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One night stand? Stop overthinking – make sure you are risk free!

By Zane Umbraska 2 years ago 28152 Views No comments

Morning after you wake up and realize its not your bed, he/she is not very familiar to you and you had unprotected sex. Situation that has happened to all of us. Tinder, Grinder, Bumble, Happn etc. (internet is full with apps that match people across the world with main reason to date the right one or to have one night stand) but what happens after date

HIV self testing

By Zane Umbraska 2 years ago 1558 Views No comments

HIV self testing can detect HIV infection, but it can’t tell how long a person has been infected with HIV or if the person has AIDS. Knowing your HIV status can help keep you—and others—safe.

Selfdiagnostics receive funding from government-established Archimedes Foundation

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 3853 Views No comments

Archimedes Foundation decided to grant Selfdiagnostics €1.6M for developing a unique diagnostics platform that enables faster and more precise testing of infectious diseases at home.

Selfdiagnostics’ Horizon 2020 project rated as success by European Commission experts!

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 2383 Views No comments

Selfdiagnostics’ work within the frames of Horizon 2020 project was evaluated by European Commission experts, click read more to find out.

Selfdiagnostics’ technology acknowledged by FIND as one of the key solutions in fighting tuberculosis.

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 4556 Views No comments

FIND, a co-op partner of the World Health Organization, has included Selfdiagnostics in their 2017-2020 project pipeline for tuberculosis diagnostics. Selfdiagnostics is one of the TOP 20 projects in the Sputum-based and drug susceptibility testing area that was given this priority status.

Why You Should Frequently Take A Haemoglobin Test

By 4 years ago 11297 Views No comments

Haemoglobin in red blood cells carry oxygen from your lungs to your body's tissues. Taking a haemoglobin test ensures that you are aware of any abnormalities in your haemoglobin levels. Because abnormal haemoglobin levels can disrupt the shape of red blood cells and impede their function and flow through your blood vessels.

How Do I Know I'm in Menopause?

By 4 years ago 6337 Views No comments

How can you tell if you're nearing menopause, or are already past it? Is there a simple hormone home menopause test to determine menopausal symptoms?

Helping Your Child To Use A Nebuliser

By 4 years ago 7730 Views No comments

Nebulisation can seem daunting for many parents who need to medicate their children. But using an nebuliser or inhaler should not be a scary experience for your child. Used right, it can be a quiet, fun and effective form of delivering medication through your child’s mouth.

Why Measure your Blood Pressure with a Home Blood Pressure Monitor?

By 4 years ago 4199 Views No comments

Typically, it was doctors and nurses who would measure your blood pressure. But with sharp rises in blood pressure due to obesity and cholesterol, and decreased access to health care, use of home blood pressure monitors have become an essential healthcare device.

Female Cancer Home Tests All Women Should Know About

By 4 years ago 4586 Views No comments

It’s time to encourage the women in your life to get up to date on female cancer home tests rather than seeking the answers on Google.

Posts tagged 'home testing'

One night stand? Stop overthinking – make sure you are risk free!

By Zane Umbraska 2 years ago 28152 Views No comments

Morning after you wake up and realize its not your bed, he/she is not very familiar to you and you had unprotected sex. Situation that has happened to all of us. Tinder, Grinder, Bumble, Happn etc. (internet is full with apps that match people across the world with main reason to date the right one or to have one night stand) but what happens after date

HIV self testing

By Zane Umbraska 2 years ago 1558 Views No comments

HIV self testing can detect HIV infection, but it can’t tell how long a person has been infected with HIV or if the person has AIDS. Knowing your HIV status can help keep you—and others—safe.

Selfdiagnostics receive funding from government-established Archimedes Foundation

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 3853 Views No comments

Archimedes Foundation decided to grant Selfdiagnostics €1.6M for developing a unique diagnostics platform that enables faster and more precise testing of infectious diseases at home.

Selfdiagnostics’ Horizon 2020 project rated as success by European Commission experts!

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 2383 Views No comments

Selfdiagnostics’ work within the frames of Horizon 2020 project was evaluated by European Commission experts, click read more to find out.

Selfdiagnostics’ technology acknowledged by FIND as one of the key solutions in fighting tuberculosis.

By Marko Lehes 3 years ago 4556 Views No comments

FIND, a co-op partner of the World Health Organization, has included Selfdiagnostics in their 2017-2020 project pipeline for tuberculosis diagnostics. Selfdiagnostics is one of the TOP 20 projects in the Sputum-based and drug susceptibility testing area that was given this priority status.

Why You Should Frequently Take A Haemoglobin Test

By 4 years ago 11297 Views No comments

Haemoglobin in red blood cells carry oxygen from your lungs to your body's tissues. Taking a haemoglobin test ensures that you are aware of any abnormalities in your haemoglobin levels. Because abnormal haemoglobin levels can disrupt the shape of red blood cells and impede their function and flow through your blood vessels.

How Do I Know I'm in Menopause?

By 4 years ago 6337 Views No comments

How can you tell if you're nearing menopause, or are already past it? Is there a simple hormone home menopause test to determine menopausal symptoms?

Helping Your Child To Use A Nebuliser

By 4 years ago 7730 Views No comments

Nebulisation can seem daunting for many parents who need to medicate their children. But using an nebuliser or inhaler should not be a scary experience for your child. Used right, it can be a quiet, fun and effective form of delivering medication through your child’s mouth.

Why Measure your Blood Pressure with a Home Blood Pressure Monitor?

By 4 years ago 4199 Views No comments

Typically, it was doctors and nurses who would measure your blood pressure. But with sharp rises in blood pressure due to obesity and cholesterol, and decreased access to health care, use of home blood pressure monitors have become an essential healthcare device.

Female Cancer Home Tests All Women Should Know About

By 4 years ago 4586 Views No comments

It’s time to encourage the women in your life to get up to date on female cancer home tests rather than seeking the answers on Google.

This website has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 666852. Supported by SME Instrument
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