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Therapeutic sleep coaching to help with sleep disorders

Sleep disorders are not uncommon According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), over ten percent of all adults in Germany suffer from sleep disorders. They often feel that their sleep is not relaxing, or even permanently. Not only is this uncomfortable, it can also have health consequences.
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Verdict: Health insurance company has to cover costs for mother-child treatment

If a health insurance company takes too long to decide whether to apply for reimbursement for a mother-child cure, the application is considered “notionally approved”. If the medical service of the health insurance companies (MDK) is commissioned with the examination of the assumption of costs, the health insurance company has only five weeks to decide on the application, emphasized the State Social Court (LSG) of North Rhine-Westphalia in a recent decision of 27
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High levels of inflammation during pregnancy pose a risk to the baby

What are the consequences of increased inflammation levels during pregnancy? Inflammation levels can be increased during pregnancy due to various causes such as infections or stress. The effects of this on the unborn child were examined in a joint study by the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the University of California Irvine.
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WHO warns of the return of the plague

Dangerous epidemic: According to WHO, plague could spread further The plague is one of the most devastating epidemics in human history. Especially in the Middle Ages, the "Black Death" claimed millions of lives. Even today, epidemics continue to occur in some regions. The World Health Organization (WHO) is now warning that the plague currently occurring in Madagascar could spread further.
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