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Bacteria detection: Admission freeze at Tübingen's premature baby station
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Bacteria detection: Admission freeze at Tübingen's premature baby station

University Hospital Tübingen imposes admission freeze - several children colonized with bacteria After several children in the premature ward at the University Hospital Tübingen were found to be colonized with bacteria of the genus Enterobacter aerogenes, the hospital imposed an admission freeze and initiated other measures to prevent the spread of the pathogens.

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Better lose weight: Belly fat affects our mental functions

How does an increased amount of belly fat affect you? Obesity and obesity can lead to various health problems. Researchers have now found that higher levels of belly fat are associated with reduced cognitive function, and Trinity College Dublin researchers found in their current study that higher levels of belly fat were associated with reduced cognitive functions in Irish adults over 60 years of age .
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High-speed internet often leads to sleep disorders

Does the speed of our internet affect sleep? Can access to high-speed internet have a negative impact on sleeping habits? Researchers have now found that people with high-speed internet access (so-called high-speed internet) are more likely to suffer from sleep problems.
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Health: Does cold food and drinks make sense in the current summer heat?

Why cooling down with a delicious ice cream is not a good idea In Germany, temperatures of almost 40 degrees Celsius are currently being reached in some places. Cooling is urgently needed. Many therefore cool their drinks with ice cubes or treat themselves to a delicious ice cream. But even if such drinks and food are cold, they can be counterproductive when it comes to cooling.
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These bacteria can affect the skin barrier in neurodermatitis

Staphylococci: Can bacteria affect the skin barrier in neurodermatitis? It has long been known that certain bacteria on the skin of people with neurodermatitis are particularly common. It is also known that the skin's barrier function suffers from the disease. Scientists have now researched how this could be connected.
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Are Crocodiles the Key to Treating Arthritis and Joint Injuries?

No more joint problems soon thanks to crocodiles? Many people at an older age suffer from arthritis or joint problems. Researchers have now found that crocodiles appear to hold the key to treating joint injuries and arthritis, and Central Queensland University scientists found in their current study that crocodiles could improve the treatment of joint injuries and arthritis.
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Studies: Can drinking occasional beer keep your heart and brain in shape?

Study Results: Beer is Good for Health Excessive alcohol consumption is unhealthy. But if you treat yourself to a beer every now and then, you are obviously doing something good for your health: As researchers found in a study, the moderate consumption of beer, thanks to various ingredients, brings health benefits for the heart and brain.
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This is how fennel becomes milder

Season for fennel: anise aroma becomes milder when heatedThe Italians have many recipes for their beloved fennel. In German kitchens, too, the tuber is increasingly being served on the table. However, the anise-like taste is not for everyone. If you have to get used to the sweet aroma, you can combine the fennel with other vegetables such as tomatoes and peppers.
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So just delete pain

Breaking the vicious circle: therapy options to erase the pain memory While a majority of Germans only struggle with complaints in the back, knees or other parts of the body for two, around 16 million people suffer from persistent, chronic stress. The so-called pain memory is to blame.
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With a varied diet, the risk of obesity increases

Can a varied diet have disadvantages for weight? Many people try to eat a balanced diet, which includes a wide range of foods, for improved health and a normal body weight. But researchers have now found that a varied diet leads to higher calorie consumption and an increased risk of obesity.
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Warning allergy: Bee and wasp stings can also be life-threatening

Life-threatening consequences: Danger from bee and wasp stings should not be underestimated Bee and wasp stings are painful, but usually not too dramatic. However, they can sometimes be life-threatening for people with insect bite allergies. Allergy sufferers can prevent: Hyposensitization is usually successful.
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