10/01/2020 | Mariana Reis - Médica especialista em Medicina Geral e Familiar
“Tobacco kills” we all have heard and It's written everywhere.
So why people still smoking? It seems logical to stop, but what makes the process of quitting smoking so difficult?
-Written by Dr. Mariana Reis (MD ).
09/12/2019 | Catarina Vilela
Diaper dermatitis, also called diaper rash and diaper rash, is the most common rash in infants and young children. It typically occurs on convex skin surfaces that are in direct contact with the diaper, including the buttocks, lower abdomen, genitals, and upper thighs.
03/12/2019 | Catarina Vilela
21/11/2019 | Catarina Vilela
Hygienic habits are important for the healthy growth of the child on many levels and are built on a daily basis.
Healthy personal hygiene habits that are learned in childhood will last a lifetime.
Caring for a baby's delicate skin, and later teaching him hygiene care as a child, are acts of love!
11/11/2019 | Catarina Vilela
Ricardo SottoMayor is a massage therapist with various backgrounds in the field of alternative medicines, namely Osteopaia, Acupuncture, Reiki, Manual Lymphatic Drainage. He also trained as Assistant Physiotherapy Technician, Rehabilitation Massage and Sport (see curriculum below at the end of the interviews). He is the trainer of the “Recovery and Sports Massage Course” at ESMOT- School of Oriental and Therapeutic Medicine. It has its own clinic in Sesimbra: the SottoMayor Therapeutic Center, ambassador of the motto "He who has no time to take care of his health, will have to make time to take care of the disease."
07/10/2019 | Catarina Vilela
In the treatment of plantar fasciitis that causes pain in the sole of the foot, a massage with spike balls, tennis balls or any other rigid ball may be used. The treatment will work best combined with other care.
24/09/2019 | Catarina Vilela
19/09/2019 | Catarina Vilela
Bed wetting, called nocturnal enuresis, consists of uncontrolled emptying of the bladder during sleep. Peeing in bed while sleeping is a more common situation than you think but it is not a warning sign.
The rhythm and maturation of urinary sphincters differ from child to child. This pace must be respected. No one is guilty, much less the child!