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Today is Rare Disease Day (February 29, 2020)

2020-02-27 09:54:57
Having a disease or living with a disease is never easy, however living with a rare disease is even harder. In the world more than 300 million people live with a rare disease, which means that in Hungary almost 600.000 people live with some rare disease.
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Coronavirus Outbreak

2020-01-27 08:42:42
A new strain of coronavirus (CoV) has been identified in January 2019 in Wuhan, the capital city of Central China’s Hubei region, roughly a thousand kilometres South of Beijing and 700 kilometres West of the port of Shanghai. Although the virus causes a mild respiratory infection, in some cases the patients developed severe pneumonia as a complication.
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Flu Vaccination Decreases the Risk of Heart Attack

2020-01-09 14:03:07
What with the twinkling lights, there is a dark side to the festive season: influenza. The flu season officially starts in the middle of October in Hungary. It is wise to vaccinate in advance not only to avoid the debilitating viral infection that often knocks one out for weeks but also to garner some unexpected long-term health benefits. It was found that the flu jab may decrease the risk of heart attack!  
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Congratulations to our Medical Director for his Academy Membership!

2020-01-09 13:55:56
It is our privilege to announce that our Medical Director, Prof. Dr. László Hangody, has been elected a full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, honouring his outstanding work in the medical field while acting as an associate fellow of the same institute. The holder of many awards, including the prestigious Széchenyi Prize, Professor Hangody has been at the helm of our hospital as Medical Director since May 2016. His fellowship is a great honour for our entire staff. We wish him all the best to carry on his amazing work!  
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Fight the Flu

2020-01-09 13:49:12
Stunning autumn colours are gone, now you get the downside of the changing seasons: the lethargy, fever and muscle pain that signal the advent of influenza. To catch the nasty virus all you need is direct contact with an infected surface (touching a light switch, doorknob or the handrail on the tube) and transferring the pathogens to your mouth or nose. Get the better of flu this year with a jab! Get vaccinated!  
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Successful Recovery

2020-01-09 13:42:45
Two more patients benefit from innovative spine surgery as Dr. Rose Private Hospital and OKITI continue cooperation. Dr. Rose Private Hospital and the Hungarian National Institute of Neuroscience (OKITI) have been successfully cooperating to pool their medical resources. As a token of their combined effort, two patients were treated with endoscopic surgery in early October this year. This time the innovative medical procedure, which is practised only in a handful institutions around the world, was presented to a wider professional audience.
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Premium Medicals for Little Ones

2019-07-23 09:51:02
A visit to the doctor with your child is surely the last item on your wish list. The parents are worried and the children are scared. Dr. Viktória Bognár, paediatrician at Dr. Rose Private Hospital believes that a consultation doesn’t have to be a frightening experience for the kids. Premium paediatric care has its benefits for the little ones.
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From Family Planning to Childbirth

2019-05-06 14:28:10
The arrival of a newborn baby is possibly the most exhilarating event in the life of a family: we are all hyped up, expectant, elated and perhaps a bit antsy, crossing fingers that everything will go smoothly. At Dr. Rose Private Hospital we provide everything for your journey into parenthood: expert physicians, cutting edge medical equipment, comfortable delivery rooms and inpatient suits of the highest standard are at your disposal, making the time of family planning, pregnancy and childbirth a memorable experience.
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A Unique Solution to Osteoarthritis

2019-05-06 14:10:48
The cause of degenerative joint disease could be genetic, the result of increased physical exertion over time, or some traumatic injury. Pain and limited movement sometimes make everyday tasks a challenge. Good news is: the latest surgical procedures may help relieve the pain and effectively restore the cartilages.
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Parkinson’s 101

2019-04-02 08:49:27
Shaking hands are most often associated with this progressive nervous system disorder, although only about two third of Parkinson’s sufferers develop noticeable tremor in the hand, and a series of symptoms may indicate other degenerative diseases. Here’s what you need to know about Parkinson’s disease.
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Allergy stop

2019-03-21 14:22:38
It has started! Spring is in the air, and with it: a swarm of pollen from freshly budding trees and shrubs. Seasoned hay fever sufferers are well-armed with remedies and antidotes to mitigate the sniffy symptoms right from the onset. Not your problem? Lucky you, but bear in mind that allergy can appear out of the blue, at any age, even if it has never plagued you. Watch out for symptoms that resemble the common cold, as they may be caused by the overreaction of the immune system.
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Eating Healthy During Christmas

2019-01-03 12:37:25
You can barely look at the cornucopia of food on the table, your plate is still half full and there’s more coming, while dessert is not even in sight.  Sounds familiar? Indigestion and the unwanted extra padding on your waistline seem to be the inevitable gifts of the festive season. How to break the spell – or curse, more like it – with high-calorie traditional dishes on the menu in most every Hungarian household? Well, the angel might be in the details: swapping a few ingredients for healthy options and avoiding notoriously harmful cooking methods will do the trick, and leave you with sumptuously nutritious dishes and no guilt at all.
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Fight the Flu with a Jab

2018-11-14 11:39:44
Stunning autumn colours are gone, now you get the downside of the changing seasons: the lethargy, fever and muscle pain that signal the advent of influenza. To catch the nasty virus all you need is direct contact with an infected surface (touching a light switch, doorknob or the handrail on the tube) and transferring the pathogens to your mouth or nose. Get the better of flu this year with a jab! Get vaccinated!
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Fit in the Office

2018-11-13 14:29:34
Sedentary work, especially desk jobs that require long hours by the computer, take their toll and pose considerable health risks. It is easy to get immersed in a project – poring over spreadsheets, writing e-mails, browsing and taking notes – and not even notice that our body is slumped in a chair in the same awkward position for hours. We only register the pain that eventually snaps us out of the stupor. Consciously arranging the work environment, checking our posture and doing a few easy exercises daily could make a world of a difference.
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Innovation in Intim Area Reconstruction

2018-11-13 14:24:43
Most women may have heard about the importance of strengthening the perineal muscle, especially during pregnancy and after childbirth. Involuntary urine loss and incontinence, on the other hand, which affects the majority of women at one point in their lives, are often taboo. Sometimes even Kegel exercises are ineffective to tackle the problem – that’s when intim area reconstruction comes to the rescue.
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