Research: Anxiety sits in the island cortex of the brain Many people suffer from anxiety disorders, which put a lot of strain on them in everyday life and can also cause physical complaints. However, how fear and fear arise in the brain and influence our behavior is still unclear. Researchers suspect that the island's cortex plays an important role in this.
Study shows that birth control pills also affect olfactory performance Scientific studies have shown that birth control pills not only prevent pregnancy, but also have a different effect on the female body. Austrian researchers have now found that the contraceptive also has an impact on the olfactory performance.
Steer clear of men's hands: women wash their hands more often and thoroughly Washing their hands thoroughly is one of the most important measures to protect themselves against diseases such as flu or the common cold. But above all, the strong gender obviously doesn't take hygiene very seriously. According to a recent study, women wash their hands more often and more thoroughly than men.
Federal Constitutional Court approves cut in 2011 in Schleswig-Holstein Halving the blind allowance for adults 2011 in Schleswig-Holstein from 400 to 200 euros per month did not violate the basic rights of blind people. The decision of the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe in a on Wednesday, 28.
Tobacco consumption continues to kill millions every year, and smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death in the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), measures to combat tobacco use are starting to show signs of success, but seven million people worldwide still die each year as a result.