Drink and oral hygiene against salivary gland infection

Remedy for parotid inflammation Prevent salivary gland infections with drinking and oral hygiene. 21.11.2010 Bacterial infections of the salivary glands can be avoided by drinking enough and careful oral hygiene. A disturbed s...

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Without cancer, cancer cells die off

Without sugar, the cancer cells die off 17.10.2013 More than half of all cancer cases show a significantly increased sugar metabolism. As a result, tumors continue to multiply unhindered, form metastases, and remain resistant to r...

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Study: Life expectancy increased worldwide by 6 years

Study: Birth Month Affects Life Expectancy Increased Life Expectancy: Vegetarians Live Almost 4 Years Longer Men Are 5.8 and 6.6 Years Older than 25 Years Ago WorldwidePeople are getting older and old...

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For the time being no cannabis model project in Berlin

The Berlin district Friedrichshain / Kreuzberg will not file a lawsuit against the renewed rejection of the application for a cannabis model project. Thus, the discussion about coffee shops at Görlitzer Park has done for the time being, although ...

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Ebola curable in the future?

US researchers report breakthrough in Ebola research 26.08.2011 The deadly Ebola virus could soon lose its terror. According to researchers from the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases( USAMRIID) as earl...

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Normal life possible despite Asperger's syndrome

Asperger's syndrome can be normalized despite autistic disorder 06.08.2014 People with Asperger's syndrome are often exposed to many prejudices and stereotypes. On the other hand, they are regarded as high-ranking miracle children ...

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Drug residues in the water

As part of the first phase of the project, the researchers first "determined which medicines are particularly damaging to the environment and which living organisms are very sensitive to them", reports the Federal Environment Agency."Building on ...

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Am I too big or too thin? How one's self-perception deceives

What influences our human self-perception? Many people have a problem with their self-awareness. Often they find themselves too fat and would like to lose some weight. Some find themselves too thin or have other difficulties to accept their...

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Norddeutsche are the most satisfied

survey shows: Northern lights are happier and healthier 02.01.2014 Happy and happy living - what sounds so nice seems to be the best way for people in the north of the country. As a recent study by the Forsa Institute on behalf of the...

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Trisomy 21: Help for children with Down syndrome

Down syndrome before birth only to be diagnosed by risky invasive surgery safely Diagnosis Down syndrome is usually a shock to parents. Frequently, the affected persons learn of the genetic defect of their child only after birth. For during ...

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Rösler plans private supplementary care insurance

The Federal Minister of Health Philipp Rösler plans the introduction of a private supplementary care insurance for all statutory health insurance. The association of alternative funds rejects the plans for care reform. Once again, the cost incr...

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Blocking inflammation in the brain prevents progression of Alzheimer's

Inflammation Significantly Affects Alzheimer's Disease Inhibiting brain inflammation may stop the progression of Alzheimer's disease. In a recent study, British scientists at the University of Southampton have shown that blocking brain infl...

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Facial transplantation succeeded after burn

Burning the Face Doctors in Dallas Vienna predicted in 2008 that doctors would never speak again and eat properly. He would never be able to eat solid food because he could no longer produce enough saliva. The now 28-year-old had burned his ...

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Beer foam prevents the spilling over

24/02/2015 The foam of the beer prevents the drink from spilling over to a certain extent, while liquids without a foam coating run more easily over the edges. An American-French research team led by French researcher C...

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Is the tendency to drug use determined by brain activity?

Discovery of Symptoms of Drug Consumption Scientists at the Hamburg-Eppendorf University Hospital( UKE) have investigated why some people are prone to excessive drug use, while others are able to resist it. By measuring the brain activity o...

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Resveratrol: Is red wine really healthy?

Resveratrol: Researchers doubt health-promoting substance in red wine 13.05.2014 The long-term red wine ingredient Resveratrol, which has long been recognized as a health-promoting factor, performed poorly in a long-term study of n...

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Bacteria in the mouth can trigger migraine

Researchers at the University of California San Diego and the University of Chicago found in an investigation that higher levels of a bacterium might explain why some foods seem to cause migraine. The bacteria are normally involved in the process...

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For the first time warning for homeopathy prescribed

Healing or charlatanism? While homeopathy is almost deified by some people, others describe it as charlatanism. Scientific evidence for the efficacy of small white globules is hard to find. Although some medical experts point out that homeop...

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