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Why abdominal fat makes us sick – studying detects new messengers substance

New disease-related relationships with obesity are identified Every year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly three million people die from obesity and obesity. Studies from recent years have repeatedly shown the connection between obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. An international research team has now identified a messenger in the abdominal fat, which promotes chronic inflammation and …

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Benefits under the age of 55 with …

/ Sebastian Kaulitzki, stock.adobe.com Cologne – State health insurance between the ages of 50 and 54 is entitled to an immunological stool test (occult blood sample) annually. In case of abnormal findings, the doctor should perform a colonoscopy. From the age of 55, insured can choose whether to have a feces test every two years or undergo full colonoscopy twice …

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Why stomach fat makes you sick – studied, discovered new messengers substance

New disease-related relationships with obesity are identified Every year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly three million people die from obesity and obesity. Studies from recent years have repeatedly shown the connection between obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. An international research team has now identified a messenger in the abdominal fat, which promotes chronic inflammation and …

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Why the stomach fat Sickens study detects new messenger

New disease-related relationships with obesity are identified Every year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly three million people die from obesity and obesity. Studies from recent years have repeatedly shown the connection between obesity, heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. An international research team has now identified a messenger in the abdominal fat, which promotes chronic inflammation and …

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Virus outbreak in southern India: Nipah – next epidemic?

At least ten people died in India when the Nipah virus broke out. According to the World Health Organization, it is one of the pathogens that can cause serious epidemics. By Silke Diettrich, ARD Studio New Delhi TV news, newspapers and online media throughout India are trying to educate citizens. Nipah, hardly anyone ever heard of this virus. "Everyone who …

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Another look at the chicken egg question – News Knowledge: Nature

The problem arises from the observation that all chickens hatch from eggs and all eggs are fed by chickens. The question is also a metaphor for how hard it is to define cause and effect. More than 2000 years ago, Aristotle found that the answer was an infinite sequence without an actual starting point. What was the first? The egg …

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Dentist Patient: "I've Spoken Enough"

Memory in frontotemporal dementia works well for a long time. But suffering becomes tactless, some even aggressive or they lose the language. Disease often affects only 50 years. Juliette Irmer 22.5.2018, 07:24 Uhr FTD patients lose their empathy and stumble their relatives. (Photo: Getty) At the beginning everyone thought it was a depression. Mr. P., then 71, retired, polished his …

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How the malaria parasite matures in the bone marrow

Malaria can be transmitted – via mosquitoes – from person to person. To better understand this mechanism is central to controlling the tropical disease, write researchers from Bern and Glasgow. They have only made an important contribution to it. 23.5.2018, 20:00 Dangerous mosquito bites: Malaria patents can spread not only to the bite, but also to an infected person, even …

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Another look at the chicken egg question – News Knowledge: Nature

The problem arises from the observation that all chickens hatch from eggs and all eggs are fed by chickens. The question is also a metaphor for how hard it is to define cause and effect. More than 2000 years ago, Aristotle found that the answer was an infinite sequence without an actual starting point. What was the first? The egg …

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WHO: Ebola eruption "on the leading edge"

The Democratic Republic of Congo has just begun Ebola vaccinations, which the World Health Organization warns of an epidemiological crisis. WHO has already sent over 7,500 doses of Ebola vaccine to Congo, 540 of those for the region, where the four Ebola cases were confirmed. Dr. Peter Salama is an Australian epidemiologist and led the WHO Emergency Program since 2016: …

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