Spain is the ninth country with the highest number of smokers in the European Union

Tobacco is responsible for almost 90% of lung cancer cases. The effects of quitting smoking begin only 8 hours after the last cigarette. Smoking is an addictive, relapsing and chronic disease that affects one third of the world’s population. Dr. Esteban Calvo, a pulmonologist at the Resadur Medical Center, explains that it is the world’s … Read more

Relationship between tobacco, drugs and alcohol with fertility

Tobacco We all know that smoking is bad for our health, including smokers. It can cause cancer, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, among others. But what about fertility? Ginefiv experts explain. In the case of women, they may have problems in: Menstruation Fallopian tubes Cervix Ectopic pregnancies In addition, fertility treatments have worse results in couples … Read more

World No Tobacco Day

Smoking is a habit that was born more than 500 years ago and although society has evolved, it is still the main cause of preventable death in the world and more than 5 million people die from it every year. As Dr. Javier Galiana, a specialist in smoking and member of Top Doctors, explains: “Smoking … Read more

Fertility enhancement in men and women

Learn how to improve fertility in men and women with a few simple steps thanks to the gynecologist of the Ginefiv center of medical excellence and member of Top Doctors, Dr. Daurelio. What can couples do to improve their fertility? Couples can improve their lifestyle. We can improve our diet, enrich our diet with antioxidants, … Read more