Dr. Daniel Spindler, Director of Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Services, has been responsible for the Siemens Finance and Accounting Shared Service Center in Brussels since 1st May, 2009. He first joined Siemens in 1994. His areas of responsibility covered various Controlling functions for Industry in Regensburg as well as for Global Procurement and Logistics in Munich. Two stays abroad in China and Canada enabled intercultural experience. In 2004 he was granted a doctorate by the University...
Healthcare is an important issue for everyone. How we take care of our body throughout our life makes a big difference in the way we age and the diseases we may suffer.
Every one of us has cancer cells in our body. If we choose the right foods, we can avoid from this disease. Cancer cell thrives on a high-sugar and acidic environment. Hence, you should stay away from these foods.
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Located right in the heart of the European Union, Belgium is lucky enough to boast a highly sophisticated healthcare system. All citizens are covered for medical procedures under a national scheme. Capacity in the system is excellent and waiting lists virtually non-existent.
The Senlis Council has an idea for dealing with the vast quantity of poppies grown in Afghanistan: buy it, of course.
Before I discuss some Graves' Disease diet tips that can help restore your health back to normal, let me first tell you that not only am I a licensed healthcare professional, but I was personally diagnosed with Graves' Disease. And nutrition definitely played a huge role in restoring my health back to normal. I will warn you that being a holistic doctor I am biased towards natural treatment methods, so while most endocrinologists label Graves''...
The Middle East has always been an expat hotspot and has become more so over the last decade as cities have sprung up amongst the sand swept deserts of the UAE, Bahrain and Qatar. As an expat which cities have a high cost of living, which rank low and what hardships are there to face in these regions?