprūpes Centrā – vienīgajā Interneta lapā, kas sniedz rakstus un apskatus par slimībām, traucējumiem un veselības stāvokļiem vispopulārākajās valodās. Uzzini visu, no vispārīgas informācijas par svara zaudēšanu un rakstiem par novecošanas novēršanu, līdz pat specifiskiem padomiem par nopietnu disfunkciju novēršanu un izārstēšanu:

  • Veselība un dažādi veidi, kā palikt veselīgam – no matu kopšanas līdz novecošanas un vispārīgam veselības stāvoklim.
  • Izplatītākie vīriešu draudi: sirds kaites, erektīlā disfunkcija un seksuālās slimības.
  • Sieviešu rūpes: krūšu veselība, zems libido un kosmētiskā ķirurģija.
  • Kā kontrolēt savu svaru un nodedzināt vairāk kalorijas nekā tiek uzņemts katru dienu.


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Veselības Aprūpes Jaunumi

What seniors should know before going ahead with elective procedures

Posted on Monday, July 06, 2020

For months, Patricia Merryweather-Arges, a health care expert, has fielded questions about the coronavirus pandemic from fellow Rotary Club members in the Midwest.

New program aims to prevent prescription drug use among high school students

Posted on Thursday, July 02, 2020

George Mason University Professor Dr. Kenneth W. Griffin, received $156,581 from National Health Promotion Associates for a project aimed at preventing prescription drug use among high school students.

Among those disrupted by COVID-19: The nation’s newest doctors

Posted on Wednesday, July 01, 2020

July 1 is a big day in medical education. It's traditionally the day newly minted doctors start their first year of residency. But this year is different. Getting from here to there — from medical school to residency training sites — has been complicated by the coronavirus.

Conflicting COVID messages create cloud of confusion around public health and prevention

Posted on Monday, June 29, 2020

Regina Fargis didn't know what to do. Fargis runs Summit Hills — a health and retirement community in Spartanburg, South Carolina, that offers skilled nursing, activities and communal meals for its residents, most of whom are over 60, the highest-risk category for coronavirus complications.

Seniors in low-income housing live in fear of COVID infection

Posted on Friday, June 26, 2020

Davetta Brooks, 75, who has heart failure, a fractured hip and macular degeneration, is afraid. Conditions in her low-income senior building on Chicago's Near West Side — the Congressman George W. Collins Apartments — are "deplorable," she said.