Diabetes, back pain, depression – widespread diseases of our time. You can find information about symptoms, causes, and treatment with medication here.
Depressed? Here you can find out which symptoms help you recognise depression and when antidepressants can be a good option.
What should I do if I have heart disease? You can find the causes of cardiovascular diseases and treatment options with medication here.
Osteoporosis is the number 1 bone disease. It affects women in particular. You can find factors that reduce bone mass and information on treatment options with medication here.
Respiratory diseases such as colds, allergies, allergic cough, asthma or cold-related bronchitis can have many causes. Read more about causes, symptoms and treatment options here.
Do you have diabetes? You can find out about symptoms that help you recognise diabetes and when insulin can help here.
Problems and pain with urination? Maybe you have a urinary tract or bladder infection. Find out more here.
Learn interesting facts about gynecological diseases, which contraceptives are available and about the signs of endometriosis. Gain insights on how to recognize vaginal mycosis and how the morning-after pill can prevent an unwanted pregnancy.
The diagnosis of cancer does not have to be a death sentence any more. Thanks to effective medicines, it is possible to live with cancer or even be cured today.
Many men suffer from hair loss or erectile dysfunction (abbreviated ED/potency disorder). You can find information about possible causes and how treatment can look like here.
Gastrointestinal tract disease? Nausea, diarrhoea, heartburn and the like are common symp-toms. Find out more about how to treat them and which drugs help here.
Since the children's immune system is not yet fully developed, babies and infants are particularly susceptible to disease.
Back pain is one of the most common pain conditions of our time. You can find information about causes and treatment options here.
Underactive and overactive thyroid diseases are very common. You can find out here how they differ, how they are recognised, and how they are treated.
Regular check-ups help detect disease early. You are entitled to these check-ups from the time you are a baby until you are a senior.