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Author:             Alfred Mayer                     from Hartberg-Fürstenfeld                  The AIDS-assisted Styria wants to "erase" it in Hartberg-Fürstenfeld. In the Styria, there are about 50 people annually diagnosed with an HIV infection. To re-establish awareness of HIV and AIDS, the AIDS aid steer under the motto "I want to erase it!" From November 11 to December 2 through the Hartberg-Fürstenfeld district. Just a …

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Engineer training rehabilitation robots –

Armin stands directly on the window front of the open-plan office. This robust, silver silver machine with its long, articulated gripper arm looks like it came from a factory hall for car assembly. But it is located in a research building on several floors opposite Inselspital Bern. "This is our therapy robot," says Laura Marchal-Crespo, striking her arm through the …

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Supplements can reduce childhood mortality – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist portal

Vitamin and mineral supplements reduce childhood mortality More than half of all child deaths worldwide are due to preventive causes, such as negative effects of malnutrition. A new study has found that infant mortality is significantly reduced when children are given supplements that contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. The study, conducted by researchers at the …

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Loneliness as a Risk Factor for Premature Death – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Treatment Fachportal

Alone people die earlier? Loneliness increases the risk of premature death in men and women with heart problems. This suggests that loneliness is not only a serious risk for various health effects but can also lead to premature death. The current study from Copenhagen University Hospital found that loneliness in people with heart disease was at risk of premature death. …

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The Engineering Rehabilitation Robot

"We improve the ability to move by amplifying the errors," the engineer says. This sounds strange. But if a stroke patient, for example, wants to grab something but not do it exactly, the rehabilitation robot reinforces this inaccuracy by creating a little resistance. In this way, the patient must work harder. The learning algorithm developed by Marchal-Crespo independently determines which …

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Sleep disorders increase the risk of heart disease

Everyone knows him: This moment, when the long-awaited sleep simply will not come. While most of them compensate for the failure by going to bed early the next day to recover, about one-third of all people suffer from chronic insomnia. A large-scale Chinese study with almost half a million participants published in the journal "Neurology" has now shown that these …

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Body weight controlled by brains – Natural Medicine & Natural Medicine Specialized Portal

metabolism research for the last 20 years Recent findings in metabolism and brain research draw an ever-clearer picture of what influences the body weight is being controlled. Indeed, many factors appear to play a role, such as the number of calories taken into account. A largely unknown influence on weight is the brain itself, which was a renowned metabolic researcher …

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Household work protects against bone fractures – according to survey – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Treatment Fachportal

Prevention of homework and walking fractures? According to a recent study, when women undergo light physical activity, such as whipping or drying, their overall risk of cracks decreases. After menopause, such activities especially protect from hip fractures. Buffalo's latest study at the State University of New York found that simple housework can protect women from cracks. The results of the …

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Lack of sleep associated with increased risk of stroke and heart attack – Naturopathy & Naturopathic Specialist portal

Lack of sleep can contribute to life-threatening illnesses Insomnia increases the risk of ischemic heart disease and stroke in humans. This underlines the importance of adequate sleep for our health. The latest study at Beijing University of China has found that signs of insomnia are associated with higher rates of cerebrovascular and cardiovascular disease, especially among younger and older people. …

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