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Resveratrol: Muscle power thanks to grape juice? – Spectrum of science

Gravity is lower in space and on Mars than on earth. That's what makes the astronauts' muscles shrink – and those in rats, as a research group around Marie Mortreux from Harvard Medical School were observed. In the laboratory, the researchers exposed rats to the usual Mars gravity. For some of the rodents they also gave Resveratrol – a substance …

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Robot arm controlled by muscle signals successfully implanted in humans

Advanced prosthetics: Welcome to the future "We are Borg. They will be equated!" Someone familiar with Star Trek or similar science fiction stories knows that man-machine hybrid creatures are a popular theme of the genre. That such a thing is also possible in practice was recently demonstrated by an international research group. They successfully implanted robotic arms as prostheses to …

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Broken heart syndrome directly related to cancer

Has broken heart syndrome increased the risk of cancer? Researchers have now found that one in six people with so-called Broken Heart syndrome has cancer. This suggested a strong link between heart disease and cancer. A new study by the University of Zurich found that there is a link between Broken Heart Syndrome and cancer. The results were published in …

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These three steps save lives

A person suddenly becomes unconscious or collapses: Each year, about 60,000 people die in Germany of sudden cardiac death. A large part of them could be saved. But for fear of doing something wrong, many hesitate or do nothing. This is the biggest mistake. According to the German Heart Foundation, more than 60,000 people die each year of sudden heart …

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Ice cream is often burdened with bacteria

In the summer, an ice cream tastes particularly good – unfortunately there are too many bacteria sometimes. © iStock.com/Maria Dorota Do. July 18, 2019 Especially in the summer, the ice is very popular among young and old. The state control office Rhineland-Palatinate (LUA) has therefore reviewed more than 1000 samples of ice cream from ice cream parlors, pastry shops and …

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Broken-Heart syndrome is directly connected to cancerous disorders

Improving the Broken Heart Syndrome The Risk of Cancer Repelling Disorders Repeated That One of Six People with a so-called Broken Heart Syndrome is recognized by Cancer. This pervades a strong connection between recurrence and crushing. At the present examination of the University of Zurich, a connection between the Broken-Heart Syndrome and cancer is broken. The results published in the …

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Alzheimer's: The new test is expected to detect the disease artery before the start

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What number of steps per day do you protect against Alzheimer's?

Exercise and its effect on brain health There has been much evidence that exercise can protect against the development of Alzheimer's. Researchers have now found that when people walk 8,900 steps a day, it has a positive effect on brain health in old age, protects them from cognitive decline and reduces the risk of Alzheimer's. Highly acclaimed Harvard Medical School …

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Can you protect yourself from Alzheimer's? 5 Tips Against Mental Disintegration | Health City Berlin

Alzheimer's is one of the diseases the Germans are most afraid of. Unfortunately, there is no one hundred percent protection. But everyone can reduce the risk. Alzheimer's is primarily a disease of advanced age. While only three to four percent of 70- to 75-year-olds are affected, more than 30 percent of over 90's suffer from Alzheimer's disease. Genes play a …

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