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How many cups a day are still healthy?

Coffee is the Germans favorite drink. According to studies, 162 liters of coffee per person per year is consumed in Germany. This means that coffee – regardless of gender, age or residence – is a leader in per capita consumption. From how many cups is coffee consumption harmful? Researchers have now discovered how much coffee should be consumed a day …

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Cheese consumption can protect blood vessels from damage due to high salt intake

Consumption of cheese can compensate for damage to blood vessels through salt consumption Cheetahs can look forward to it. According to a Pennsylvania State University study, antioxidants naturally present in cheese can help protect blood vessels from damage from high levels of salt in food. Cheese consumption obviously compensates for damage to the blood vessels from the salt product. As …

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German scientists discover new pathogens

New influenza virus discovered: Freiburg University Hospital by Friedrich Lffler Institute and US Colorado State University and Kansas State University recently completed a new Influenza virus with high adaptability detected in bats According to a press release from Freiburg University Hospital, the researchers found the new virus in the study of bats. It is particularly striking that the influenza virus …

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In dispelling this delicacy, it becomes life-threatening for you

Deadly parasite – Researchers discover life-threatening rat lungworm in Mallorca: Biologists have discovered a worm in the Balearic Islands of Mallorca that can be put at risk to humans. The so-called rat lungworm is considered as a possible trigger for corneal inflammation. In some cases, humans can also fall asleep or die of the infection, even die. have looked for …

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German scientists discover new pathogens

New influenza virus discovered: Freiburg University Hospital by Friedrich Lffler Institute and US Colorado State University and Kansas State University recently completed a new Influenza virus with high adaptability detected in bats According to a press release from Freiburg University Hospital, the researchers found the new virus in the study of bats. It is particularly striking that the influenza virus …

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Dementia risk increased by untreated hearing loss

If hearing loss is not treated, the risk of dementia increases Approximately 46 million people worldwide are currently suffering from dementia. According to current forecasts, the number of people with dementia in Germany will rise to about 3 million by 2050. On September 21, Alzheimer's communities and self-help groups will discuss dementia with information on how people affected and their …

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Stroke rehab: relaxation therapy better than endurance training

Important rehabilitation after stroke: relaxation or treadmill? Every year, about 270,000 blows occur in Germany. Affected patients must be immediately brought to the hospital for emergency treatment. Thereafter, in most cases, rehabilitation is required. But what kind of rehabilitation has better chances of success? This question has now occupied German scientists. Worldwide, ten million people suffer a stroke each year. …

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This deadly virus can spread all over the world in a matter of hours

Flight is considered to be particularly safe: however, this is not true in terms of the risk of infection. © picture alliance / dpa / Christian Charisius In a short time, a new virus should make the entire world population sick. According to experts, millions of people can suffer – that's how you protect yourself. If you read the report …

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Can old medicines conquer heart disease?

Against neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's medicine may do little. Now, researchers are making an interesting observation: men who take a certain prostate drug seem less likely to develop Parkinson's. Nicola von Lutterotti 21.9.2019, 05:30 A Parkinson patient holds his shaking hand to stabilize her. (Photo: Imago) First described in 1817, Parkinson's disease is still poorly treated. Some of their …

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