Amparo Miralles Lobato

M.D. from Stanford Medicine, M.D. from the University of Cambridge. Ph.D. from The University of Warwick. Committed to Human Health. ISI: 0000000503892961

Biotin for hair: What it is used for and Benefits

Benefits of Biotin for hair: There are some benefits that biotin brings to hair. Let's take a look at some of them

Melatonin: What is it? Side Effects and Benefits

Melatonin is a hormone that is produced naturally in our body and is basically responsible for reducing the time we need to fall asleep.

Crohn’s disease: What it is, symptoms and causes

Crohn's disease, also known as ileitis or enteritis, is a pathology that affects any part of the digestive system, causing inflammation and a lot of pain.

Multiple Sclerosis: What it is, Symptoms and Causes

Multiple sclerosis is defined as a disease that directly affects the nervous system.

Spirulina: What It’s Good For, 5 Benefits and How to Take It

Spirulina is an algae with many nutritional properties. Although there is evidence that shows that it was used hundreds of years ago

What is vitamin D and what is it for?

Vitamin D is part of the set of nutrients necessary for a healthy life, essentially it is needed to strengthen bones and keep them completely healthy.

Bicarbonate: What is it? Properties, benefits and uses

Bicarbonate is also known as sodium bicarbonate or Vichy salt. It is a chemical compound involving sodium, hydrogen, carbon and oxygen.

What is Coconut? Benefits and properties

The coconut is the fruit produced by the coconut palm, a tree belonging to the family of palms. This tropical fruit is found mainly in the coastal zones of the American and Asian continents

What is Lupus? Causes, Treatment and Symptoms

Lupus is a disease in which the immune system attacks the body's own tissues and organs, a condition called an autoimmune disease. 

Obesity: what it is, symptoms and treatment

Obesity is a metabolic disorder that can develop at any age. It is the trigger for several serious pathologies such as hypertension and diabetes.

What is Mugwort? Benefits and 5 properties

Mugwort is a tree that can reach up to two meters in height. It can be found in different continents, such as Europe, Africa and Asia.

Willow: Benefits and Properties of this plant

Do you want to know what are the healing properties of willow? In this post, we will explain everything you need to know

Aloe Vera: What it is, Properties and Practical Uses

Aloe vera, also known as aloe vera, is a shrub that is attributed with an enormous amount of medicinal properties.

Dyspnea: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatments

Dyspnea is the difficulty to breathe, especially to inhale air. The sufferer feels the lack of this important element.

What is hyaluronic acid used for?

Hyaluronic acid is a type of sugar - a polysaccharide of the glycosaminoglycan type - which is formed in many tissues and organs of the body, such as cartilage

Shingles: what it is, symptoms and causes

A clear definition of shingles is that it is a viral infection. The characteristics of this disease differ from others.

Passion fruit: benefits, properties and nutritional value

Thanks to the properties of passion fruit, it is possible to make use of this fruit to alleviate the symptoms of some ailments

Stress: Symptoms, Treatments, What it is, and Information

Stress can be separated into two categories. A person can suffer from chronic stress or acute stress.

What is vitamin C and what is it for?

In this post we will explain the benefits of vitamin C and which foods contain it.

Gastritis: what it is, symptoms, treatments and prevention

Gastritis is a disease in which the walls of the stomach become inflamed. There are two types of this disease, depending on its duration and intensity. 

Retinol: what it is, how it is used, benefits and precautions

The chemical structure of retinol was discovered in 1931, and more than a decade later, in 1947, it was synthesized in a laboratory.

Amparo Miralles Lobato

M.D. from Stanford Medicine, M.D. from the University of Cambridge. Ph.D. from The University of Warwick. Committed to Human Health. ISI: 0000000503892961