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Three quarantined patients in Congo "DiePresse.com

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, three Ebola patients have escaped from quarantine. Two patients fled from a hospital in the city of Mbandaka on Monday and were found dead a day later, according to the organization MSF on Wednesday. Another patient fled on Saturday and was found the same day. "This is a hospital, not a prison, we …

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Artificial enzyme can push through switches

Basel – In complex molecular systems, complex reaction cascades can be triggered: Swiss researchers have constructed an enzyme that can penetrate a mammalian cell and accelerate the release of a hormone there. This in turn activates a recorder that triggers the production of a light protein. Researchers at NCCR Molecular Systems Engineering, led by the University of Basel and ETH …

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Treatment of Alzheimer's Patients: Fixed procedures help patients and relatives

Düsseldorf (ots) – Alzheimer's disease affects the short-term memory at an early stage. Therefore, patients help to adhere to familiar routines and routines. This is recommended by the ideal Alzheimer Research Initiative e.V. (AFI) in its free guide "Living with the Alzheimer's disease diagnosis", which can be ordered by calling +49 (0) 211 866 66 0 or www.alzheimer-forschung.de/diagnose-alzheimer. What was …

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The pursuit of nail and nail proof ADHD test services

The really big problems with Nico (name change) began daycare. There were bloody noses, disadvantages, bruises. Not with Nico, no, with his Gspäändli. Nico, now a reserved youth of fifteen, just kept punching. "The slightest touch was enough and he freaked out," says his mother. The childhood teacher provided clarification – and Nico's mother was relieved when ADHD was diagnosed. …

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20 minutes – Dangerous Nipah virus requires more deaths

Two other patients are in intensive care, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Health in the southern Indian state of Kerala on Tuesday. In addition, seven patients were treated at isolation departments. Nearly 100 people were suspected and quarantined at home. Survey Do you care about communicable diseases? Knowledge Press Subscribe to Knowledge Channel Notification in 20-minute app. You …

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The Nipah virus spreads

(dpa) At least two people in India have died of infections with the dangerous Nipah virus. Four other suspected deaths are still being investigated, said a spokesperson for the Ministry of Health in the southern Indian state of Kerala on Monday. The two cases turned out to be brothers from the Kozhikode district. Other dead included a nurse who had …

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Eggs are healthier than previously thought

Study: Eggs can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease The eggs still have a bad reputation in human health. But according to experts, they give different health benefits. In fact, a new study has shown that daily consumption of eggs can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Elevated cholesterol levels can be dangerous Cholesterol is often much more common, especially …

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Eggs are healthier than previously thought

Study: Eggs can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease The eggs still have a bad reputation in human health. But according to experts, they give different health benefits. In fact, a new study has shown that daily consumption of eggs can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Elevated cholesterol levels can be dangerous Cholesterol is often much more common, especially …

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