Caries in children decreases with parent income

World Caries Congress: Less Caries in Children 03.07.2014 Today the World Caries Congress in Greifswald begins, to which about 300 caries researchers from 35 countries are expected. The doctors want to discuss about diagnosis and ...

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Cancer drug stops Alzheimer's

Promising effect of a cancer drug against Alzheimer's 13.02.2012 US researchers were able to stop Alzheimer's disease in mice by treatment with the cancer drug bexarotene. Scientists led by Paige E. Cramer from the Department of Neuros...

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Pollutants discovered in organic chicken feed

Contaminated chicken feed also delivered to organic farms in Lower Saxony 19.12.2014 Organic chicken feed contaminated with pollutants may also have been delivered to organic farms in Lower Saxony, according to the latest communic...

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Over 330 deaths from Ebola epidemic in West Africa

Ebola epidemic in West Africa is spreading 19.06.2014 The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is causing more and more casualties."Between June 14 and 16, 2014, a total of seven new cases and five new deaths" were reported from Guinea a...

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Smaller people often have a heart attack

Smaller people have a higher heart attack risk 13.04.2015 Smaller people face many problems in everyday life. In the supermarket, the top shelf often remains out of reach and in the cinema or theater they rarely have a clear view. H...

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Compensation for hospitalized baby

families claim damages for hospital-interchanged babies 02.12.2014 In 1994, two babies were exchanged after their birth in a hospital in southern France - a horror parody of all parents. Only after ten years was the suspicion conf...

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Smartphone accessories recognize HIV

Many HIV and AIDS-Infected People Lack Access to Therapies or Testing Diagnosing diseases such as HIV or syphilis has required expensive and time-consuming tests that could only be done in hospitals or health centers. A difficult situation,...

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Severe endometriosis: woman makes a terrifying picture of her suffering

uterine lining proliferates outside the uterine cavity Endometriosis is considered one of the most common but also the most difficult to diagnose gynecological disorders. In the painful chronic disease, the uterine lining proliferates outsi...

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Insured without electronic health card

Millions of Germans still without electronic health card 11.01.2014 Since the beginning of the year, the electronic health card( eGK) has replaced the old health insurance card. But still millions of Germans are without the new eGK....

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WHO: More than 100,000 cases of cholera in Yemen - trend rising

Cholera outbreak in Yemen has already claimed numerous death tolls A massive cholera epidemic has broken out in Yemen. According to the World Health Organization( WHO), more than 100,000 people have already been infected, almost 800 have di...

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Judgment: No dentist search for "Ehrenkodex"

OLG Schleswig stops the Chamber of Dentists Schleswig-Holstein ( jur).The Zahnärztekammer Schleswig-Holstein is not allowed to link the practice examinations offered on its websites to an "Ehrenkodex".This leads to misleading consumers and d...

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Sweet dessert from the grill: Delicious peaches on the griddle

Sweet and tasty: peaches also taste good grilled Even the cooler temperatures do not keep many Germans from grilling. Often not only meat and sausage come on the rust, but also vegetarian. After hearty meals you can also prepare delicious d...

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Superlupe for the study of marine microorganisms

Marine Scientists On the Trail of Microorganisms with New Superlupe 11.10.2012 Scientists at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel are from now on with a veritable superlupe on the small organic particles and organi...

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Feeding insects for reptiles are clear allergy triggers

feeder insects identified as potential allergy triggers allergies can have numerous triggers. Pollen allergy and hay fever are widespread in this country. Austrian scientists now report a very unusual trigger. In a small boy, allergic react...

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Verdict: Clinic has to stick out of the window for jumping a dementia patient

OLG Hamm: Caring duties were violated If a confused, demented patient jumps out of a hospital window, the clinic must be held liable for any damage suffered. Because especially in the case of severely dementia patients must be assumed by an...

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Supermarket smoked salmon burdened with germs

In many cases, smoked salmon from the supermarket is contaminated with bacteria 19.12.2011, 20.12.2011 A food study commissioned by the Norddeutsche Rundfunk( NDR) has shown that cheaply offered smoked salmon from the supermarket is o...

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Hand-Mouth-Mouth Disease: Lots of drink and cool food help

Children Affected Above All: Cool Foods for Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease Rash with small red spots on hands or feet and sore mouth blisters may indicate hand-foot-and-mouth disease. The infectious disease usually affects children, but even adult...

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Anorexia or bulimia: Drastic increase in eating disorders

More and more Germans are suffering from eating disorders In recent years, eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa( anorexia nervosa) and bulimia nervosa( edema) have increased dramatically. According to the experts, sufferers should defi...

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