Health: Dill and parsley protect against cancer

Consuming certain garden herbs brings health benefits Can decorating our food with parsley and dill help protect us from cancer? Researchers have now discovered that these garden herbs contain ingredients that can help prevent dangerous tum...

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Swine flu vaccination: First recourse claims?

swine flu vaccination: First recourse claims for vaccine effects? According to the Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, 1377 people with adverse reactions to the swine flu virus H1 / N1 were recorded in the calendar weeks 44 to 53 in Germany. Vaccinated ...

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The mental tortures of the homeless

study: Homeless people often suffer from mental illness 24.07.2014 Homeless people are particularly often affected by mental illness. This was the result of a study by the Department of Psychiatry at the Klinikum rechts der Isar of...

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Tester: Too much acrylamide in most of the frozen fries

Many frozen chillies burdened with acrylamide In the past, potato products such as chips or fries have often come under criticism because of their high acrylamide content. A recent study by the magazine "Öko-Test" shows that in the case of ...

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Old farmer rule for dormouse day - What is really?

"It rains on the dormouse day, it may rain for seven weeks" or "The weather on dormouse day may remain seven weeks": Such and similar statements are made again and again on the occasion of the dormouse day on 27 June. What's wrong with the old fa...

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The mind wants vegetables, but the belly junk food

Lots of junk food and less healthy fruits and vegetables In their research, scientists analyzed eating habits in almost 190 countries. They evaluated more than 320 nutrition surveys from the period 1990-2010.Her main interest was how much fr...

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Smoking intensifies multiple sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Accelerated and Deteriorated by Smoking 18.07.2013 Smoking worsens the course of multiple sclerosis( MS) and causes the disease to progress faster, according to the latest release of the German Neurological Soci...

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James Bond with alcohol and potency problems

British doctors: James Bond - Alcoholics with potency problems 15.12.2013 British doctors have investigated the drinking behavior of secret agent James Bond. The study found that 007 drinks far too much and has to fear potency pro...

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Vegan author: Dogs love and pigs eat

More about: Eating at fixed times Uni-Klinik Essen issues a temporary worker model Dogs can smell lung cancer Eating pigs and raising cows According to a recent report, students in Berlin, Munich,...

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UV radiation in sunlight lowers blood pressure

Sunlight in moderation can help against hypertension 21.01.2014 Sunlight is said to help alleviate high blood pressure by allowing UV rays to dilate the blood vessels. According to British researchers in the "Journal of Investigati...

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Probiotic yogurt works differently than expected

Probiotic Yogurt Does Not Promote Bacterial Settlement 27.10.2011 According to a US study by nutritionists, probiotic yoghurt does not promote colonization of beneficial bacteria in the gut. Also, the composition of the intestinal flora...

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Pharmaceutical company develops malaria vaccine

Is vaccination against malaria possible? 09.10.2013 The tropical disease malaria claims more than 600,000 deaths each year worldwide. Especially children under five are affected, in Africa alone every minute a child dies of the inf...

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Cheese consumption does not increase cholesterol and can even help you lose weight

experts are studying the effects of consuming a lot of cheese Until now, most people have suspected that increased consumption of cheese causes cholesterol levels in the body to increase. Researchers now found that cheese does not necessari...

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Chemistry in Everyday Products Triggers Infertility in Women?

Do Flame Retardant Infertility Chemicals Guide Women? Certain flame-retardant chemicals commonly used in furniture and other everyday products could be responsible for female infertility. Scientists at Harvard University's internatio...

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Dementia Study: Is Alzheimer's Transmitted to Healthy People?

"Beta-amyloid" plays a central role in the development of Alzheimer's disease "Can People Infect Alzheimer's with Other People?" A research team from the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London is currently working on this...

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Dark chocolate reduces the blood pressure

Study: Dark chocolate lowers blood pressure. However, a prevention could not be determined. ( 28.06.2010) Chocolate not only tastes good, it also lowers the blood pressure of high blood pressure patients. In an Australian study, the po...

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Danger to healthy people through new killer germs

New Killer Bacteria: Danger for Healthy as well 01.09.2014 Every year around 600,000 people are infected with dangerous antibiotic-resistant germs in German clinics. Up to 20,000 patients die of it. But the problem seems to get eve...

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Spread of polio polio is increasing

WHO warns against the spread of polio 05.05.2014 The World Health Organization( WHO) has called an emergency committee in view of the recurrent spread of polio infections."The conditions for a public health emergency of internatio...

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