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Το Ελβετικό Ιατρικό Κέντρο συνεχίζοντας την αναπτυξιακή του πορεία και για καλύτερη εξυπηρέτηση των ασθενών, ανακοινώνει την έναρξη παροχής υπηρεσιών Προσωπικού Ιατρού με την ένταξη στο ανθρώπινο δυναμικό του Δρ. Κωνσταντίνου Φίλια MD. Ο Δρ. Φίλιας κατέχει την ειδικότητα του Γενικού Ιατρού με 20ετή πείρα στην Σουηδία, Γερμανία και Ελλάδα και είναι απόφοιτος του Αριστοτέλειου πανεπιστημίου Θεσσαλονίκης. Για το Ελβετικό

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Xenoestrogens as a Cause of Fertility Issues & Neurological Conditions

What does nail polish and plastic packaging have to do with fertility issues and neurological conditions? Xenoestrogens are defined as chemicals that mimic some structural parts of the physiological estrogen compounds, therefore may act as estrogens or could interfere with the actions of endogenous estrogens. They have an estrogenic effect on both the male and female bodies, causing a relative

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Hormonal Rebalancing – Part 1

An Interview with Dr. Dinos Xydas M.D. Chief Medical Director of the Swiss Biological Medicine Center What are the secrets of anti-aging and how can we apply it in our daily lives? Before I explain the fundamental principle of this method, we need to talk about the most basic question that is often asked. “What causes a disease”? There are

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The Three Stages of Lyme Disease

Lyme disease can go through several stages. It may cause different symptoms, depending on how long the patient have been infected and where in his /her body the infection has spread. A practitioner’s guide Stage 1 of Lyme Disease Patient appears with adherent tick or immediately after a tick’s removal at your practice. This is what the patient needs to know:

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Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) & Lyme Disease

What are Mast Cells? Mast cells are immune cells that originate in the bone marrow and release up to 200 signalling chemicals, or mast cell mediators, into the body as part of an immune system stabilizing defense response against foreign invaders (parasites, fungi, bacteria, or viruses), allergens and environmental toxins and contribute to tissue homeostasis and repair, according to Matthew

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The Mystery of Lyme Disease – a Overview on the History of Borreliosis

Even though there had been descriptions of similar diseases from several dermatologists in the early 20thcentury in Europe (1909: Erythema migrans from Afzelius (S); 1924: Acrodermatitis chronica atrophicans-ACA from M. Jessner and A. Löwenstamm (D/PL); 1943: Lymphadenosis benigna cutis-Lymphozytom from Bo-Erik Bäfverstädt (S)), from a historical perspective, the myth about Lyme-Borreliosis started in 1977. At this time Allen C. Steere

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Autoimmune Disorders: There is Another Way

Managing Autoimmune Disorders by Treating the Root Cause Autoimmune diseases are reaching epidemic levels, in part, because there are so many of them. Current medicine lists between 80 and 100 different types of autoimmune disorders or diseases. Some of the more common ones include Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), Hashimoto’s Disease, psoriasis, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) Grave’s Disease,

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Chronic Stress – Its Effects, How to Measure and How to Treat it

90% of all chronic diseases are due to the effects of Chronic Stress! Yes, that is correct. According to the US Center for Disease Control (CDC), 90% of all chronic difficult diseases are due to the existence of chronic stress. Some Science Stress is a biological response to demanding situations. It causes the body to release hormones, such as cortisol

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What is IBS and How to Treat it

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS – Irritable bowel syndrome is a common digestive condition that is thought to affect 40% of us at some time in our lives. IBS usually starts before the age of 35 and can be lifelong. Typical symptoms include Constipation Diarrhoea Passing mucus when you pass a stool Bloating Abdominal cramping or stomach pains Feeling

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Cardiovascular Disease and Prevention with Integrative Medicine

Cardiovascular disease is traditionally treated through medications and lifestyle modifications, yet adherence to these treatments is often poor. The use of complementary therapies, such as non-prescription vitamins and chelation, is increasing, and patients are seeking information from their physicians about the safety and effectiveness of these therapies. When considering integrative therapies for cardiovascular disease, it is important to understand the

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