Der Kampf der Diabetes-Kinder | Freie Presse

[ad_1] Klettern, Tanzen, Leichtathletik – the 14-year-old Michelle Reinhardt aus Coswig liebt die Bewegung und sportliche Herausforderungen. Doch sie muss vorsichtig damit sein. Denn bei Diabeteskranken wie ihr Führt Anstrengung schnell zur Unterzuckerung. Und das kann lebensbedrohlich sein. Sie kennt das Risiko, denn seit Sieben Jahre's six sie diese Krankheit. "Michelle kann ihr Leben schon … Read more

Depression promotes atrial fibrillation

[ad_1] Psychiatric problems often affect the heart. According to the Aarhus University study, depressed people have an increased risk of atrial fibrillation. According to Morten Fenger-Grøn's team, medicines are not responsible for the presence of this disease in depression. According to the research director, it is well known that there is a connection between the … Read more

Tübingen researchers reveal the strategy of stealing many bacteria resistant microbial bacteria

[ad_1] Please note that the date of birth is Wednesday, 21st November 2018, 19:00 CET / 18:00 London Time Researchers from the University of Tübingen and the German Infectious Detection Center (DZIF) have reached a breakthrough in decrypting multi-drug-resistant pathologies. Professor Andreas Peschelin and Professor Thilo Stehle's team were able to investigate the structure and … Read more

Less new cases due to regular tests

[ad_1] The translator seems to be successful. After numerous increases and falls, the number of new HIV infections in 2017 fell for the first 500 times. According to the Federal Public Health Agency, the policy of preventing the last years has contributed to this. 20.11.2018, 9:27 clock It begins with an HIV test: only those … Read more

When does it pose a risk to our heart?

[ad_1] What are the consequences of potassium and magnesium in the heart? Many people suffer from the lack of minerals, without knowing it. If, however, potassium and magnesium are missing, this can have dramatic effects on our health, warns of the German Heart Foundation in a recent publication. Because of increased risk, your doctor needs … Read more

Can the meat be infected with antibiotics?

[ad_1] The idea is somehow obvious. Antibiotics and their decreasing efficacy are quickly prompted by the question: What role does this farming have in? 71 tons of antibiotics used annually in Austria are used for 44.4% of animals. The next question is the following: Is meat intended for factory manufacture containing antibiotics that consume consumers? … Read more

Use vitamin D to promote performance and endurance

[ad_1] Silvia Aeschbach, 17 November 2018 Even in a cool season, it's important to stay outdoors often enough. Photo: iStock When the body receives enough sunlight-a sufficient amount of UVB radiation-it usually produces enough vitamin D. However, if you are not (too) exposed to the sun, for example, in the fall and winter, when the … Read more

Growth in Case Number: The WHO is reporting a malaria report

[ad_1] Maputo (AP) – About 400,000 people die each year as a result of malaria infection. Mosquito-fighting is difficult, especially in Africa. This afternoon, the World Health Organization (WHO) will present its new annual report on the fight against malaria in Mozambique. WHO has warned for some time that disease has spread again after many … Read more

After the influenza bar is before the influenza epidemic

[ad_1] By Sabine Strobl Soon the influenza viruses circulate widely. This is a tricky thing: you do not know in what order and composition they are visible and how much they differ from the previous year. Since current vaccination is based on previous experience, speculation is always involved in their development. Particularly difficult to estimate … Read more