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Hip-hop therapy can emotionally rebuild mentally ill children
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Hip-hop therapy can emotionally rebuild mentally ill children

Self-confidence and self-confidence through own rap music The University Hospital Dresden is currently organizing a summer workshop for mentally ill children from the clinic for child and adolescent psychiatry. In the bi-weekly workshop, creative rap videos are to be created that represent an important part of the therapy.

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Placebo effect examined - why does sham medicine work?

Scientifically proven power of self-healing Apparent medication without active ingredients can relieve pain and support healing processes if patients do not know that they have been given placebo. Why this works has so far remained largely unclear. A German-American team of researchers has now carried out a study to investigate which physical mechanisms are responsible for the pain-relieving effects of the dummy medicines.
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Lose weight: saying loud no makes you thinner

Resist temptations: saying no can help you lose weight Many people who want to reduce their weight are often only partially successful because they too often cannot resist delicious temptations. A study has now shown what can help in such cases: If you are tormented by the desire for delicacies, you should simply say “No” out loud.
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Lung cancer: Mortality rate among women will soon reach a critical level

Lung cancer is on the rise among women Researchers have now found that deaths in women with lung cancer will increase by half before 2030. Among other things, this is due to the behavior of tobacco companies, because their advertising is often targeted precisely at women.The UIC Barcelona researchers found in their current study that deaths from lung cancer among women will increase dramatically by 2030.
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Sport protects mental health - but too much harm!

Why does physical activity protect mental health? Researchers have now found that exercising regularly three to five times a week can help improve mental health. However, too much exercise can be harmful, and the scientists at internationally recognized Yale University found in their current study that regular exercise can improve mental health.
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Transplantation: Artificial lung from the laboratory successfully transplanted for the first time

Can we get a new lung from the laboratory in the future? In many countries around the world, patients are waiting for a lung transplant and there are simply no donor lungs to meet this need. In the future, patients could get their new lungs from the lab, and scientists from the University of Texas Medical Branch and the internationally recognized Harvard University have now developed biotechnological lungs that could be used as an organ for lung transplantation.
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Bad breath: Ginger quickly removes bad breath

Naturally fresh breath thanks to the traditional medicinal plant ginger-ginger is healthy. It is not for nothing that ginger was awarded the medicinal plant of 2018. Numerous studies prove the diverse medical fields of application. The medicinal plant relieves nausea, works against colds, prevents a feeling of fullness and has pain-relieving effects.
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Extreme heat affects MS patients

Why the summer heat is so troublesome for MS sufferers The sweaty heat wave causes enormous health problems for many people. People with multiple sclerosis are particularly affected. Experts explain why this is and what can be done about it.Contaminable Central Nervous System DiseaseMultiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common inflammatory central nervous system disease.
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New internet therapy can also help against severe depression

Effective depression therapy for at home As a recent study reports, internet-based psychological therapy measures are a useful concept for the treatment of depression. The format is suitable even for those who show severe symptoms. According to the study authors, there is no patient group that cannot benefit from internet treatment.
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Healthy nutrition: Overcome stress thanks to fiber

How does consuming high-fiber food work? Researchers have now found that eating high-fiber food reduces stress in the body. Consumption also prevents food and bacteria from the intestine from getting into the blood.The University College Cork scientists found in their current study that eating high-fiber food reduces stress in the body.
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Obesity and obesity: How brown fat turns into harmful white fat

Important factor in the development of obesity-associated inflammation discovered A few months ago, a study was published that showed that people with a significantly higher proportion of brown fat do not become overweight despite a higher food intake. As a team of researchers has now found, this fat also plays an essential role in the development of obesity-associated inflammation.
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