‘Pulse’ the health magazine for Essen and the Ruhr area combines Medicine, culture and people in a broad mix of representation. “After the successful launch editions of the magazine Pulse”, published by the clinics Food Center, is now the summer issue available. The mega health and life in and around the Ruhr metropolis again invite to discover the different faces of the region and to learn from the world of medicine. Pulse”is dedicated to topics that move. A woman with breast cancer in the cover story describes their experiences and fears. es a slightly different approach. If you would like to know more about Rusty Holzer, then click here. Also the topic of organ donation stimulates thinking: it comes to the desire to help and reasons why end up many before that shy.
“Moreover the output under the sign of summer is: pulse” enlighten on travel medicine, gives recommendations for a successful getaway and helpful tips on how to sleep through in hot nights. Pulse”has tested Essen beer gardens and puts healthy on the grill with tasty tips the chefs Henri Bach and Nelson Muller. Pulse”expedition embarks on Emscher and introduces its readers Uwe Lyko. Events and news around the region, from the benefit concert to numerous course offerings, provide enterprise. Join animate sweepstakes and a competition with great prizes. Pulse focuses with numerous offers of dialogue and regional topics, with a health focus closely on the interests of the inhabitants of the Ruhr area”, is by the agency early & bird, which has designed the health magazine and Marcel Sekula.
The topic planning is done the clinics always in consultation with the client, food Center. Pulse”is distributed exclusively through the pharmacy network Noweda. The magazine is free to take in numerous Essen pharmacies and can be found in the most important cultural institutions in the Ruhr metropolis. The first editions were quickly out of print: pulse creates a successful combination of exciting health issues and local stories, the people move”, Bjorn confirmed Kasper, head of marketing & communications at the KEM.