Eating chocolate EVERY DAY is good for your brain, scientists claim

While we enjoy eating chocolate as much as the next person, it normally comes with a hefty portion of guilt afterwards. But turns out there IS a benefit to indulging those sugar cravings as new research suggests consuming a small amount of the good stuff every day could improve cognitive ability.  Scientists from the University of L’Aquila in Italy found […]

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The liver suffers silently: liver disease, often without symptoms

Serious consequences in the case of fatty liver disease Very many people suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver. The diagnosis is commonplace in German medical practices. Almost every 3. Adults in Western countries suffer according to the German center for diabetes research (DZD) to this initially symptom-free disease. Without treatment, severe consequences, such as hypertension and type 2 Diabetes and cirrhosis […]

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After antibiotics: With the right foods, the intestinal flora re-build

So you can help the intestines after antibiotic intake Our gut Microbiome (gut flora) is made up of billions of beneficial bacteria. Thanks to numerous current research, it is increasingly clear that this Microbiome plays a crucial role for the health of the people. Against a number of bacterial antibiotics are used diseases. Just broad-spectrum antibiotics able to combat certain […]

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Health officials plan warning labels for painkillers to beat addiction

Health officials plan warning labels for painkillers to beat addiction risk and prevent a US-style opioid epidemic Health Secretary Matt Hancock unveils plans for new warning labels on opioids Opioid painkillers prescriptions increased from 14 to 23 million in ten years  At the same time, the number of codeine-related deaths more than doubled 11,500 people are admitted to hospital a year […]

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The Simple Diet Changes That Helped This Guy Lose Nearly 200 Pounds

Playing youth football growing up, Nicholas Latham was usually the biggest kid on the field. At six years old, he already weighed around 95 pounds. His weight struggles continued well into adulthood: By the time he turned 30, after a bit of yo-yo dieting, Latham peaked at nearly 430 pounds. Latham, now 32, who works as a warehouse manager in […]

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Even cave the bad nursing homes get a 1: That should change now

The well-being of the residents is in future to be in nursing homes at the center. If possible, without pressure ulcers and malnutrition to life-long mobile and self-determined. The new quality tests to ensure for the in-patient care, which will be introduced from November nationwide. "Thus, the previous care notes verschwinden&quot be;, the NRW health Minister Karl-Josef Laumann (CDU) explained […]

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