Combat AIDS: HIV testing week in Bavaria

[ad_1] According to the Bavarian Ministry of Health, there are still too many people living with HIV in a free state without knowing it. Often, between the virus infection and the diagnosis of the doctor can pass years. AIDS infections: especially young people at risk Therefore, it is important to test, said Health Minister Melanie … Read more

Big genetic taboo break – derStandard.at

[ad_1] A few weeks ago, the last book of physicists Stephen Hawking, who died in March, was published. Under the title "Short Answers to Big Questions," the world's most famous scientist, during his life, dealt with some of the greatest challenges of mankind. These include new possibilities for direct interference with human DNA. Hawking's warning: … Read more

Does obesity increase asthma risk? : Scientists discover the link between excessive pounds and respiratory diseases

[ad_1] Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases in children. © Nagy Bagoly Ilona / Thought Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases in children. The affected person responds to certain triggers such as allergens, infections or chemical stimuli with acute spasm and bronchial constriction. The resulting dyspnea may be life-threatening. … Read more

With these applications you can easily walk through the cold

[ad_1] country pharmacy A great collection of complaints, remedies and prescriptions provides applications country pharmacy, Several hundred complaints and countless recipes can be found here. Relatively playful design applications come with a lot of features. If we search for recipes, we can search for and sort them for complaints or folders. Even natural cosmetics can … Read more

Diabetes Children's Fight Free printing

[ad_1] Climbing, dancing, athletics – 14-year-old Michelle Reinhardt of Coswig loves movement and sporting challenges. But she must be careful. In diabetic patients like her, exertion quickly leads to hypoglycemia. And it can be life-threatening. She knows the risk because she has had this illness for seven years. "Michelle can very well manage her life," … Read more

Hochsaison für Erkältungen und Grippe: Tipps für den Winter

[ad_1] BEZIRK SCHEIBBS. Es ist wieder soweit, gerade jetzt im Herbst und Winter sind die Erkältung und die Grippe am Vormarsch. Der Kopf brummt, der Hals kratzt und die Nase läuft: Ein paar Grundregeln helfen, die natürlichen Schutzschilde des Körpers zu stärken. Alle Jahre wieder: Der Winter naht, wird wieder kalt und ungemütlich. Krankheitserreger haben … Read more

Diabetes Type 2: Wer sich anne regel hält, bekommt Blutzuckerwerte in den Griff

[ad_1] Die meisten Diabetiker sind am Diabetes Type 2 erkrankt. Sie müssen nicht gleich Tabletten schlucken oder Insulin spritzen. Allein durch folgende einfache Maßnahme können Betroffene normal Blutzuckerwerte erreichen. Menschen mit Diabetes Type 2 haben gute Chancen, ihre Krankheit durch eine Ernährungsumstellung und mehr Bewegung in den Griff zu bekommen. Übergewichtige Diabetiker sollten vor allem … Read more

Diabetes: Insulin requirements are rising around the world

[ad_1] / skyfotostock, stock.adobe.com Palo Alto – Global diabetes epidemic increases insulin demand. Need for calculations in Diabetes and lancet endocrinology (2018; doi: 10.1016 / S2213-8587 (18) 30303-6) will increase by 20% by 2030. All people with type 1 diabetes need to inject insulin if they want to survive. People with Type 2 diabetes are … Read more

Depression promotes atrial fibrillation lustaufsleben.at

[ad_1] Mental problems often affect the heart. According to a study by Aarhus University, depressed people are at increased risk of atrial fibrillation. According to a team led by Morten Fenger-Grøn, the drugs are not responsible for the frequent occurrence of this disease in depression. According to the research leader, it is well known that … Read more

Researchers from Tübingen reveal the secret strategy of multidrug-resistant bacteria

[ad_1] Please note the claim period until Wednesday, 21 November 2018, 19:00 CET / 18:00 London Time Researchers at the University of Tübingen and the German Research Center for Infectious Disease (DZIF) have made a breakthrough in decoding micro-organisms resistant to multiple diseases. The team, led by Professor Andreas Peschel and Professor Thila Stehle, has … Read more