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Demand for pills to protect against HIV rises sharply: why education is important – Zurich – Limmattal

"My partner and I are HIV-negative and have taken a pill every day for more than a year to protect us from any HIV infection from sexual contact with others," said Nicolas Cavalli. The 35-year-old Stadtzürcher calls himself and his partner a so-called PrEPster. PrEP is the abbreviation for pre-exposure prophylaxis, ie prevention of infection risk. By regularly taking a …

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The study will significantly change "Treatment for High Blood Pressure" – News Knowledge: Medicine and Psychology

Seldom, a study gets so much praise: methodically well done, independent of industry, convincing result, a milestone. The speech is from the study published in November with the exciting name Sprint, performed by the NIH US Health Agency. The authors' conclusion is clear: Doctors can save lives if they lower blood pressure more than previously recommended. Specifically, in the study, …

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Health: Demand for pills to protect against HIV is growing strongly – Unispital reacts –

"My partner and I are HIV-negative and have taken a pill every day for more than a year to protect us from any HIV infection from sexual contact with others," said Nicolas Cavalli. The 35-year-old Stadtzürcher calls himself and his partner PrEPster. PrEP is the abbreviation for pre-exposure prophylaxis, ie prevention of risk of infection. By regularly taking a suitable …

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Artificial intelligence on the wrong track – Sunday newspaper

Of course, a gay man! Just look at the narrow chin, the long nose and the high forehead. And lesbians first of all, of course you can tell their wide chin and a small forehead. An AI system came to this conclusion last year, which analyzed thousands of images of people of talented homosexuals and searched for allegedly typical facial …

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Medical insurance refused treatments for AIDS patients († 50)

At the end of last year, a 50-year-old man died of AIDS in Chur Hospital. Apparently, because the sickness insurance ÖKK did not make the man an important treatment. Due to outstanding premium payments, he was on the black list of the Canton of Graubünden, as "SonntagsZeitung" writes. In that case, health insurance companies have to pay for emergency situations …

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Fluvova is over | Health City Berlin

Hard and Long: The influenza epidemic lasted for almost four months 2017/2018. Now the working group for influenza at the Robert Koch Institute has explained the end of Grippesason. The influenza epidemic 2017/2018 is over. This is announced by the Working Group on Influenza at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). Consequently, the influenza season began in the 52th calendar week …

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Artificial intelligence on the wrong track – Sunday newspaper

Of course, a gay man! Just look at the narrow chin, the long nose and the high forehead. And lesbians first of all, of course you can tell their wide chin and a small forehead. An AI system came to this conclusion last year, which analyzed thousands of images of people of talented homosexuals and searched for allegedly typical facial …

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Artificial intelligence on the wrong track – Sunday newspaper

Of course, a gay man! Just look at the narrow chin, the long nose and the high forehead. And lesbians first of all, of course you can tell their wide chin and a small forehead. An AI system came to this conclusion last year, which analyzed thousands of images of people of talented homosexuals and searched for allegedly typical facial …

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New treatment method: Roman horns on his nervous disease: "As a child, I just came up the stairs on all four" | panoramic

NEW TREATMENT METHOD ⋅ For the first time in Switzerland, an adult patient with spinal cord atrophy is treated with a new but expensive drug from a Zug manufacturer. In children, success is impressive. Bruno Knellwolf Bruno Knellwolf His eyes are warned, his appearance is very friendly. Thomas Sari is sitting in a wheelchair on the harbor in the Roman …

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Nervous disease: more than just a hope

NERVOUS DISEASE ⋅ In Switzerland, an adult patient with spinal cord atrophy is treated for the first time with a new but expensive drug from a Zug manufacturer. In children, success is impressive. Bruno Knellwolf His eyes are warned, his appearance is very friendly. Thomas Sari is sitting in a wheelchair on the harbor in the Roman Horn. Since early …

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