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Quantum entanglement turned upside down – South Tyrol News

Innsbruck – With a surprisingly simple idea, physicists from Trieste and Innsbruck enable the quantum extraction of many particles. Instead of digging deep into the characteristics of wave functions – which are experimentally very difficult to access – they suggest that you realize physical systems described by the corresponding Hamiltonian consumption. This will allow the entrapment properties of the original …

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Warning: Aspirin can cause skin cancer – health

Acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), better known as aspirin, eliminates not only headache. A mini dose a day should protect against heart disease, stroke and perhaps cancer. Therefore, many people in the US regularly take acetylsalicylic acid. Survey How often do you take acetylsalicylic acid? But scientists around Beatrice Nardoneder from Northwestern University (Illinois) have now discovered a previously unknown ASA side …

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Protection against ticks and mosquitoes: It really helps

This content is provided by CHIP.de The mount is a very raw arachnid, which is awaiting stirring on grass or in the foliage until an animal or human approach "picks" the bracket into the pass. Only on the host body is the bracket actively looking for a suitable place and sucking the victim's blood. The piece itself is harmless, but …

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Infections with ticks have increased dramatically

More and more TBE infections Recently, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) reported that TBE risk areas in Germany rapidly increase. There was also an increase in TBE infections caused by ticks. Health experts call some people to be vaccinated. But there are other ways to protect yourself from the cloudy crawlies. Carriers of Dangerous Diseases Health experts repeatedly point to …

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Eggs may be healthier than expected

An egg is part of a good breakfast for many. The fact that eggs can not only be delicious, but also very healthy, is now proposed by a new study. Daily breakfast eggs are, according to a study, much healthier than previously thought by researchers. The "moderate consumption of eggs" was associated with a lower incidence of heart disease in …

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TBE risk areas through ticks in Germany: Map views, …

The Robert Koch Institute comes to an alarming conclusion after a major study of the spread of TB: in 2017, researchers noted a rise in reported MFS cases. New risk areas were identified. Researchers' conclusion: In Germany there is still a risk of TBE infection, especially in Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, in southern Hesse and in southeastern Thuringia. Individual risk areas …

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The ticks are back | suedostschweiz.ch

Every year again. It is spring time and thus again cruise time. Particularly in Grisons Rhine Valley, there is an above average risk of stains due to previous experiences. The transmitted by ticks pathogens can cause serious diseases. Suedostschweiz.ch has summarized the most important thing in a nutshell: Which diseases can cause fat bites? Ticks can transmit different diseases to …

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Sports does not delay progression from dementia – Alzheimer's & Dementia

Even in dementia patients who practice regularly, cognitive abilities decrease according to a study. Sports has shown that it can not stop dementia. Disease does not develop slower with regular exercise, British researchers write in the British Medical Journal newspaper. The researchers found that while exercise improves physical fitness in patients with mild to moderate dementia, it can not end. …

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The donors from the United States are increasingly from drug-related deaths

The tragic fate of one gives hope to others The drug problem in the United States has steadily increased for decades. Consequently, the number of death-related deaths increases. This tragic development has also shown that the number of organ donations from overdose deaths has increased dramatically. The number of drug-related deaths donated at least one body has increased from 59 …

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More Ebola falls in the metropolis of Mbandaka | TIME ONLINE

Three new ebola cases have been discovered in the Congolese city of Mbandaka. Health Minister Oly Ilungao said. This increases the number of confirmed Ebola cases to a total of 17. 1.2 million people live in Mbandaka. Cities are spreading viruses like Ebola faster, for each sufferer on average more personal contacts. Mbandaka is also connected to other cities via …

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