Tema: Trends

Vitae Health Innovation: considered one of the 3,000 innovative SMEs in Spain

According to data provided by the Ministry of Science and Innovation, Spain has 3,118 companies with the “Innovative SME” seal. This seal is a recognition that is granted to small and medium-sized companies with an innovative character. The Ministry of Science and Innovation grants this distinction in order to reward those SMEs with great activity […]

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5 tips to have glowing skin

With the arrival of spring and the first rays of sun, we should start to think about how to take care of our skin during summer months. Nowadays, we have more and more information about skin protection and not only in summer, but during the 365 days. There is no specific routine to have radiant […]

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Vitae signs an agreement for a monthly donation with the Sant Joan de Déu Hospital

With the aim of improving the lives of children and their families at a difficult time in their lives, Vitae and the Sant Joan de Déu hospital have joined forces in a collaboration that will take place on a monthly basis. The collaboration will allow different activities that thanks to collaborations like ours are made […]

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What is burnout syndrome?

From Vitae Health Innovation, we want to help you with the start of the year! As health artisans, our purpose this year is to continue offering solutions to your daily problems. After going back to routine, stress and mental fatigue can appear. Therefore,  we are going to talk about the term burnout in this article […]

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How to treat food intolerances?

Lately, we find ourselves in a world in which food intolerances and allergies have become very frequent. It is estimated that more than 10% of the population is sensitive to gluten and more than 90% are undiagnosed. Regarding lactose, between 19% and 28% present lactose intolerance. But, let’s start at the beginning, what are food […]

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Covid-19 pandemic may facilitate overall microbial loss

Multiple microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi…) inhabit the human body, forming our microbiome. This microbiome is critical to our health, and its diversity has been declining for decades due to our urban way of life, antibiotic use, and excessive hygiene. The Covid-19 pandemic could be fueling this decline. A group of researchers from the University of […]

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