Fast action in case of blood poisoning

Rapid Diagnosis: No Time to Lose Blood 07.11.2012 The third leading cause of death in Germany in sepsis. It is important to interpret the first signals correctly, because every third affected person dies of sepsis. Every year, up ...

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Mental suffering: trapped for more than eleven years in the daily time loop

medical staff from the English University of Leicester report on a very special patient case. According to the scientists, a 39-year-old man since a dentist's visit 10 years ago believes that every day is that very day of the appointment. In addi...

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What is sinusitis( sinusitis)?

If the sinuses of the nose are inflamed, one speaks of a sinusitis, medically sinusitis. This usually occurs as a result of a cold. PraxisVITA explains how they can recognize a sinusitis and what helps against it. What is...

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Emergency rooms prepared for heat patients

First patients with symptoms of heat 27.07.2012 Because of the high temperatures, the first heat patients had to be treated in Hamburg clinics. As the Asklepios clinics announced on Thursday, the emergency rooms are currently "expecting...

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Back pain: Rarely is the cross the cause

Back pain is not always caused by mechanical causes Not always must the cross be responsible for low back pain. Dr. reported. Christian Schmincke, TCM expert and head of the clinic at the Steigerwald. Most people think of back pain as a me...

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When health insurance companies do not pay therapies

When Health Insurance Companies Do Not Pay Effective Therapies 12.12.2011 Often, health insurance costs are not covered by statutory health insurance because the effectiveness of the treatment is considered "not scientifically pro...

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Precisely regulate organ donation in a living will

Living Will and Organ Donor Card Matching 16.08.2014 After five years ago the German living will has been legally enshrined in Germany, many people have written it. However, it is often overlooked to make sure that the order shoul...

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MS medication triggers previously unknown serious side effects

Severe Adverse Drug Effects Detected Treatment options for multiple sclerosis( MS) are still very limited, but some drugs have been explicitly approved for the treatment of MS, so patients are likely to benefit from taking it. This also app...

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Dermatology: Skin cancer can look like nail fungus

A Facebook post of a Britin could save the lives of many people who believe in nail fungus In case of discoloration on the fingernails and toenails, many people initially think of nail fungus. With over-the-counter medicines, the problem wo...

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Inefficiency of antibiotics increases

According to Gröhe, 's ineffectiveness of antibiotics is increasing dangerously 27.10.2014 Federal Minister of Health Gröhe has warned the Rheinische Post about the increasing risk of antibiotic resistance and the global spread of anti...

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A Siamese twin: baby with two heads born in Bangladesh

Woman in Bangladesh brings girls with two heads to the world A woman has given birth to a girl with two heads in Bangladesh. Thousands of people came to the hospital to see the "Wunderkind".The poor parents of the baby find it difficult to ...

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Women with early menopause are at much higher risk for diabetes

Is there a link between type 2 diabetes and menopause? women come to their menopause at a different age. So there are also women in whom menopause occurs very early. Researchers have now found that women with early-onset menopause are at an...

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Hardship case regulation required for additional contributions

The welfare organization Volkssolidarität calls for a hardship case in the health insurance additional contributions The Volkssolidarität calls for the additional contributions planned by the health insurance, a hardship case for reci...

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Flu drug Tamiflu barely effective?

Independent research group raises doubts on the flu medicine Tamiflu 21.01.2012 When the swine flu broke out in 2009, the flu remedy Tamiflu was bought and hoarded in numerous countries. Many Germans were out of concern for the approach...

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Increasing number of children with diabetes

30,000 children and adolescents suffer from Type 1 diabetes There are currently about 30,000 children and adolescents in Germany who are suffering from the autoimmune disease type 1 diabetes - also known as "juvenile diabetes".In contrast to...

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ADHD symptoms in adults: sleep difficulties and many everyday problems

Problems with Everyday Organization: Signs of Adult ADHD Not only many children, some adults also have ADHD.Some do not notice this at first. Signs of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder( ADHD) may include internal and external anxie...

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Study: Average men are weaker today than their fathers

Men Have Less Strength Today How necessary is it today for men to have excessive physical strength? Office work, housework and caring for children - these are all tasks of men today. One study wanted to know more about it, and examined the ...

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Early Notes: Excessive sleep time may indicate Alzheimer's disease

Boston University Medical Center researchers found in an investigation that more than nine hours of sleep per night may indicate Alzheimer's disease. The experts published the results of their study in the journal "Neurology". Can long slee...

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