Heart Diseases – Risk Factors & Alarming Signs


You don’t have to suffer from Heart attack to keep a track of your “Heart Health Profile”. We owe this to ourselves to be self-aware of heart attack risks. You are never too young to start a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle. Every individual is at risk but the probability increases with some obvious factors.

Obvious Risk Factors

  • Smoking
  • High blood pressure or Cholesterol level,
  • Overweight
  • Unhealthy Diet
  • Lack of Exercise/ Physical Activity

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Fight against Cancer- 3 Factors to Follow



We all have heard the Term “Prevention is better than cure.” Be it cancer or any other disease, our first priority should be to adopt the lifestyle which is pure, healthy and energetic. Cancer has been destroying the human race for ages. Despite advanced Cancer treatment techniques, we haven’t still totally overcome the disease. Once you are trapped, it’s not easy to fight for your life. You have to be strong, a fighter and be very patient.

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Cancer Treatment


Cardiovascular disease are the leading cause of death in the world. In second place, it’s cancer. One third of the world population will develop a form of cancer during their lifetimes. Today, millions of patients can extend their life thanks to early identification and successful treatment.


In the past, some believed cancer was caused by chronic irritation, trauma or even parasites. Today, we know that cancer develops when normal cells in a particular part of the body begin to grow out of control. There are a lot of different types of cancers; some continue to grow, divide and re-divide instead of dying. Some travel to other parts of the body through blood circulation, lymph vessels,…


There are different ways to battle cancer in present-day.
Ancient surgeons knew that cancer would usually come back after it was removed. Today, with the technologies like ultrasound and CT scans, finding these cancers are easier and combining surgery with chemotherapy for example, have proven to be a popular and somewhat successful way of battling cancer.





This infographic shows only some ways of treating cancer. If you were to receive the bad news that you have been diagnosed, be sure to do your research and remember that modern medicine have proven to work numerous times.




Clinical Research Associate (CRA) Job Market Gap in Belgium

Today, in life sciences the search for CRAs with (relevant) experience is far-reaching. We noticed, however, it is not always easy to find experienced profiles. We tackled this issue by doing a little study and uncovering what’s happening in today’s market.


In the chart below, the average required experience for CRA jobs is indicated with the green line. (If a range of experience is asked, e.g. 1 to 5 years of experience, we averaged the range, e.g. 3 years in this particular case). The same was done for today’s (average) CRA experience; here indicated with the blue line.


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