Lose weight with acupuncture Lose weight with acupuncture - Individual treatment instead of & 34; Scheme F & 34;. (04.08.2010) Acupuncture can help you lose weight. There are many good reasons for losing weight for overweight people, who are now said to make up half of the German population. Your own health and beauty are at the forefront, and the index finger of health insurers and politicians are also increasingly pressing, warningly pointing out the economic consequences.
Baby flaps remain a legal gray area 01/22/2014 The baby flaps are sometimes the last resort for mothers if they feel overwhelmed with their newborn child or if the pregnancy was not planned. For the newborns, this possibility of giving up children means safe care and an opportunity to live.
Study: electromagnetic fields damage babies already in the mother's belly Electrosmog can sustainably damage babies in the womb. This was the result of a long-term study by researchers from the US Kaiser Foundation Research Institute in Oakland, California. The scientists examined mothers and children who were permanently exposed to a low-frequency electromagnetic field.
Statistics: Do Germans only go to the doctor ten times a year? If patients have recently had to wait a long time in a crowded waiting room for an appointment with the doctor, the news seems doubtful that doctor visits in Germany are declining. However, this is the analysis that is obtained from statistics.
Focus Gesundheit TV is expected to be switched off again at the end of August. (09.08.2010) The TV station & 34; Focus Gesundheit TV & 34; will probably be switched off again at the end of August this year. That comes from media industry circles. The broadcaster's program revolves around health topics, wellness and advice.
Rösler plans to pay in advance when visiting the doctor. In the future, health insurance patients should reimburse the costs for each doctor's visit themselves and have them reimbursed by the health insurance companies at the end of the year. Consumer advocates, on the other hand, are storming and speak of the introduction of a & 34; three-class model & 34; in health insurance.
More and more people get measles in Germany This year, a remarkable number of people get measles. The Federal Ministry of Health said 1,542 cases had been reported in September. That is about ten times as many measles sufferers as last year. According to the Federal Government & 34; insufficient vaccination protection & # 39; is the cause.
The largest German health insurance company, Barmer GEK, is likely to demand an additional contribution from its insured persons by 2011 at the latest. Further increases in the statutory health insurance premium could follow, requesting an additional contribution from their insured. Around 8.5 million members would be affected by the additional contribution.
Oncological naturopathic practice in Schwerte Karl-Gerharts-Str. 358239 SchwerteTel: 02317299829Mail: [email protected] Description of the practice: My work is an accompanying therapy to conventional medical treatments. The aim should be to normalize the inner milieu of the organism to such an extent that the cancer disease is deprived of its basis, to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation, to improve the immune status, to prevent recitative and to improve the quality of life.
Spring cleaning can keep you fit and healthy Spring is here and many are now tackling spring cleaning. Some consider thorough cleaning to be a "painful subject". But if you can bring yourself to do this, you can also rethink. Because the big spring cleaning is also an ideal sports program! The intense movement affects numerous muscle groups and the calories tumble every minute.
Dog osteopathy: Craniosacral therapy for dogs - an alternative support for the treatment of epilepsy and seizures in dogs The craniosacral or craniosacral osteopathy was primarily developed by the American osteopath William Garner Sutherland (1873-1954). He was a direct student of the founder of osteopathy, the American doctor Andrew Taylor Still (1828-1917).
Doctor's appointments: Statutory insured persons are disadvantaged; Statutory health insured persons are significantly disadvantaged when it comes to assigning doctor's appointments. This was the result of a representative survey study commissioned by the German company health insurance fund, which many health insurance patients have always suspected: when it comes to appointing doctors, legally insured persons are clearly disadvantaged compared to private patients.