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Sarah Vordermeier

Sarah Vordermeier

Online Health Editor / Health Journalist

Sarah was born into a health-oriented family in the UK, with both parents working as immunologists. It was then only natural that she became a sports enthusiast at a young age – she has even worked at major international sporting events. Later, after becoming lactose-intolerant as an adult, nutrition and diet then also transitioned into a crucial everyday topic of interest. Experience in translation, proofreading, content management and research means that she brings along many insights to her role as Health Editor for the UK, Irish and US markets at cerascreen.

Articles by Sarah Vordermeier
 How can I strengthen my immune system?

How can I strengthen my immune system?

Immune system health is never taken for granted – in fact, in the current climate, immunity and health are arguably more crucial than before. Our immune sys...

 What are hormones: what do they do?

What are hormones: what do they do?

  What are hormones? Hormones are not just any messenger substances – they have a significant influence on both our mental and physical health. Without furt...

 Sexual health: what are the signs of an STI?

Sexual health: what are the signs of an STI?

What is an STI? Sexually transmitted infections are considered a topic of taboo that is rarely discussed publicly compared with other health conditions. Due...

 Vitamin D deficiency: what are the effects of low vitamin D?

Vitamin D deficiency: what are the effects of low vitamin D?

  Vitamin D deficiency – also known as vitamin D3 deficiency – affects a hefty one billion people around the world. We can only acquire enough of this esse...

 What is osteoporosis: tips for preventing bone loss

What is osteoporosis: tips for preventing bone loss

  What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis, also known as bone loss, is a disease that increases the risk of bone fractures. Parts of the body where osteoporosis ...

 Food intolerance vs allergy: do I have a food allergy?

Food intolerance vs allergy: do I have a food allergy?

  What is a food allergy, and what is a food intolerance? An allergy to food can, in the worst-case scenario, be deadly. When we talk about food intolerance...

 Broken heart syndrome: can your heart really break?

Broken heart syndrome: can your heart really break?

  The human body is made up numerous organs – each one as impressive as the next. So, why is it that the heart is most commonly associated with our emotions?...

 What does cortisol do: signs of stress

What does cortisol do: signs of stress

  What do depression, skin rashes, stomach aches and high blood pressure have in common? They can all be signs of stress. And there are many other possible ...

 Milk allergy: is it a milk allergy or lactose intolerance?

Milk allergy: is it a milk allergy or lactose intolerance?

  Milk allergy is one of the most common food allergies, especially in children. If you have a milk allergy, you should ideally switch to a milk-free diet –...

 Emotional resilience: 4 tips to improve blood sugar & stress

Emotional resilience: 4 tips to improve blood sugar & stress

  Emotional resilience refers to our ability to effectively and calmly adapt and adjust to stressful situations with a certain mindset. The good news is tha...

 Do I have a dust allergy: dust mite allergy symptoms

Do I have a dust allergy: dust mite allergy symptoms

  What are dust mites? Dust mites live in bedding, trigger allergies through house dust and can thus cause asthma. The peak breeding season for house dust mi...

 Egg allergy: is egg allergy common?

Egg allergy: is egg allergy common?

  Have you already eaten egg today? The probability is relatively high. Eggs are not only a staple ingredient in many cooking and baking recipes. They are a...

 Vitamin B12 deficiency: what is vitamin B12?

Vitamin B12 deficiency: what is vitamin B12?

  What is vitamin B12? Vitamin B12 is absolutely crucial for our cells, for blood formation, our brain and much more. Nevertheless, we often don’t notice tha...

 Iron deficiency: what are normal iron levels?

Iron deficiency: what are normal iron levels?

  Iron deficiency is considered one of the most common deficiencies in the world and is the most widespread cause of anaemia. If you discover that you have a...

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Friderike Gerlinger
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Friderike Gerlinger has always had a keen interest in science and, after obtaining her qualifications, first gained professional experience as a laborator...

Luisa Kindinger
Luisa Kindinger
Online Health Editor / Health Economist

Luisa Kindinger has always enjoyed health topics and developed an enthusiasm for researching and writing health articles during her studies through practi...

Moritz Jaax
Moritz Jaax
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