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Lavender oil can trigger abnormal breast growth in girls

Young Girls Should Avoid Contact With Lavender Oil Exposure to lavender can trigger abnormal breast growth in young girls. Parents should consider in their children that they do not come into contact with lavender and tea tree oils. The current study at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine found that lavender oil in young girls can cause abnormal breast growth. …

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Dick by sleeping in the light: studying with frightening results

Sleeping in the light, like watching TV, is not healthy. It is known. But a study on women has now investigated whether artificial light at sleep can actually lead to weight gain. Researchers at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina have now published in a journal JAMA Internal Medicine Studies with women found that artificial light can make you fat …

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New body discovered for feeling pain

How do we feel pain? Researchers have now identified a new organ involved in the pain experience. This can lead to the development of effective new painkillers. The present study by the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm has found that special cells in the outer skin layer are involved in the perception of pain. The results of the study have been …

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Study: Social Media Could Damage Health

Frequently on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn or other social networking posts, have commented, commented or liked less time for other comments. This can be a good idea for young people, especially for the psychic and the physical, as well as for the physical health, researchers from London have found out. A high degree of social media utilization often leads them to …

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With these measures, you can lower your stroke risk

About one quarter million people annually suffer a stroke in Germany. Read the risk of getting sick with a couple of behavioral changes. An stroke, also called apoplex or brain insult, annually causes about 270,000 people in Germany – many die in cardiovascular disease. Lowering personal stroke risk lowers you with a healthy lifestyle. In a stroke, it results in …

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New cryptominer identified and tips on how to protect yourself |

Varonis Systems security researchers have identified a new high-performance XMRig-based cryptominer that points to Monero. "Norman" uses various techniques to remain unknown. […] Varoni's security researchers identify new cryptomines and a mysterious web shell. Cryptominer "Norman" hides from Task Manager. (c) Joachim_Roy / Fotolia As part of an evaluation of Varonis's data protection platform at a medium-sized enterprise, several network-related …

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Reversible brain cell aging process

Breakthrough in Understanding the Aging Process Told Research has now succeeded in reversing the aging process of brain cells in mice. These findings have far-reaching implications for who understands the aging process and who may be able to develop urgently needed therapies for age-related brain disorders. Strain cells into the brain of mice. The results of the study were published …

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Woman had to be amputated with both hands and legs

Woman loses infection by dog's hands and legs A woman in the United States had to be amputated with both hands and legs after an infection with a dangerous bacterium. She has obviously been infected by the mirror in your dogs. The irritant detected in the patient can also have life-threatening consequences. Infection by Speichel in your pet A woman …

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Monitor and measure blood pressure effectively with selfie video

Monitor blood pressure via cell phone Many people make short videos and selfies, for example to illustrate their daily routine on social media. Researchers have now found that selfie videos can also be used to effectively monitor blood pressure. The University of Toronto's recent study found that it is possible to use short selfie videos to monitor blood pressure. The …

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Tau proteins destroy important brain regions early Alertness: daytime sleepiness as a harbinger? – Scinexx

Drowsiness as a warning sign: Pronounced sleepiness in the day may be the sign of incipient Alzheimer's disease. As one study suggests, even in the early stages of dementia, important areas of the brain are attacked for vigilance. Thus, accumulations of malformed tau proteins lead to massive cell loss in these wax centers. However, the typical Alzheimer's beta-amyloid plaque does …

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