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Strong women's rights equal healthier population?

The health of a country's population is also related to how strong the rights of women are in this country. © Creativemarc – Fotolia Tue. July 23, 2019 In nations where women have many rights, the health of the population is better than in countries that do not or only moderately grant women's rights. Also, these nations are developing better …

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Herbal nutrition reduces the risk of diabetes by almost a quarter

Reduced Risk of Diabetes by Not Eating Meat It is well known that there are several benefits to our health if we do not eat so much meat. But how does giving up meat affect the risk of diabetes? Researchers have now discovered that a vegan or vegetarian diet reduces the risk of diabetes by nearly a quarter. The recent …

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Monitor chronic diseases with tattoos?

Tattoos Can Monitor Various Biomarkers Would not it be beneficial if tattoos could help monitor chronic diseases such as diabetes and kidney disease in real time? Researchers have now developed tattoos that change color when the blood sugar, albumin or pH changes. In the current investigation by the Technical University of Munich, researchers have tested newly developed tattoos which, in …

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A fully supervised night | TIME ONLINE

A Everyone has a special hobby somehow. Some count calories and googling vitamins, others overly listen to podcasts or read reviews for so long they can recommend microwaves and cat pillows in good conscience . Me I am interested in sleep. In the past rather practical, meantime too theoretically. Since puberty I am an enthusiastic sleeper. One of those who …

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Lower Alzheimer's Risk – You should take that many steps daily

Research shows that physical activity is particularly important for staying healthy, especially in old age. With exercise, you can even lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease. You do not have to spend your time doing sports. Already regular walking helps. The main thing is that you come to a certain number of steps. As a rule of thumb for everyday …

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The role of harmful defense cells in multiple sclerosis

Researchers at the University of Zurich have identified those defense cells that are likely to play a key role in multiple sclerosis (MS). The MS-typical T-helper cells move from the blood to the central nervous system, where they cause inflammation and damage the nerve cells. Their discovery opens up new possibilities for monitoring and treating MS. New study discovers suspicious …

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Light sail sends photos of the globe

Reading time: approx. 2 minutes The globe on July 7, 2019 overlooking the Caribbean towards Central America. North is in the picture above. The blue-green coloration around the Bahamas can be seen at the 1 o'clock position. The lower right corner shows a lens reflection. Click on the center of the picture for an enlarged view. Copyright: The Planetary Society …

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Circulatory disorders are not always harmless

If symptoms such as white fingers or leg pain accumulate, sufferers should seek the advice of a doctor. Circulatory disorders can also be harbingers of a life-threatening disease. White fingers and pain in the leg or foot are typical symptoms of a circulatory disorder. If they happen occasionally and go off quickly, you do not have to worry. If the …

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Monitor chronic diseases with tattoos?

Tattoos Can Monitor Various Biomarkers Would not it be beneficial if tattoos could help monitor chronic diseases such as diabetes and kidney disease in real time? Researchers have now developed tattoos that change color when the blood sugar, albumin or pH changes. In the current investigation by the Technical University of Munich, researchers have tested newly developed tattoos which, in …

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45-year-old woman almost died after scratching a cat

Woman loses a finger after scratching a cat and floats in mortal danger In the UK, a woman lost a finger after getting a dangerous infection from a cat's scratch. The 45-year-old even had luck in misfortune. The doctors told the patient that she could have lost her whole hand or even died. Happiness in misfortune According to media reports, …

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