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Divorce doubles the risk of dementia

Divorced people are more affected by dementia Divorced people have a very high risk of developing dementia. Researchers have now found that divorced people are almost twice as likely to develop dementia as married people. Recent Michigan State University research has found that diverse people are more likely to develop dementia. The results of the study have been published in …

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Interval-fixed: 3 methods in the control

Everyone talks about fasting and not for religious reasons: It is one of the closest trends in recent years. What exactly is behind it? You may feel fasting for medical or nutritional reasons, especially as fasting. This week-long relinquishment of solid foods and stimulants can act as a prevention, but also support the treatment of diseases. But after this fast …

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Chewing gum warns of inflammation | Clear | SWR2

Deutsche researchers have developed a simple rapid test: A chewing gum should detect dangerous bacteria or other dangerous inflammations in the mouth, which could be a problem for dental implants in particular. Still, diagnostic chewing gum is not on the market, but the invention could significantly improve dentistry. The use is very simple: In inflammation, certain enzymes are activated by …

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Current Recommendations on Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases from the New Guidelines

Healthy lifestyle for diabetes prevention and cardiovascular disease The global spread of diabetes continues to increase. Being diabetic also means having a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. A healthy lifestyle is the most important measure to prevent such diseases. This is also evident in the new guidelines from the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) on diabetes, pre-diabetes and cardiovascular disease. …

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AIDS The German AIDS Society welcomes the cost-taking of …

01.09.2019 – 11:51 Deutsche AIDS-Gesellschaft e.V. (DAIG)                      Hamburg (ots) As of September 1, 2019, the HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) in Germany will be a relief from the statutory hospitals. On the corresponding frame conditions, the Federal Medical Association and the GKV Spitzenverband have been incorporated. The German AIDS Society (DAIG e.V.) welcomes this step and sees it as an …

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Never store tomatoes in the refrigerator

Flavor loss: These include tomatoes not in the refrigerator Tomatoes are the most popular vegetable in Germany. An average of around 25 kilos will make every citizen of the year present. Tomatoes are served in soups, sauces and salads or simply raw. Importantly, it is correct for bearings. In the refrigerator the fruit mixture should not be stored – then …

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Nuts reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke

Regular nut consumption strengthens the heart Eating 30 grams of unsalted nuts at least twice a week has a significantly lower risk of developing severe cardiovascular disease. This effect has already been proven in over 5,000 people. The reason for the positive effects are the many healthy ingredients in the nut, which especially benefit the heart. Noushin Mohammadifard of the …

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Study on Restless Legs Syndrome – Higher Suicide Risk in Affected Persons

The Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder: Hundreds of thousands of people in Germany suffer from the complaints that the English name of the disease expresses. This in German: "Restless leg syndrome" manifests itself in a pleasant, tender movement urge on the legs that plagues patients most at night when they come to rest. Sleep disorders are often …

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Artificial light causes weight gain in women

The artificial light is unhealthy during sleep has long been a persistent myth. A study on women has now investigated whether artificial light can actually lead to weight gain during sleep. Obesity by sleeping under artificial light Researchers from Research Triangle Park in North Carolina have now published a report in a journal JAMA Internal Medicine published study with women …

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