Why did you become a doctor? Ever since I was little, I loved science, biology, and how the human body works. It’s always been clear to me that I will be a doctor. I consciously guided my studies in this direction. Why did you choose your specialty? ENT and head and neck surgery is the […]
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Why is walking so good for your body and your mind? Walking reduces stress, cheers you up, and increases self-esteem. If you’ve ever gone out for a walk after a stressful situation and come back more calm and collected, you know firsthand how walking is a positive way to cope with stressful events. As you already know, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about additional levels of stress triggers in […]
“Genetics loads the gun, but lifestyle pulls the trigger” — while genetics play an important role in determining a person’s weight, it is largely determined by what you eat and how much physical activity you do. Parents need to help their children to develop healthy habits and a love for exercise and sports. Childhood obesity […]
We are experiencing the hottest summer ever. They recorded record-breaking temperatures in June worldwide. Even though many of us long for the warm summer days during winter, this is too much for most people. Most of us are trying to find ways to cool down and not get a heat stroke. This is harder in […]
Men are notorious for avoiding the doctor and ignoring unusual symptoms. This may help explain why women tend to live longer. However, don’t let complacency take a toll on your health. International Men’s Health Week is on June 14-20, and this is a time to raise awareness of all the issues that men are facing nowadays. […]
Why did you become a doctor? It is a long story. I wanted to be an archeologist, namely an Egyptologist as an adolescent. I have realized later that it wouldn’t satisfy all the fields of my interest. The most interesting thing in the world is the human being, so I decided to be an archeologist of […]
Does the thought of your annual gynecological exam make you cringe? You’re not alone. While many women have no fear about visiting the gynecologist, other women often experience fear and anxiety just thinking about that annual visit. Most women’s idea of fun time doesn’t involve being on the receiving end of the speculum, being poked […]
As Hungary starts to reopen, there are more and more possibilities for Spring activities. Even though there are galleries that you can visit now (if you have the immunity card), I think we have to enjoy this beautiful weather outside after a year of being locked in our homes. Exercising and spending time with our […]
Why did you become a nurse? I was around six when I was sure that I want to do something that helps people feel better. I had two options, I either played with my dollhouse, redesigning the rooms every week, or played with my doctor’s set. I did not realize it at the time, but […]
As the days are getting warmer and summer is approaching, we spend more time outdoors than before. Exposure to sunlight has many benefits, but it also has many risk factors. Sunlight can trigger the brain’s release of a serotonin hormone associated with boosting our mood. It also causes a person’s skin to create Vitamin D, […]
Vaccination is the process of administration of antigenic material (a vaccine) to produce immunity to a disease. The material administered can either be live but weakened forms of pathogens (bacteria or viruses), killed or inactivated forms of these pathogens, or purified material such as proteins. Why Vaccinate? Iron lungs and braces for polio, the gasping […]
Dr. Bene has been a part of FirstMed for 12 years now. Why did you become a doctor? It wasn’t always clear that I would become a doctor. My dad is a general doctor and my mom is a nurse, so I grew up around the topic of medicine. I loved how my father was […]
1015 Budapest, District I.
Hattyú utca 14, 5th floor,
We are located close to Széll Kálmán tér and the Mammut shopping center. The clinic is easily accessible by car, tram, or metro.