Microbiologist Andreas Diefenbach talks about new findings on the crucial role the gut microbiome plays in maintaining health and causing sickness. It looks like it is implicated in a whole range of conditions and diseases.
Gynecologist Dr. Mandy Mangler treats women with cancer. She talks about the role of exercise and diet in reducing the risk of developing cancer.
Hubert Ritter performs a kind of manual therapy known as Rolfing that focuses on the fasciae. He says it is effective in treating a number of ailments.
Dr Julia Benckert talks about the different types of hepatitis, diagnosis, and chances of recovery from the illness. She's a senior physician in hepatology and gastroenterology at the Charite University Hospital in Berlin.
Professor Heiko Krude heads Berlin's Charite Hospital Center for Rare Diseases. He speaks with In Good Shape's Dr. Carsten Lekutat about the difficulties patients with rare diseases face, as well as new diagnostic techniques.
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Jalid Sehouli is a professor of gynecology and oncology at Berlin's Charite Hospital. He's a recognized expert for communication in healthcare.
Urologist Dr. Tobias Pottek explains when men with erectile difficulties should see their doctor. What are the possible causes of erectile dysfunction, and how can it be treated?
Nutritional researcher Andreas Pfeiffer of the German Institute of Human Nutrition in Potsdam-Rehbrucke talks to In Good Shape about the health risks of consuming large amounts of sugar, and explains why it's okay to eat a few pralines now and then.
PePeople worldwide consume huge amounts of sugar. Many processed foods contain so much sugar that they lead to health problems. The World Health Organization recommends consuming no more than 25 grams of sugar daily, but is that feasible?