World Vegetarian Day: McDonalds without meat

Oxygen-gas mixture in meat Meat favors pancreatic cancer Red meat can cause bladder cancer Vegetarian for health reasons Since 1977, the benefits of this diet have been highlighted on the first o...

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Recall: Please do not eat! Supermarket Lidl calls eggs back

Incorrect date of expiry: Lidl recalling eggs Discounter Lidl recalls eggs from the Dutch company Omega. On some packages there is too long a best before date. If eggs are stored too long or incorrectly, harmful bacteria can multiply. ...

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Tinnitus and hearing loss: diving, swimming, flying - What should be considered?

Those who suffer from tinnitus need "holiday for the ears", as it is so beautiful. For this reason, tinnitus patients should also be careful with their hearing during their holidays - not only during flying, but also during swimming and diving. ...

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Dr. Stephan Ziegler: Remove Wisdom Teeth? Yes or no?

Dr. Stephan Ziegler, the leading dentist and founder of the KU64 dentist's office in Berlin, answers. When do wisdom teeth have to be drawn from your point of view and why? When can they be preserved? "Nowadays wisdom teeth do not hav...

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AOK is planning censorship for doctors

In an online survey, the health insurance AOK wants to award grades for home and specialist doctors. ( 07.09.2010) AOK health insured persons will be able to award grades from 2011 for their GPs and specialists. Insured persons can par...

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Science: Suicide risk dramatically increased by concussions

concussion increases suicidal risk by three times , according to the study Succubation takes place on average every 40 seconds worldwide. A common cause of suicide is, according to experts, a not optimally treated mental illness. Canadian re...

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Study: Nuts reduce the risk of cancer

Regular consumption of nuts, no matter what their type, contributes significantly to reducing the risk of death, according to research. Nov 21, 2013 This seems to emerge from the results of two long-term studies from the US.Accord...

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Avoiding Fat Leaps: What to do when vegans come over for dinner

When vegans come to eat: Avoiding fats while cooking Vegan is in: More and more people are turning their backs on animal products in their diet. Even many meat eaters want to live vegan, as a survey showed. Some do not dare to take the step...

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More and more criticism of health care reform

health care reform: more and more criticism. ( 12.07.2010) After the Saxon Prime Minister Stanislaw Tillich( CDU) now come from the next CDU Prime Minister critical tones for so-called health care reform. Baden-Württemberg's Prime Mini...

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Chocolate protects against heart attack

chocolate lowers the heart attack risk. For this, however, the amount is crucial. ( 18.08.2010) Chocolate is good for the heart and can prevent heart attacks, but the amount is crucial. An international research team found this out in ...

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Administrative court: No driving license withdrawal cannabis against menstrual pain

Freiburg Administrative Court: Woman does not have to give driver's license A woman who uses cannabis monthly to combat her menstrual pain does not have to give her driver's license. The administrative court of Freiburg decided in an order ...

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Toxic World Cup make-up: Minister wants to name names

Toxic World Cup make-up: Minister wants to name manufacturers' names 29.06.2014 Although health-endangering substances have recently been found in WM make-up sticks during tests, the authorities are not allowed to give names of man...

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Naturopathy: TCM in fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia: Traditional Chinese Medicine Provides Relief 30.08.2011 Fibromyalgia syndrome( FMS) is often associated with pain in the muscles and joints, and patients reporting a persistent cold and fever. Confusingly diverse and...

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Sleep well: what helps against sleep disorders

World Sleep Day: What Helps Regain Sleep 14.03.2014 Restful sleep is the foundation of a relaxed, healthy life. However, about 45 percent of the world's population suffer from sleep disorders. Frequently, stress and other mental st...

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Ham, alcohol and obesity cause stomach cancer

International Report Shows Potential Causes of Gastric Cancer Drinking alcohol, eating processed meat and being overweight, increases the risk of people developing stomach cancer. Thus, we should eat less meat and limit our alcohol intake t...

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Cash registers should introduce health card quickly

Coalition increases pressure on health insurances: health card should be distributed faster 30.09.2011 According to a bill of the black and yellow federal government, the health insurance companies were obliged to distribute the new el...

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Researchers construct artificial eye for the blind

Australian scientists developed prototype for bionic eye 31.08.2012 An Australian research team succeeded in developing a primitive bionic eye. For this purpose, the specialists of a blind woman implanted 24 electrodes on the reti...

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Financial problems signs of dementia?

Problems with Money May Point to Dementia 10.01.2012 Difficulties in dealing with money may be the first signs of emerging dementia. Frequently, dementia patients in the early stages of neurodegenerative disease have significant f...

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