Alzheimer’s is a serious brain disease. How does it develop and what can be done to prevent Alzheimer’s?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a disease of the nervous system. What course does ALS take and what can be done?
How do you recognise an anxiety disorder? What therapeutic measures are there to control symptoms?
Coughing and shortness of breath are typical symptoms of asthma. Good symptom management is key to treatment.
People with burnout experience extreme exhaustion – stress is usually the trigger.
Cancer is caused by a malignant change in the cells. What triggers this, and what are the possible signs and treatment options?
Phlegm production, cough and shortness of breath are typical of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Why does COPD occur and how can it be treated?
Abdominal cramps and diarrhoea are common symptoms of Crohn’s disease. Everything you need to know about the causes, diagnosis and treatment.
Depression, depression symptoms, typical thoughts, depression, signs of depression, treat depression, manic
Dermatitis is a generic term for skin inflammation. What is the underlying cause and how is it treated?
Epilepsy is a brain disorder. How does it develop and what can be done about epilepsy?
Haemophilia mostly affects men, but women can also develop symptoms. The cause is usually a genetic defect.
A pollen allergy often triggers severe symptoms. How to recognise hay fever and what to do about it.
What is hepatitis, what forms are there and how do you protect yourself?
High blood pressure
High blood pressure is common. If it is not treated in good time, heart disease may result. But there are ways of preventing it.
HIV and AIDS
HIV is a disease that weakens the immune system. AIDS is the final stage. How to recognise HIV and how it spreads.
Fatigue, brittle fingernails, hair loss: how to detect and treatment iron deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia.
Leukaemia is often curable. Find out how this type of cancer is diagnosed and treated here.
When abnormal cells in the bone marrow form several tumours, this is called multiple myeloma – definition, life expectancy and treatment.
Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory disease of the nervous system. How does it develop and how can it be treated?
Obesity is a chronic disease involving excessive growth of body fat. The different classes, types and treatment options.
In osteoporosis, the bones become porous and break easily. What you can do and how to prevent it.
Parkinson’s is a brain disease that usually manifests itself in typical symptoms such as slow movements and trembling.
Primary immunodeficiency is an inborn predisposition to a deficient immune system and the resulting diseases. What helps?
Red, scaly and itchy skin is a typical symptom of psoriasis. What you can do to treat psoriasis.
Pulmonary hypertension is the term for elevated blood pressure in the lungs that is caused by a variety of diseases. Symptoms and detection of the condition.
What causes rheumatoid arthritis and which treatments help with this inflammatory joint disease?
Sleep disorders are widespread. Where do they come from and what helps with falling asleep and sleeping through the night?
A stroke causes sudden damage to the brain. How do strokes develop, how can they be treated and how can they be avoided?
Thrombosis is a blood clot in a vein or artery – find out how it is identified, prevented and treated.
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Diabetes may cause significant symptoms, but it can also remain unnoticed for a long time. You can do it!
Abdominal cramps and a severe urge to defecate are signs of chronic bowel disease. How can it be treated?