Sanches

Corneal Inlays – the New Solution for Presbyopia

Sanches 0 Comments

Affecting over two billion people worldwide, presbyopia is extremely common in people over 40. Ageing affects the flexibility and thickness of the natural lens of the eye, so as the lens hardens, when looking at close objects, the eye has difficulty focusing light on the retina. As the eye begins focusing light behind the retina, close-up vision becomes blurry. Read More →

Swift, Repeated Walks Might Slow Alzheimer’s Progression

Sanches 0 Comments

People suffering from early Alzheimer’s disease can benefit from swift, repeated walks, a new randomized controlled trial shows. As the interest for therapeutic effects of physical exercise for people with Alzheimer’s disease keeps growing, a recent study published this February shows that aerobic exercise for those with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease can produce gains in functional ability. Read More →

3 Microelements Essential for Your Body

Sanches 0 Comments

Basically, micro-nutrient deficiency or dietary deficiency is lack of the adequate microelements needed for health. The reduced level of any of the minerals necessary for human health can impair major functions in the body dependent on that mineral. Below is some helpful information on three essential microelements and their causes in case they are deficit in your body. Read More →

How to Buy the Right Running Shoes

Sanches 0 Comments

Whether you are a professional Olympic athlete, practicing for a once in a lifetime marathon or you just like running to keep fit, having the right shoes makes all the difference. As a runner, buying running shoes is one of your most important investments because you will spend a lot of time wearing them. And this means that you need something comfortable and safe for your feet. Read More →

New WHO Report: Tobacco Takes Away $1 Trillion and 8 Million Lives Each Year

Sanches 0 Comments

Health experts unveiled worrisome statistics about one of the biggest preventable causes of death worldwide, tobacco. According to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Cancer Institute, the habit of smoking tobacco is costing the global economy more than a whopping $1 trillion a year and will kill about 8 million people annually Read More →