The more steps a day, the lower the blood pressure

Smartwatches are also used for research: scientists at the University of San Francisco have to pay the correlations between the daily recorded Step, and the blood pressure examined and observed that individuals with higher step numbers in the average, a lower blood pressure than those who were less to foot. 638 study participants were measured daily with a Smartwatch of […]

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A curfew has side effects

This weekend we are all on a trial basis. We do what is required by the Chancellor from us? We stay at home? We keep ourselves from others? Or, we will celebrate the beginning of spring, as usual, go out, meet people, make Party? From the Chancellery, it means that the government will carefully watch what we do, especially on […]

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Australia: Distance? Incorrect display

Many people still understand not quite, as highly infectious is the novel Coronavirus, or a spread of the Virus with rather small consequences. At least So it seems when you watch people on the famous Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia. Still, almost every visitor to realize here is that this is actually correct. “It’s not Ideal definitely. It is worrying […]

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10 Boundaries That Are Essential To Set For A Happy, Healthy Relationship

The catch? Every couple is different, meaning what works for some won’t fly with others. Here, via Reddit, 10 women share their non-negotiables. Consider this inspo. 1. “You can pee in front of each other at any time, but shitting is reserved for extreme emergency situations only.” [via] 5. “Respect for privacy. It’s OK to just check in before posting online […]

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Blood pressure for older people is less dangerous?

A lower blood pressure is generally considered to be unproblematic. A large study from England now comes to the conclusion that the mortality rate for persons aged 75 years or older with a blood pressure under 130/80 mmHg higher than persons with somewhat higher values. This was particularly true in frail persons. An upper (systolic) blood was associated pressure value […]

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Corona-the fear among politicians: Seehofer, Merkel refused the handshake

Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared on Monday to have at the start of the integration summit in Berlin forget: In times of Coronavirus, the following applies: avoid physical contact, so no shaking hands. Fortunately, the Minister Horst Seehofer showed on the inside of the hat, and so there were no serious complications. But there is a first confirmed Corona case in […]

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Pregnancy: Makes fruit babies smart?

A few years ago, researchers have found that babies whose mothers had eaten during pregnancy a lot of fruits, have a better perception. From the investigation would not conclude that fruit consumption was the cause of it. New studies with rats show now: The offspring of mother animals that had received fruit juice, cut off in a memory test. Baby […]

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