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BESSY II team misses the "dance pattern" by Skyrmionen

17th October 2019 BESSY II team misses the "dance pattern" by Skyrmionen New possibilities for an energy-saving data processing This illustration shows cycling in some way Here they are turning clockwise. © Yotta Kippe / HZB Certain magnetic materials such as Cu 2 OSeO 3 generated magnetic vortex, so-called Skyrmions. These skyrmions allow themselves to be controlled by low electric …

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This drug can prevent many deaths due to head injury

Quicker release of tranexamic acid after head injuries saves lives A readily available drug could significantly reduce deaths from head injuries. In a global study conducted by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, clear evidence has been found that tranexamic acid (TXA) lowers the death rate in patients and patients with traumatic brain injuries by up to 20 …

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Woman infected with killer bacteria • HealthNews

Most bacterial infections have no serious consequences – but in exceptional cases the same can be said otherwise. Who you can appreciate when it burns, we will leave you following. Meat-Bacterial Bacteria Always keep track of news about infections with carb-eating bacteria – mostly by pets. Horror stories in which the affected arms or legs lose are often in the …

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Ebola in Germany? This program tells you where to strike – Science

With the help of a new computer program, it would be easy to determine if and where Ebola could become a threat in Germany. Especially in recent months, reports have been repeated that the Ebola virus is in the Democratic Republic of Congo. But could Ebola in Germany also be ready for danger? A new computer program will now be …

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Dangerous microbeds even with minor head injuries

Head injuries cause severe micro bleeding in the brain Even minor head injuries can lead to dangerous micro bleeding in the brain. However, according to a recent study, these can only be detected by MRI examinations, which is why they have, in practice, mostly gone undetected. For those affected, this significantly increases the risk of disability. "Micro bleeding can aggravate …

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New form of dementia – Diagnosis only after death

I n Germany currently lives around 1.7 million people with dementia. Most of them were affected by the Alzheimer's disease. However, scientists have identified a new form: late-dementia. Özgür Onur, head of the Alternative and Dementia Working Group at the University Clinic in Cologne, explains why the diagnosis is also a chance for medicine. WORLD: Who came to discover the …

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New Study: Genetic Causes for Gout Deciphered – Hope for the Affected

Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. The increased uric acid concentration in the blood leads to painful deposits. Fatty eating, alcohol, little exercise increase the risk of illness. As far as the influencing factors are concerned, researchers at the University Clinic of Freiburg were able to attest. Worldwide, over 457,000 people study. The results were published in …

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New study: Genetic causes of gout decrypted

Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. The increased uric acid concentration in the blood leads to painful deposits. Fat food, alcohol, some exercise increases the risk of illness. Researchers from the University Hospital of Freiburg have now shown how strong the influence of hereditary factors is. More than 457,000 people participated in the study worldwide. The results …

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This small diet change can reduce depression

What impact our diet has on depression Researchers looked at the effects of a healthy diet on mental health and noted that our diet is a modifiable risk factor for depression. Macquarie University in Australia has now found that our diet has a major impact on depression. The results of the study have been published in the English-language journal "PLOS …

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