Perplexed doctors: Girls from Texas must sneeze 12,000 times a day

Doctors at a loss: Young girl has been on permanent for 22 days A young girl from Texas has a mysterious disease. She sneezes about 12,000 times in one day. Normally, sneezing twelve times a day is considered an excessive amount. The twelve...

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Dear overweight? Women prefer men with belly

Do women prefer men with big bellies? A British study suggests this assumption Aesthetic feelings are shaped by social images. Therefore, in general, "big bellies" are rejected. However, a British study suggests that women prefer males with...

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Simple Tips to Avoid Sleep Disorders

Avoiding Sleep Disorders with Simple Tricks 21.02.2012 Sleep disorders can have many causes. Disease-related factors as well as excessive stress and increased mental stress often play an important role here. The psychologically caused s...

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After the pimple, the scar often remains - What to do about unsightly acne scars?

How to effectively repair pimples Impure skin and pimples are often associated with hormonal changes such as puberty, and usually acne gradually disappears after some time. Some pimples, however, leave unsightly scars, which can also burden...

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Damage in billions due to billing charges in the care

In recent years, numerous organizations have pointed to the shortcomings in the German health care system and criticized the care needs. As has now become known, there is a massive accounting fraud in the care sector. It's about a billion eu...

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Rising alcohol tourism from the Netherlands

Minimum Age for Alcohol Levy Increases: Does Alcohol Tourism Increase? 27.12.2013 In the Netherlands, the minimum age for dispensing alcohol is 18 years from the new year. In Germany the age limit remains at 16 years. According to ...

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Celiac Disease Research: Is gluten intolerance caused by viruses?

According to a recent study, reovirus triggers the gluten intolerance A gluten intolerance manifests itself mainly in massive indigestion in the intake of so-called gluten proteins( gluten).The small intestinal mucosa shows in those affecte...

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Power surges: pain for memory

Memory improves with light surges 22.01.2015 Every day, the brain is confronted with innumerable details, but only part of the perceived information remains in the memory. The more emotional the events, the stronger the memory. Re...

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Child Teeth Care: Parents should check by the end of primary school

Checking children's dental care until the end of elementary school To prevent tooth decay, gingivitis and unpleasant toothache, there is nothing more important than brushing your teeth. But this is sometimes difficult for small children. Pa...

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Criticism of "healing world" German medical series

actor finds serial surgery rather boring It used to be "The Black Forest Clinic" or "The Country Doctor", so it is today "in all friendship" or "Sachsenklinik": Physician series enjoy great popularity in Germany. Actors like Thomas Rühmann f...

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Known painkiller ibuprofen apparently not as safe as thought

ibuprofen increases the risk of suffering from cardiovascular disease when there is arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis The risk of cardiovascular disease is much higher for the painkiller ibuprofen than for other painkillers when the patient...

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The nose perceives a trillion odors

Human Smell is Much More Sensitive Than Assumed 21.03.2014 The human nose can distinguish over a trillion( 1,000,000,000,000) odors. This is the result of a US study by Rockefeller University in New York. This far exceeds the nose...

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Beta study: unconditional basic income reduces stress

Unconditional Basic Income Can Reduce Stress More and more people are suffering from stress and stress disorders. Work density and entitlement increase. The competitive situation in the labor market is causing more and more people to get si...

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Beware of stents: Are many heart surgeries unnecessary?

Experts Criticize Increase in Surgery with Stents 25.07.2014 The use of stents is a standard in constricted blood vessels and arteriosclerosis in the heart. According to the current hospital report of the health insurance Barmer G...

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Colon cancer: Vegetarians become less common

Those who eat vegetarian or vegan have a significantly lower risk of colorectal cancer than 20.03.2015 According to a recent study from the US, vegetarians have a lower risk of colorectal cancer than people who eat meat. The diet is the...

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Flu: 12,000 new cases last week

flu epidemic: General economic damage of up to € 2.2 billion 05.03.2105 The flu continues to grip Germany. By the end of February, 38,455 influenza cases had been reported nationwide. In the past week alone, according to the Workin...

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Study: Morale is infected

Moral Behavior Apparently Transfers to Other 12.09.2014 "Morality" is a difficult term to grasp because there are many different opinions about what is morally reprehensible and what is not. Now, a new study by the Cologne social ...

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22 health insurance companies are facing bankruptcy?

After leaving City BKK: Are 22 other health insurances facing insolvency? 29.05.2011 After the impending bankruptcy and subsequent closure of the City BKK sees the Federal Association of Statutory Health Insurance( GKV), according ...

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