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Even 30 years after Chernobyl: Many fungi are highly radioactive

Mushrooms in parts of Germany are still radioactively contaminated Many Germans are currently drawn to meadows and forests to collect tasty mushrooms there. However, caution is required here: Some types of fungi are still heavily radioactive contaminated more than three decades after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
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Study: How does yoga work against depression?

Study examines the effects of yoga in patients with depression The positive effects of yoga exercises on health have been widely investigated, with stress reduction and the effects on the cardiovascular system frequently being the focus of research interest. Individual examinations have also shown indications of a positive effect in patients with depression, but so far there are no scientifically reliable findings.
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Pharmacists are releasing fewer and fewer antibiotics

Proper use can prevent resistance Pharmacists in public pharmacies in Bremen are giving fewer and fewer antibiotics to their patients - in 2015, around 24 fewer than ten years earlier. This resulted in an analysis of prescriptions for those insured by law by the German Medicinal Products Institute.
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Are there no new neurons in the adult brain?

No new neurons in adults In recent decades, various studies have concluded that we still form nerve cells in adulthood, which raised hopes for new therapeutic approaches against Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases. However, in a current study, researchers come to the conclusion that the production of neurons - the so-called neurogenesis - decreases sharply after early development and comes to a standstill until adulthood.
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