Dermatology

The Benefits of Banana Skin

Bananas are a fruit rich in Vitamin A, B, C, K and J – as well as other beneficial minerals. Although you’re well aware of how tasty bananas are, you’re probably didn’t know that their skin is just as valuable. These are some of the benefits of its use: 1. Used as a face...

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Health & Wellness Enero 2017

In The Health & Wellness you will find the best doctors of Antigua and Guatemala City. Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready in a few seconds. “>”>

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Radiestesia, Nutrition and Health

The word radiestesia is derived from the Latin radius (which means ‘ray’ or ‘beam’) and the Greek ‘aisthanomai’ (which means ‘to feel’). Radiestesia is – therefore – sensitivity to rays. People have known about radiestesia for over 4,500 years. It is also known as rabdomancy or dowsing. To find the origins of the practice...

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Diamond-Tipped Microdermabrasion

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, aging skin cells produce excessive amounts of free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules). Under ideal circumstances, free radicals are removed by natural antioxidants in the cells, but older cells have fewer reserves of antioxidants, which allows free radicals to remain in the skin. Free radicals damage the skin’s...

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Dr. Luis Pedro Mena Wer

Dr. Luis Pedro Mena Wer studied medicine at Universidad Francisco Marroquín and dermatology at INDERMA (The Institute of Dermatology and Skin Surgery), and trained in cosmetic dermatology and lasers at the Forever Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. He treats all skin, nail and hair diseases, including skin cancer, varicose veins, allergies, acne, and fungal, bacterial and viral...

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