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Smokers need ten years of early social support

Impacts of Smoking on Health and Independence When people smoke, they exert themselves strongly on their social need for aging. Smokers need ten years of social ill-treatment, compared to non-smoking persons. In an investigation of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), it is now established that smokers need ten years of earlier social ill-treatment as such in non-smoking people. The …

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Each fifth suffered from Sicca syndrome

Burning, irritated eyes, foreign body sensation or light sensitivity are typical symptoms of dry eyes. Dahinter sticks to the Sicca syndrome. Since many people are concerned about this, eyeballs speak of a people's disease. "About every fifth patient who comes into practice suffers," said Professor Gerd Geerling, head of the Augen clinic at the University Clinic in Düsseldorf. In Sicca …

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West Nile Virus: Everything important about the infection – health

Berlin. The West Nile virus (WNV) was first discovered in a bird in Hamburg. The Friedrich-Loeffler Institute confirmed the finding at a barn in the Altona district, as announced by the Health and Consumer Protection Agency (BGV) on Thursday. Now there has also been the first case where a person has been infected by the virus. The person from Saxony …

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Hives – When our skin suddenly forms itchy choices

What to do in hives? New drugs give hope to hives (also hives or urticaria) are common in allergic reactions. But it can also occur in a chronic form where the skin repeatedly forms whales repeatedly in different places – without a recognizable concrete trigger. For those affected, this is often very stressful, but they can certainly help in special …

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Type 2 Diabetes: Designer Effect With Fewer Side Effects?

Synthetic Protein Versatile in Laboratory Experiment From two naturally occurring proteins, a science team from Kiel and Melbourne has developed a new protein that works very effectively against Type 2 diabetes in laboratory experiments. The Specific: The synthetic protein unites the positive properties of both origin proteins, but none of the unwanted side effects. -6 (IL-6, gray) and in one …

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This new technique should make it possible to fight hair loss

A new, inexpensive technique should be able to reverse hair loss. But preference is still waiting for you to straighten your hair too. Hair loss is a problem that many men are concerned about. It gives us alternatives such as hair transplants or wearing a wig. But now it looks like scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison would have found …

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Danger to life due to a small attack

The miniscule attack, or transient ischemic attack (TIA), is usually preceded by a stroke. Therefore, it is even more important to take his symptoms seriously and see a doctor. How to Detect a Miniscrew Attack The symptoms of a short-term or even short-term ischemic attack are short-lived, which is why those affected often ignore it. However, you should consult a …

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It's time to give the flu vaccine another news

The prediction of influenza is cloudy and it is too early to know if the United States is entering a miserable third season in a row, but health officials said on Thursday not to delay vaccination. Although the vaccine did not provide much protection over the past two years, specialists fine-tuned the formulation, hoping that it would better counteract a …

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"Childhood Disease" in Congo: Deadly as Ebola

Panorama "Childhood Disease" in the Congo Lethality as Ebola Location: 12:40 pm | Reading Duration: 2 minutes The WHO attacks a widespread vaccine in Congo Source: dpa / Jerome Delay The Democratic Republic of Congo is struggling for the present the second biggest Ebola outbreak in history and against the measles. The "childhood illness" has far more demanded than Tote …

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