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The empowerment of the diabetic patient

When we talk about empowerment, we are basically talking about a slow and progressive process of health literacy, that is, an action of spreading a social concept of health, where all people have the right, but also the duty, to be well informed about health issues and the diseases that affect them.

Hypermetropia: what it is and how to treat it

Hypermetropia indicates a visual defect, which causes blurred vision of near objects and sharp vision of distant objects. It is possible that the patient with hypermetropia may not realize it

How long does tendonitis last?

Tendons are the fibrous connective tissue structures by which muscles connect to bones (or in some cases, to the skin, as is the case with facial muscles, for example). There

Hallux valgus: how to treat it

Hallux valgus is a deformity of the first toe, which appears deviated laterally toward the other toes, with simultaneous medial protrusion of the first metatarsal bone. This bony deformity is

What is Crohn’s Disease?

Crohn’s disease is a chronic intestinal inflammation that can affect the entire gastrointestinal tract. The causes are still unknown. It is characterized by intestinal ulcers, often alternating with stretches of

Chronic constipation related to vitamin D deficiency

Difficulty going to the bathroom, feeling of fullness and abdominal discomfort, bloating and flatulence; sometimes, cramping. These are all typical symptoms of a condition, constipation, that everyone has undoubtedly experienced

Herniated disc: how to treat it

Herniated disc is also known as “herniated or prolapsed disc.” This affliction consists of a ruptured vertebral disc that, upon opening, causes disc material to leak out and compress the

Freezing: how to treat it?

Freezing of the skin occurs only when temperatures are below 0 degrees. In this case, the skin is cold and white or bluish in color. The victim has no sensitivity

Periodontal Disease. What is it all about?

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Periodontitis is a chronic infectious disease that affects the supporting structures around the tooth such as gingiva and bone. What are the triggers and symptoms?

Periodontitis (once called Pyorrhea) is a chronic infectious disease that affects the supporting structures around the tooth such as gingiva and bone.

The main cause of disease development is bacterial plaque that settles around the tooth and at the gingival margin. Plaque and our body’s inflammatory response cause the bone around the tooth to shrink until the tooth element is lost. Although plaque is the main cause of periodontal disease other risk factors can also increase the aggressiveness of periodontitis such as smoking (which in a dose/dependent ratio that can increase the risk of developing periodontitis by 20 times) or systemic diseases such as type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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