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Eye risk: what diabetics can do to protect eyesight

Diabetes with complications: How people can protect their eyes Diabetes can cause numerous complications. Among other things, eye diseases that can lead to blindness. Experts explain what can be done if the eyes are already damaged and also how those affected can protect their eyesight in advance.
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Young people's alcohol consumption has decreased pleasingly

Young people in Germany drink significantly less alcohol For a long time, alcohol consumption among young people in Germany was extremely worrying. Binge drinking and coma booze are the keywords that are used here. In the meantime, however, the trend has turned and fewer and fewer young people and young adults are prone to alcohol consumption, according to a recent study by the Federal Center for Health Education (BZgA).
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Appendicitis? If in doubt, prefer surgery

100,000 people have their appendix removed in Germany every year. In many of them the appendix is ​​not even inflamed. Few adults with an inflamed appendix keep the organ - antibiotics replace the operation.Infection on the appendix In the narrow sense, it is not the appendix, but the appendix, a rudimentary organ.
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Otolaryngologists give online consultation hours

Online video consultation started in North Rhine-Westphalia If you live a little further away from the next big city, you usually have to plan a lot of time to see the nearest specialist. When it comes to investigations, this cannot be avoided. But to discuss results or discuss the course of treatment with the doctor, a personal visit to the practice is not always necessary.
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Historical suffering: Researchers discover 350-year-old syphilis bacteria

The oldest syphilis bacterium discovered to date What has long not been considered possible has now been achieved by an international team of researchers with the participation of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Humanity. Scientists were able to recover three genomes of the syphilis bacterium Treponema pallidum from ancient human remains from the Mexican colonial period.
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