A rare disease can be hard to diagnose. In Good Shape spoke with Professor Heiko Krude of Berlin's Charité hospital about diagnosing and treating rare diseases. Also: hunting everyday germs, AND: lightless enlightenment -- with darkness yoga.
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Heptatitis is inflammation of the liver which can lead to life-threatening liver cell damage. In Good Shape talks to a liver specialist about what causes the illness, and what can be done to prevent it. We also take a look at the practice of freezing unwanted body fat away - who is it good for and how does it work? And we learn about the skin disease rosacea - what can be done to treat it?