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Are you familiar with Alzheimer’s disease?

It is becoming increasingly common, especially because of of the aging population, and much feared, because its effects on intellectual function are burdensome, and the available therapies do not still

What does the sun really do to the skin?

by Rosanna Feroldi That the much-loved tan is not a sign of health as it has long (and perhaps still) been perceived by most, but merely the skin’s defensive reaction

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Taken in small doses it improves concentration, while if taken in excessive doses it causes heart rate, raises blood pressure levels and induces a state of nervousness.

To get up on the right foot

A good day is seen in the morning. In fact, from waking up. Because the gestures and choices one makes in the few dozen minutes from the sound of the

Can the smartphone make us fat?

Between apps to promote physical activity, monitor cardiopulmonary performance, weight and calorie intake, smartphones would seem to be great allies of physical fitness. Yet this is not always the case,

Itching spy of an organic disease

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Having fun is the secret of well-being

“Laughter is good blood” is not just a popular saying. Several studies conducted over the past decades have indicated that this is indeed the case. Laughing, distracting oneself, spending time

Memory loss caused by head trauma

Sometimes a head injury can create a temporary loss of memory and not remember things just done throughout the day. Once you make sure you have had no consequences from

Sight: when it is transiently reduced

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Nowadays, when eyes are used intensively and protractedly, often in inadequate lighting conditions, suffering from some visual defect or transient eye irritation and fatigue is quite common at any age. Getting regular eye examinations is a must, but it is usually nothing serious. When, on the other hand, the decline in visual capacity is sudden and substantial, resulting in temporary partial or total blindness in one or (more rarely) both eyes, immediate referral to a medical professional or emergency room for a thorough evaluation of the situation and the causes that may have led to it. In fact, in these cases, there may be a vascular or neurological pathology at the origin that needs to be treated quickly. Some information on this .

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Dry eye

Dry eye syndrome sets in when the superficial tear film that protects, irrigates, and nourishes the outer layers of the eye, particularly the cornea and conjunctiva, is too poor or

Conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis are inflammatory conditions of the mucous membrane lining the inside of the eyelids, in contact with the eyeball. These are extremely common phenomena in the population of both sexes

Hypermetropia

Hypermetropia is an eye condition in which the eyeball is too short and does not allow proper focusing. In the farsighted eye, light rays from a distance are focused beyond

Astigmatism

Astigmatism is an imperfection in the curvature of the cornea-the transparent convex membrane that forms the anterior portion of the eyeball’s fibrous tonaca-or in the shape of the lens. Normally,

Ocular tumors

Ocular tumors are rare neoplasms that can affect both adults and children and can significantly impair vision (to the point of blindness) and quality of life, as well as shorten

Strabismus

Strabismus is an ocular condition characterized by misalignment of the eyes and, therefore, of the left and right visual fields, which can occur in the first 6 months after birth

Keratitis

Keratitis is an ocular condition caused by inflammation of the cornea, the transparent membrane that lines the central anterior part of the eye, at the iris and pupil, and that

Myopia

Myopia is a refractive defect in which the image of distant objects is formed in front of the retina, rather than on the retina itself, making vision indistinct, while vision

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can cause blindness, mainly due to increased pressure inside the eye that damages the optic nerve. The disease can occur at any age,
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