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Imminent infection wave: it starts with flu-like symptoms: Hanta virus spreads 1

Imminent infection wave: it starts with flu-like symptoms: Hanta virus spreads

The influenza epidemic, which was rife in Germany in early 2019, seemed already over. But now threatens a new virus. It is transmitted by a cute rodent. It usually starts as a normal flu. Symptoms: high fever, headache, in addition to aches, but also back and abdominal pain. If all these symptoms appear together, they …

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Surprisingly simple tips to keep the brain in shape 2

Surprisingly simple tips to keep the brain in shape

A minimum of drive improves the memory function A minimum of exercise can help with health and memory, as shown by scientific studies. As researchers at the University of California at Irvine (UCI) and Japan's Tsukuba University have discovered, even very light workouts increase connectivity between the parts of the brain responsible for training and …

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With air removed for miles 3

With air removed for miles

Until now, aerial transport of pesticides was considered a small-scale problem. But more and more people are showing that some of the active ingredients can be driven at varying speeds. Stéphanie Schnydrig 30.5.2019, 20:48 The overall impact of pesticides in the air should not be underestimated. (Photo: Arno Balzarini / Keystone) Pesticides never land only …

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Sunscreen and Babies with Sun Cream - Dermatologist Interview • WOMAN.AT 5

Sunscreen and Babies with Sun Cream – Dermatologist Interview • WOMAN.AT

Babies should always stay in the shade and wear UV clothing. Istockphoto.com In the network, we read again and again that it should be used with babies under one year old always without sunscreen, because the contained materials can enter the body without being filtered. "A very dangerous myth," says Dr. Tamara Kopp, dermatologist in …

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Health: Burnout recognized for the first time by the WHO as a disease 8

Health: Burnout recognized for the first time by the WHO as a disease

WHO recognizes for the first time that burnout is a disease For decades, the medical community has been questioning whether burnout should be recognized as an illness. The World Health Organization (WHO) has now decided: Yes! – and recognizes for the first time the phenomenon as a disease due to "chronic stress in the workplace". …

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Investigations against a leading biohacker | Technology Review 9

Investigations against a leading biohacker | Technology Review

Josiah Zayner became famous with dubious personal attempts. He is now accused of practicing illegal medicine. Josiah Zayner knows how to play the game. The former NASA scientist, with his distinctive piercings and spiky hairstyle, has made a name for himself on social media and makes a living selling genetic engineering kits to other pirates …

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Why the city is better for bees - Switzerland: Standard 10

Why the city is better for bees – Switzerland: Standard

She pulls the beekeeper's hat, the gloves leave her. Anna Hochreutener, a tall 35-year-old green-sneaker woman, climbs onto the flat roof of the Riesbach community center in Zurich Seefeldquartier. She takes care of her bees. The morning is cool, six degrees, almost nothing is flying. Inside hives, however, he purrs. "They are hardworking," says Hochreutener. …

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