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New opening hours

Dear Patients, in relation to the current situation, we would like to inform that the opening hours will change from Monday, 30th March to Friday, 17th April.  Our Clinic will be open from 9:00 to 15:00 from Monday to Friday. Our helpline will be open from 8:00 to 16:00 (☎ 535 931 931).

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Transmission of coronavirus through food

According to EFSA’s latest recommendations (of 3/9/2020), there is no evidence of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) through food. Researchers report that in a previous epidemics associated with SARS and MERS this type of situation did not take place. At the same time, there are premises to maintain healthy consumer practices and increased caution at the production and transport stages: 🍏

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Treatment at the St. Luke’s Center in the current epidemiological situation

We continue to treat our patients while maintaining the highest safety standards and taking special precautions. Thanks to the implementation of a number of preventive measures, additional hygiene procedures and changed work organization, we bring effective help to the patients. Treatment at the St. Luke’s Center in the current epidemiological situation We check patients’ health Health verification is mandatory and

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Eat better – homemade bread

Instead of going out to the store, take a moment and prepare your own homemade bread. Check our recipes! Oat bread without yeast Mix together oatmeal, seeds, salt and soda. Then add sugar-free natural yogurt or its vegan alternative (sugar-free coconut yogurt) and a teaspoon of honey. Mix thoroughly with a spoon (the dough will be very dense) and transfer to

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Zinc and COVID-19 infection

For some time, conflicting information has been circulating in the media: on the one hand, that zinc helps, on the other hand, that zinc supplementation during the infection period is pointless. A few days ago in Poland the drug – chloroquine has been registered. Effective mechanism of this drug is based on transporting the zinc ions inside the cell. The

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We are here, for you

Dear Patients, in relation to the current situation, we remain at your disposal.  For the safety of us all, we encourage you to have consultations online with our dietitian and doctors. If you have any questions, please contact us: ☎ 535 931 931 📨 info@swietylukasz.pl, medical@swietylukasz.pl, rejestracja@swietylukasz.pl We would also like to inform that the opening hours of the Center

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Coronavirus – announcement for Patients

Dear Patients, In connection with the current situation, we would like to inform you that our Center is open, however work is carried out under severe sanitary conditions. First-time patients, before coming to our Center, please contact our Patient Service Team, who will propose the best and, above all, the safest solution. For the sake of your safety, we encourage

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Phage test: new method of infections diagnostic

Phage test: a breakthrough method for detecting intracellular bacteria and responding to undiagnosed sick people. The most sensitive test on the market to detect a variety of Borrelia strains (including Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato, Borrelia miyamotoi and Borrelia strains responsible for recurrent fever). It is effective for both early detection and diagnosis of chronic cases. Problems with existing diagnostics:

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Christmas announcement

Dear Patients, Please be informed that during the holiday season our Center will operate  according to the following schedule: December 24thr, 10:00-14:00 December 25th-26th, closed December 31st , 8:00-18:00 January 1st, closed January 6th, closed In case of any questions please contact registration office: 535 931 931 or rejestracja@swietylukasz.pl

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Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week

Every year on December we observe Crohn’s and Colitis Awareness Week. Both Crohn’s and Colitis are main forms of inflammatory bowel diseases, and are characterized by chronic inflammation of the digestive tract. There are a few key differences between the two, though. 🔹 Crohn’s disease causes inflammation in the digestive tract, which leads to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, unexplainable weight

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