Caring for mental health in childhood and growing up as happier adults

Psychological disorders are more common than is believed: 25% of the population will present a mental disorder during their lifetime, according to data from the World Health Organization. On International Mental Health Day, it is important to make it clear that the need for psychological support is a normal occurrence for a large part of … Read more

Cyberchondria: what is it and how does it affect your health?

Cyberchondria refers to a person’s anxiety about their health, which leads them to constantly and obsessively search for medical information on the Internet to verify whether the symptoms they have, or think they have, are due to a serious illness. Mariola Pérez Marqués, specialist in Psychology, explains the main symptoms, treatments and guidelines to follow. … Read more

How spasticity affects people’s health

Spasticity is a clinical sign that occurs in numerous neurological conditions, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, hypoxic brain damage, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, tumors and degenerative diseases. It is a disorder that causes a loss of functionality and autonomy in the individual, affecting quality of life. Clinical variability of spasticity This disorder appears … Read more

How to have a healthy mouth?

1. Assess the state of your oral cleanliness To begin with, if you are not sure if you are brushing your teeth correctly, you can ask your dentist to use a plaque detector. With this detector we will be able to identify the areas where there is more plaque deposited on the teeth and if … Read more

How to know if you are lactose intolerant

Knowing if a person is lactose intolerant can be complicated, because although there are apparent symptoms, these are not enough to diagnose lactose intolerance. For this reason, we spoke with Dr. Agustín Molins, specialist in nutrition and dietetics at Clínica Dr. Molins, to learn a little more about lactose intolerance and how we can identify … Read more

World Fertility Day: how we can take care of it

World Fertility Day, which is celebrated on June 4, aims to raise awareness of the importance of the increasing problems associated with infertility that are occurring more and more frequently in our society. What is infertility? Infertility is “a disease of the reproductive system defined as the inability to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 … Read more

World AIDS Day(WAD)

December 1st is World AIDS Day. AIDS is the most acute phase of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV, which attacks the immune system of the affected person, the body’s basic and fundamental defense against various infectious agents. Dr. Gerardo Ventura Serrano, specialist in Gynecology and member of Top Doctors, explains several factors to take … Read more


Index What is puberty? Symptoms of puberty Treatments for puberty What specialist treats puberty? What is puberty? Puberty is the period, after childhood, between approximately 9 and 20 years of age. During this stage, psychological, biological, sexual and social changes occur, which can give rise to some pathologies or problems. Among the best known puberty … Read more