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20 minutes – More donors due to American drug crisis

There has been a significant increase in donor bodies in the United States in recent years. This actually funny fact has a sad background, as a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows. Consequently, there is a direct connection with the drastic increase in drug-related deaths since 2000. Survey How often do you take analgesics? In the …

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Intensive sports promote the development of dementia?

How has sport affected the development of dementia? For a long time, it has been said that increased activity and exercise can protect against and slow down the development of dementia. Researchers have now found that moderate to intensive training does not help patients with dementia, but may even worsen the condition. Researchers at internationally recognized Oxford University found in …

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With TBE, it's not a joke: Length of disease course and even deaths possible – Protects vaccination

News – There is no joke about FSME: Vienna (AT) – There were 116 documented and submitted cases of FSME (early summer meningoencephalitis) in Austria 2017. (1) It's more than previous years, but probably only the tip of the iceberg. The less serious cases are often not recognized as such. The symptoms may be unspecified but can be extremely unpleasant …

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US donor agencies are increasingly coming from drug victims

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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Strengthens intensive sports education development of dementia?

How has sport affected the development of dementia? For a long time, it has been said that increased activity and exercise can protect against and slow down the development of dementia. Researchers have now found that moderate to intensive training does not help patients with dementia, but may even worsen the condition. Researchers at internationally recognized Oxford University found in …

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Ebola in Congo: Three new cases in Mbandaka

Saturday, 19.05.2018 08:28 The Ebola virus continues to spread in Congo. According to a report from the Reuters news agency, three other people in the band Mbandaka in the northwest of the country have been diagnosed with the virus. According to local health officials, the cases were reported late Friday in the Wangata district, adjacent to the Congo. Previously, the …

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Surprising Study: Training in Dementia Without Help

Movement helps prevent dementia and Alzheimer's disease – this was often the result of previous studies. A new study now reveals the opposite. The person who moves remains mentally fit for a long time – researchers have already confirmed this principle in many studies. Researchers at Oxford University have now discovered that this is not always the case with dementia. …

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WHO increases Ebola warning level in Congo to "very high"

The number of cases in Congo with Ebola's symptoms continues to increase. There are now 25 dead. The WHO will discuss on Friday to explain an international health situation. 18.5.2018, 14:03 Representatives of Congolese Health Ministry are preparing for the patient study. (Photo: Mark Naftalin / Unicef ​​via AP) (DPA / APA / AP) According to the World Health Organization …

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Sport can not slow down the dementia course – New Knowledge: Medicine and Psychology

Sport can not stop dementia, according to a study. Disease does not develop slower with regular exercise, British researchers wrote 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 stop. The destruction of cognitive abilities is "not worse". It is considered safe that sport …

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Intensive sports training in dementia contraindicated?

How has sport affected the development of dementia? For a long time, it has been said that increased activity and exercise can protect against and slow down the development of dementia. Researchers have now found that moderate to intensive training does not help patients with dementia, but may even worsen the condition. Researchers at internationally recognized Oxford University found in …

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