Beta-amyloid PET imaging is a technology which enables us to diagnose Alzheimer’s when symptoms are still mild, enabling a plan to be established, slowing down deterioration and improving the patient’s quality of life. [Continue Reading]
1. Raised blood pressure
2. Increased girth *
3. Raised fasting triglycerides
4. High-density lipoprotein cholesterol
5. Hyperglycaemia [Continue Reading]
Music surrounds us and inundates us, it makes us emotional, lets us travel in time, it gives us strength or fills us in moments of peace. Music can be found anywhere, in every sound, every rhythm and in every voice, but: What really happens in our brain when we hear a melody?
Why is the lack of female sexual desire one of the most debated and theorised questions in the field of sexuality, and yet at the present moment, it is still a great enigma? [Continue Reading]
Dr. Jurado is the President of the Instituto Europeo de Sexología (European Institute of Sexology), Coordinator of ONSEX, Observatorio Nacional de Salud Sexual (National Observatory for Sexual Health) and Coordinator of the Working Group on Women’s Assistance of SEMERGEN, Sociedad Española de Médicos de Atención Primaria (Spanish Society of Primary Care Physicians). She also acts as a legal mediator in the healthcare sector. [Continue Reading]
Have you noticed how the music you listen to is related to your mood? When you are happy, you usually put on music that has a lively, catchy rhythm, while when you are sad, you choose something that is more melancholy. [Continue Reading]
This study provides an almost real-time, three-dimensional image of the heart. [Continue Reading]
If physical examination, mammography or other imaging study shows a suspicious change in one of your breasts, the next step may be a biopsy.
During a breast biopsy, a sample of breast tissue is taken. A pathologist (a doctor who is a specialist in the diagnosis of disease) then examines this tissue under the microscope to determine whether it contains any cancerous cells. [Continue Reading]