Health Communications

As from May 2020 regular newsletters with answers on questions about Covid 19 (FAQs) are being distributed approximately monthly. They are distributed through the FDIME website, Mailchimp and Facebook. They are specifically meant to serve the interested lay people. In the future other subjects will also be covered by the editorial team.
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Metabolically healthy obesity (MHO)

Metabolically healthy obesity (MHO)

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Sepsis

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Nurse injects patient with Covid-19 vaccine

Should we take a covid-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine and if so can we take them together? Yes!

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Plastic in ocean

The success story of plastic – but what is the price?

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Vitamins supplementation in healthy people

Vitamins supplementation in healthy people

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Anemia is a major but treatable global health problem

Anemia is a major but treatable global health problem

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What are endocrine disruptors and why you should know

What are endocrine disruptors and why you should know

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ECIM-2023-3

FDIME activities during ECIM 2023, 15 -18 March in Athens

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Alcohol

Alcohol

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Should sodium glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors (SGLT2-i) be the first choice in the treatment of diabetes type 2?

Should sodium glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors (SGLT2-i) be the first choice in the treatment of diabetes type 2?

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Benefits of inefficient walking: Monty Python-inspired experimental study

Benefits of inefficient walking: Monty Python-inspired experimental study

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Statins rarely cause muscle pain

Statins rarely cause muscle pain

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Nonfasting vs fasting lipid testing

Nonfasting vs fasting lipid testing

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Black tea might be good for your health!

Black tea might be good for your health!

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Physicians’ responsibility toward environmental degradation and climate change

Physicians’ responsibility toward environmental degradation and climate change: A position paper of the European Federation of Internal Medicine

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Why Iodine is important for you and your thyroid

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Cardiac artery disease

Too much is never good: how the “healthy” HDL-cholesterol (HDL-c) can turn into a bad risk

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Coffee

Moderate coffee intake is associated with lower mortality regardless of whether sugar is added

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Loss of appetite after major abdominal surgery; the best therapy is…..chewing gum!

Loss of appetite after major abdominal surgery; the best therapy is chewing gum!

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COVID-19

Coronavirus Update FAQ 14

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Association between sleep duration and cognitive decline

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Steps per day and all-cause mortality in middle-aged adults

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Coronavirus Update FAQ 13

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Cycling for health

Cycling for health

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Coronavirus Update FAQ 12

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Coronavirus Update FAQ 11

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Internists

Did you know? (what are internists and what are they actually doing)

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Myths about Covid

Myths about Covid

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Sitting can elevate your blood sugar levels, so get up and move

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Coffee

Coffee is good for fatty liver disease

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COVID-19

Coronavirus Update FAQ 10

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 9

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Dance of the porcupines: A view into the rapid development of covid-19 vaccines from around the world

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 8

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 7

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 6

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 5

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 4

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 3

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 2

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CORONAVIRUS – the FAQs 1

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