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Exercise and diets for diabetes
Exercise and diets for diabetes

Young people are also getting diabetes more and more The number of diabetes cases has increased significantly in recent years. In addition to the demographic change, this has a lot to do with the lifestyle of the population, the experts explained at the 17th diabetic day, which this year was themed "Movement from a medical and practical point of view".

Mutant butterflies in Fukushima
Mutant butterflies in Fukushima

Malformations in butterflies after the Fukushima nuclear disaster Japanese scientists at Ryukyu University in Okinawa have found an accumulation of malformations in butterflies after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Almost a year and a half after the meltdown, more than half of the region's butterflies have mutations such as deformed wings or eyes.

24 hour smoke-free lowers heart attack risk
24 hour smoke-free lowers heart attack risk

The risk of heart attack decreases after 24 hours of abstinence The risk of suffering a heart attack decreases significantly after a 24 hour stop of smoking. The body reacts in a short time to the decrease in the intake of harmful tobacco substances. Those who persevere continuously reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Laboratory tests prove homeopathic potencies
Laboratory tests prove homeopathic potencies

Homeopathy research Laboratory tests prove the effectiveness of homeopathic potencies: "The more complex the organism, the clearer the reaction to homeopathic drugs" There is a fundamental contradiction between physics and homeopathy: If the highly diluted and shaken homeopathic medicines - the so-called potencies - work, today's physics is largely wrong.

Students support Leipzig Rector
Students support Leipzig Rector

Occupation of the rectorate at the HTWK-Leipzig ended: Students support elected rector with protest actionWith the occupation of the rectorate at the University of Economics, Technology and Culture (HTWK) in Leipzig, students responded to the refusal of the Saxon Ministry of Science in January 2011 Appointed elected Rector Renate Lieckfeldt as an election officer, responded.

Study: More and more extremely fat in Germany
Study: More and more extremely fat in Germany

According to a study by the Federal Ministry of Health, more and more people in Germany are suffering from massive excess weight. The authors report that one in four overweight people is now affected by obesity. In addition to genetic predispositions, lack of exercise and unhealthy nutrition are the main reasons for developing obesity.

Signs of low blood sugar
Signs of low blood sugar

Diabetes: signs of hypoglycaemia, tremors, excessive sweating, restlessness and nervousness are the first visible signs of hypoglycemia in diabetes patients. If diabetics do not immediately consume sugar (especially dextrose) or are injected with hormonal antagonists of the insulin glucagon, the condition of the affected person becomes increasingly worse.

Gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity?
Gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity?

Gluten intolerance or sensitivity to gluten? The range of foods advertised to be gluten-free has become huge. More and more people are turning to such goods with the belief that gluten is not good for their health. For many people, this step is unnecessary and can make diagnosis of serious diseases more difficult.

Gaißach specialist clinic evacuated due to swine flu
Gaißach specialist clinic evacuated due to swine flu

Swine flu: specialist clinic will be completely evacuated by Wednesday After a ten-year-old boy became infected with swine flu during a course of treatment at the Gaißach specialist clinic and died of the consequences of the disease, the clinic was initially evacuated infected with swine flu and had died of the consequences of the disease.

Lung cancer can be sniffed out
Lung cancer can be sniffed out

An important step in the early detection of lung cancer: Specially trained laboratory mice can sniff out lung cancer. Can early cancer of the lung be diagnosed soon with a urine test? Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers. Every year, around 1.3 million people die of bronchial cancer worldwide.

New case of bovine tuberculosis in the Allgäu
New case of bovine tuberculosis in the Allgäu

74 other animals killed due to bovine TBC Infected animals have already been reported in 21 farms in the Oberallgäu district. A total of 74 animals showed a positive TBC test result. The affected cattle were killed.

World Cancer Day: Prevent liver cell cancer
World Cancer Day: Prevent liver cell cancer

World Cancer Day: Prevent liver cell cancer through regular liver value checks27.01.2014On the occasion of World Cancer Day on February 4th, the German Liver Foundation urges regular control of liver values. Around 50,000 people die in Germany every year from the consequences of liver cirrhosis and around 8.