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The best bears for heart health

Tips for hearty hearts When it comes to food that tastes both good and healthy for the heart, berries are at the top of the list. All bears are rich in antioxidants, so substances that help the body protect itself from cell damage. Davon also benefits the heart. One nutritionist presents the healthiest types of beer. Dietician Kathleen Johnson is …

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Dangerous Zika virus now also in Europe – French patient is infected at home

Especially for unborn children, the Zika virus has deadly consequences: If the mother becomes infected, it can lead to life-threatening neonatal malformations. © picture alliance / Percio Campos A French patient is currently worried about doctors: You had been infected by a tropical disease in his home country. Will the Zika virus also come to Germany soon? Fever, rash and …

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With current news from politics and society, culture and sports, business and youth, we cover an area in Wetzlar on the old dill circle and the district of Marburg-Biedenkopf to the district of Limburg-Weilburg.

28.10.2019 – 01:53 Steffenberg Solution: Watch the performance! The Inland School has been around for five years at the three places Steffenberg, Breidenbach and Biedenkopf. A reason for the school's leadership with State Secretary Manuel Lösel (CDU) … Source link

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Digital competence for children and youth

According to the study "Money for Games – Become a Computer Game for the Lucky Game" of the DAK Health and the German Centers for Addictions, 72.5 percent of adolescents between 12 and 17 years in Germany play on the PC. The bandwidth is wide and ranges from strategy and learning games to football simulations or ego shooters. Play has …

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Newly Discovered Antibiotic Destroys Multi-Resistant Bacteria

Against resistant germs: Antibiotics with new effects discovered Researchers from Switzerland have discovered a new substance that can also destroy multi-resistant germs. Therefore, this discovery is so significant, as many life-threatening bacteria become increasingly resistant to antibiotics. The increase in antibiotic resistance presents a growing threat to humanity. If such a drug does not work more, even small inflammations can …

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Do you recognize dementia early in the corridor?

Thread test for early diagnosis of dementia appropriate? For dementia, as early as possible is the most important factor in achieving treatment success. Important evidence of cognitive decline, which is considered an early sign of dementia, can be provided by the gang. "Walking disorders, especially slowing down, should be considered as an indicator of future cognitive decline," reports the Journal …

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Sick? What then becomes possible

Most adults have a fairly strictly organized everyday life. What to do: The 40-hour week in the office, then shopping, cooking, doing the household. But then there are always family matters to discuss. And somehow, one should also complete a small sports program, simply because physical balance is really important after stressful days. In short: Most things you really enjoy …

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Alcohol: The older we get, the worse the cat becomes

Cologne – Maybe we explain yes to all our youth, but in memory we had 20 more celebrated by the middle than today. When was good, even three nights in a row. With alcohol of course. Clearly, we also had a door hanger. But Monday morning you would go again sometime. Without a decent cat. If you only pass the …

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Researchers mention surprising uses of vitamin D

Know 19:46 25.10.2019 (updated 20:25 25.10.2019) For short links Scientists have found that under the influence of ultraviolet radiation on the skin or in the intake of vitamin D that alters the composition of the bacteria in the human intestine. According to experts, it improves the protective properties of the body. The results of the study were disclosed in the …

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The enemy of your own body – living with multiple sclerosis

Photo: Richard Pflaume FRANKFURT – It all started with a fault diagnosis. On her husband's 37th birthday, Claudia Hontschik was forced to go to the emergency room. She couldn't speak properly anymore. She was dizzy and she stumbled constantly. A stroke? Or even a brain tumor? This was followed by a computed tomography and a tissue sample taken from the …

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