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Ebola epidemic in Congo – WHO wants to introduce experimental vaccine

The WHO World Health Organization wants to introduce a second vaccine against Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This is experimental – though there were some that are ready to be used. The WHO confirms that the manufacturer of the single vaccine cannot produce fast enough if Ebola continues to expand. The decision now lies with the authorities of …

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Implant should be protected from HIV for 1 year – The plastic tube is inserted into the upper arm

Those who refrain from condoms during intercourse but still want to protect themselves against HIV infection can participate in a so-called PrEP treatment. The patient is prescribed medication that he must take regularly. Researchers have now introduced an implant to replace this. The implant, which is the size of a stick and about the size of a match, was presented …

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Concerned study: Can Liebesummer trigger cancer?

What sounded like an old speech is scientifically belated reality: A " broken heart " can work alongside the psyche also heavily on the body and the affected person. Under the name "Broken-Heart Syndrome", doctors have been researching who (love) can cause heart problems. Now gives new findings: Swiss researchers have discovered that it also provides a connection with cancer …

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The nut instinct of the track

Most Mütter würden for your newborn child all around. Instinctive cymbals are all about baby and are conceived of birth and a strong emotional bond. But what in the meantime does this really mean? One way around discovered new objects: They identify a region in the hypothalamus, which separates into humans and relatives in a constant way. Near to refined …

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Sugar-Free Nutrition: How Healthy is the Trend?

The enemy only sticks in muffins or in the shoko. He also lurks, where I hardly suspect anyone. In essig und sausage bread for example. Davor currently warns a number of authors and bloggers that the #Sugarfree keyword is through social networks. Sugarcane essences are already explained to the drug, that life without the self-test. Instead of marmalade, it offers …

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Bowel cancer: So can fish tumor cells stop

To eat fish three times a week should reduce the personal bowel cancer risk by twelve percent. This is the result of a study at the University of Oxford with the International Agency for Cancer Research in Lyon. The health effect does not apply only to fatty fish like salmon and mackerel, but surprisingly for all varieties. The researchers analyzed …

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The necklace touched cell phone chargers: the woman suffered severe burns

Young woman suffers severe burns from the charger on her mobile phone A young woman has suffered severe burns due to a mobile phone charger touching her necklace with electric current. In the past, electric shocks caused by mobile phone chargers have even led to death. Accumulated Reports on Charging Cable Damages Recently, the media calculation of damage caused by …

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What is behind the painful side effect when eating ice cream?

Pain with ice cream – What can you do with it? Have you ever felt a sharp pain in your head when eating an ice cream or drinking a cold milkshake? Especially during the hot summer days ice-cold drinks and ice cream are a popular cooling. Not infrequently, this results in a strong knife skin pain that lasts for several …

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Interval-fixed: How healthy is the trend?

For more than a week, I have more time in the morning, before breakfast is interrupted. After several colleagues already reported on their self-experiment in Interval quickly and guessed about the positive effects, I also wanted to test the fasting trend. Medium: I only eat for a period of eight hours a day, 16 I am fast. And actually: I …

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New study: A broken heart can cause cancer

(PHOTO: iStockphoto) The doctors of the University Hospital of Zurich (USZ) have found out that it has a connection between the Broken-Heart Syndrome and Cancer. According to the study, in 1604 human beings, is one of six people suffering from "Broken-Heart Syndrome" in addition to cancer. The most commonly identified type was breast cancer, followed by tumors, which involved the …

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