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Stroke prevention through many movements

With many movements, stroke attacks can be prevented Every year, in Germany, more than one quarter million stroke cases occur. The so-called brain infarction counts among the three most common causes of death. Those who survive the disease often have to live permanently with physical limitations in everyday life. However, a decisive part of the stroke could have been prevented …

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Is PARKINSON disease hereditary?

Parkinson's disease is hereditary in only very few cases. However, the disease is not inherited from the parents – but it is believed that the interaction between several hereditary factors makes different people susceptible to Parkinson's disease. There is also no significant indication that Parkinson's disease is caused by a virus (or other infectious organism). Parkinson's disease is currently NOT …

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Cell division is lacking with age

New results on aging and cancer A new study shows that cell division slows markedly in old age. This discovery provides in-depth insights on the aging process and the development of cancer, as researchers have assumed that the rate of cell proliferation remains the same throughout their lives. Researchers at Cancer Center Johns Hopkins Kimmel found in an analysis that …

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Slower loss of nerve cells

Eva Lather talks about Parkinson's. Photo: Werner Volkmar                      BRAUNFELS – When Parkinson is recognized in a timely manner, he reads the course of the disease milder, but does not heal. "The shaking paralysis" of around 400,000 people is suffering, beginning to be startling. "The soft neurologist Eva Maria Lather, chief physician of the Neulogical BDH Clinic Braunfels in the …

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New virus detection – General understanding of pathogens revolutionized

Viruses found in pork feces raise many questions A new virus species has now been identified in Japan that can redefine our complete understanding of viruses, their spread and distribution. Recently conducted by Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (TUAT) has discovered that a new virus species can revolutionize our understanding of the spread and spread of viruses. The results …

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New blood tests should clearly detect disease earlier

One of the worst disorders that humans can experience in the run of the alternatives: Alzheimer's . The disease is noticeable with memory loss, dizzying thinking and an ever-worsening orientation. Researchers have now developed a method to recognize Alzheimer's early. Alzheimer's is not curable – but with newer method of diagnosing faster Unfortunately, the disease is, to date, not curable, …

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Gout: Who meets the disease and why

G is not primarily a disease of the elderly, about seven percent of all over the age of 65 suffer. But even among the younger doctors are observing an increase in cases. The culprit is excessive consumption of meat and alcohol, especially beer. Another risk factor is overweight. However, the penchant for delicious meals and moist, happy binges is just …

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What lies behind the hype about green juice? • HealthNews

For a long time you have come across the internet to the new "green health trend": a glass of pure celery juice in the morning. The beverage should stimulate metabolism, cleanse and help with weight loss, and alleviate health problems. But is the new "Superfood" really such a miracle cure? Narrow and symptom-free with bush vegetables? The American writer Anthony …

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