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It is estimated that more than half of the world's population has the presence in their stomach of Helicobacter pylori. We tell you the consequences of suffering this frequent infection. Helicobacter pylori: more risk of ulcers and gastric cancer We can suffer from Helicobacter pylori infection from a very young age and not knowing about the presence of this bacterium in our stomach ever in our life, because in many cases it does not show symptoms or make us sick as experts say from the Mayo Clinic.

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We are experiencing an obesity epidemic worldwide that is largely attributed to our habits, to our will. However, our genes and the obesogenic environment are the main cause of the obesity pandemic we are going through and that scares us so much today. Genes and environment: obesity in the 21st century Human beings today are equal to our predecessors of paleolithic in terms of genetics, but with more obesity and very different habits.

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This disease is commonly associated with obesity or a feeding problem, but nothing is further from reality. Lipedema is a poorly known disease that can have very serious consequences if left unchecked and treated properly. This pathology, contrary to what many people think, is not due to an issue related to being overweight.

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Health is a matter of concern for many people without a doubt, but when we have an excessive fear of being sick we can suffer from an increasingly common health anxiety disorder during these times. Anxiety health disorder: excessive concern about the actual risk According to a report presented by the BMJ magazine recently, health anxiety disorder is relatively common and occurs in 20% of the population.

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If there is something that scientific research has been finding and confirming in recent years, it is that sugary drinks and soft drinks pose a risk to our health and general well-being. Its high consumption is not only related to an increased risk of fat accumulation, a higher risk of obesity or a higher incidence of diseases such as diabetes, but also affects our oral health and may even favor the risk of cell aging .

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Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative pathology characterized by the death of neurons and marked motor as well as cognitive symptoms. A recent study indicates that its origin could be found in the intestine. Parkinson's: from the intestine to the brain The diagnosis of Parkinson's requires the presence of α-synuclein in the brain and the so-called "Lewy bodies" that is nothing more than clustered dead brain matter.

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Autism spectrum disorder is one of the most talked about disorders in recent years. It is not surprising, considering that estimates indicate that 1 in 68 children suffer from ASD. The rumor mill indicates that cases have been increasing in recent years, although what really seems to be that there is more and more information, parents have more details and more children can be diagnosed.

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Lysterioris is a disease caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes that, although it is safe for most healthy people, can be lethal to pregnant babies and people with weakened immune systems. Therefore, we tell you how to prevent this pathology that is on the rise and that, in this summer 2019, we are suffering one of the worst outbreaks of recent years in Spain.

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According to the Mayo Clinic, a panic attack is a sudden episode of intense fear that causes serious physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause. So we can identify it, we tell you its most frequent symptoms. Symptoms of panic attack Although not always occurring, a panic attack can be a symptom of anxiety as well as an unresolved stressful situation.

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Work-related pathologies are increasingly common today and burn-out or burn worker syndrome has gained relevance, so that although it is not yet recognized as a work-related illness, WHO considers it a major occupational phenomenon. prevalence Bur-nout symptoms According to WHO, the burn-out or burn-out worker syndrome is the result of work stress that has not been resolved or managed successfully, but has become chronic.

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