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The Monarch Butterfly Secret | Basler newspaper

Actually, the orange and black-drawn monarch butterflies are mainly known as long-haul aircraft. Every summer, they move to millions of North America to spend the winter in warmer areas of Mexico. To deal with this, they fly eighty miles a day for several weeks each day. But the sensitive, colorful creatures are not as innocent as they appear at first …

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New study reveals frightening sums

Franken Food food: Can vitamin deficiency be compared to tablets?          Elevated mortality and lack of vitamin D are related in one relationship . Parallels could be found especially in humans in the young and middle ages. It is also shocking that vitamin D deficiency could have been associated with deaths in particular with diabetes. Study on Deficiency in Vitamin …

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Cancer: Rare lymphomas at a glance

Lymphoma can develop extremely rare forms Our lymphatic system is distributed throughout the body. It consists of lymphatic organs such as tonsils (tonsils), spleen and lymph nodes as well as lymphatics in which fluids in tissues (lymph) are transported. Among other things, the lymphatic system also forms the white blood cells (lymphocytes). When they grow and degenerate in an uncontrolled …

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Nephrologists' Congress: Medium Diet as a Kidney Protector too!

Newspaper online, 11.10.2019 Thanks for Your Assessment Nephrologists' Congress In balanced and full nutrition, the likelihood of developing a renal insufficiency is significantly reduced [1965900]. "Give Eight to Your Kidneys!" – With this slogan, the German Society of Nephrology (DGfN) has been working for eight important measures for the protection of the kidney for years. The eight recommendations read: Keep …

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Risk of chronic kidney disease in healthy diet greatly reduced?

"Give Eight to Your Kidney" – With this slogan, the German Society of Nephrology (DGfN) has been working for eight important measures to protect the kidney for years. The value of the rule no. 4 "Feed yourself healthy!" will be strengthened by a current study. Evidently, the diet had a high influence on the nutritional health. Australian researchers recognize 30 …

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Grain salad often loaded with germs | NDR.de – Ratgeber

Location: 11.10.2019 14:49 Uhr by Jessica Ostermünchner Enlarge image Even at optimal cooling, a ready-to-eat salad holds a maximum of three days. When buying a ready-to-eat salad, it saves time for the cutting of the mixture and for the preparation of the salad dressing. Packed salads, for example with tomatoes, egg and ham, are also available in many bakeries and …

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Duck or rabbit? Was this picture puzzle over you

New Image Puzzle Newly Discovered Well, were you on this drawing? A hat? Or does a duck with a slightly open beak? This image puzzle appeared in 1892 in a German newspaper and was then made famous by the famous psychologist Joseph Jastrow. . Jastrow was convinced that our individual feelings and the environment also changed our perception. That is …

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Statins are contagious for diabetes and skin infections

Statement dispute continues A current study indicates that a three-month statin intake is associated with an increased risk of diabetes as well as skin and joint infections. The student team emphasized that physicians, physicians and affected persons should be able to relate and, if necessary, monitor blood sugar levels during their income. linked to diabetes and skin infections, ”concludes lead …

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Stomach cancer: Risk increases through medication against heartburn

Tablets against heartburn are available in low doses even outside the pharmacy. One study could include an ingredient of the drug that increases gastric cancer risk. Shutterstock / Zebra Tablets against heartburn are among the most widely sold drugs worldwide. By almost 150 percent. However, in no case should these drugs be disposed of without any advice, the risk of …

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