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Foreskin Fix

By David Darby

For many years there has been a debate as to whether circumcision is necessary, with some men complaining that their circumcised penises are lacking in sensation. However, the issue of too much foreskin is usually treated in this way and of course religious issues come into play for many others. »

Peaceful Times

By Wolfgang K Piller MD

When the Christmas bells are ringing, our arteries will once again groan loudly. The traditional Christmas dinner of most Europeans alone will clock up an extraordinary 3000+ calories and Christmas does not end with the dinner. »

Small is Beautiful

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

Traditional vaccines take a long time to produce in large amounts no matter if they are ‘tamed’ live-vaccines or dead-microbe vaccines. This is a particular problem when epidemics emerge suddenly. »

Hope for mankind

By Wolfgang K Piller MD

Superfoods is a marketing term used to describe foods with supposed health benefits, but there is no legal or medical definition for them. »

Learning & Education

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

“Joshua, the Doctor is here to give you your vaccination..." – instant howling from the background from the 6-year-old in question. »

Here We Go Again

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

The new year and a good old cold… We hope you have recovered enough from welcoming this new and unique 2016 – let it be a healthy, happy and successful one. Be aware that it’s not the stars but the mind which determines this. And the mind needs – Sleep! Previous research has suggested... »

Who is Who & Who is I?

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

Each of us is colonized, inside and out, by microorganisms. More than three pounds of microorganisms in our gut alone, and many more on our skin. In fact, we harbor ten microbial cells for every one of our own cells. »

Listen to Goya

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

Apart from those more general considerations, it is known that certain viral infections can beat the path for cancer. An estimated 15% of all cancers can be explained this way. »

Ungrateful Walking Dead

By Wolfgang K Piller MD

More evidence has been added to the assumption that low PSA levels predict the likelihood of developing prostate cancer, thus the final verdict about the frequency of screening is coming closer. »

Ice-Cream, You Scream – Everybody Takes Statins

By Axel E. Thieke G.P.

Axel HeaderDetermining whether statins (cholesterol-lowering-medicines) are responsible for non-specific aches and pains can be difficult, especially in elders. »

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