The Berlin neurologist tells us why there is still no cure for the autoimmune disorder, and how patients can be helped nonetheless.
Our studio guest Dr. Lutz Harms
Prof. Dr. Lutz Harms
Department of Neurology
D - 10117 Berlin
People with bad vision tend to go to the ophthalmologist, but their actual problems may lie somewhere else. Ophthalmologists are able to recognize other illnesses through the eyes.
Sometimes heart troubles can be triggered by emotions and stress. Nonetheless, the Berlin-based cardiologist says shouldn't be taken lightly.
The eye specialist reviews the warning signs for a retinal detachment or a retinal vein occlusion and what can be done about them.
The sports scientist from Berlin explains how relaxing exercise can be if you choose the right methods.
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