Why did you become a doctor? It would be nice to say that I became a doctor because of my childhood, but it wouldn’t be true. None of my family members were doctors – I never had a personal experience. What I do remember is that I always wanted to save the sick, injured, or […]
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What is an allergy? Allergy is an excessive and derailed reaction of the immune system to substances, that normally do not elicit any response from the body. These substances are called allergens, such as pollens, animal hair, mites, mold spores, poisons of various animals, microorganisms, foods, drugs, chemicals, heavy metals, etc. The first encounter with […]
Why did you become a doctor? Why did you choose orthopedic surgery as your specialty? This is a tough question. For me, it came subconsciously. My mom is a kindergarten teacher, and my dad graduated from technical university. I went to high school with the intention to get a degree in computer science and everyone […]
Our receptionist Hanna Taller is also a nutritionist and she shared her outlook on healthy eating with us. What is a healthy lifestyle? Nowadays we hear it often that we have to eat healthy and exercise regularly. We see pictures of healthy foods all over social media, and hearing different advice from different influencers. It […]
Why did you become a doctor? My father suffered from poliomyelitis just before I was born, he became paralyzed from the waist down, so I lived all my life with an invalid father. I assisted him with many things even when I was little, so it is no surprise that I choose to become a […]
FirstMed turns 22 next week. We caught up with our company’s founder and asked him about FirstMed and how it has evolved over its many years. Can you please give a little background on how you got to Hungary and why you started FirstMed? During my studies at Kalamazoo College, I developed an interest in […]
We are nearing twelve months since governments worldwide began taking serious measures to protect people from COVID-19. Life has changed drastically for individuals. People began working from home. Children and university students started online learning instead of classroom instruction. The pandemic also negatively impacted almost all businesses, forcing them to change how they work or, […]
We all tend to overindulge over the festive season but it’s still important to look after your health. Here are a few ideas to help keep yourself on track without missing out on all the fun. From staying hydrated to keeping active, these tips will help to keep you healthy for Christmas – and beyond. […]
Summer is a time for fun in the sun, but it’s also a time when certain injuries and illnesses may be more common. Time spent outdoors around water, in the woods, and playing sports can lead to injuries, sunburn, dehydration, food poisoning, and other ailments. Here is a list of some of the most common […]
We know it’s considered bad to generalize but it does seem to be an accepted fact that men don’t look after their health as well as women look after theirs – something to do with being the tougher sex, we suppose. True or not, on 15-21 June the world holds International Men’s Health Week, and […]
We have all become familiar with the language thrust upon us by coronavirus – the “new normal” in facing the impact of “social distancing”, “self-isolation”, “pandemics” and “epidemics”, “flattening the curve”, “quarantine”, “lockdowns”, “community spread”, “contact tracing”, “key workers” and so on. Another expression that might give pause for thought in this new vocabulary of […]
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