Duogynon - application and effectsDuogynon is a medication from Schering that was used in Germany in the 1960s and 1970s both as a pregnancy test and for the treatment of missed menstrual periods. It was available as an injection and dragee form. Although a British study in 1967 linked Duogynon to malformations during pregnancy, it was still sold in Germany.
Superfood - a term that is now on everyone's lips. But what is behind it? Translated literally, the word means superfood. But are superfoods really that special or is this just another modern marketing term? In the following lines, the supposed all-rounders are examined in more detail, examples and their effects are given.
In the ancient Persian Empire, gardens were the epitome of life and survival. Hot summers followed cold winters, deserts and desert steppes were the core of Persia. The early gardens offered oases in the desert, protected by walls from sandstorms and wild animals, they shaped trees and water - more valuable than gold as protection from the heat.
Fragrant roses, aromatic lavender or lemon balm? A fragrance garden composes different smells so that they give a harmonious ensemble. Aromatic variety of plants not only bewitch our noses, but also serve to protect species: butterflies, bees and bumblebees are crazy about the fragrant plants.
Bird extinction stopped by habitat conservation and feeding According to Prof. Martin Kraft from Marburg, many media repeatedly report that year-round feeding is nonsensical. It is often said that only the bird species that are widespread are reached through feeding. The rare and migratory birds would have little chance of breeding.
Build an insect hotel yourself - This is how bees, bumblebees and wasps, butterflies and dragonflies are threatened in their existence. In addition to food plants, they lack shelter. We can help with so-called insect hotels, where we provide them with these nesting and winter spots. We offer bees, wasps and bumblebees with tubes from 2.5 mm to 1 cm in size.
Who is considered a refugee? Refugees are people who are forced to give up their home country or current place of life because of an emergency in order to seek temporary or permanent protection in another region. Frequent reasons that trigger an escape are wars, civil wars, environmental disasters, political persecution, violent conflicts, religious conflicts and extreme poverty without prospects.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZWhat is foodwatch? The foodwatch consumer advocacy group advocates consumer rights and provides independent research and analysis in the food industry to identify potential violations or practices that are hostile to consumers. The aim of foodwatch is that companies produce perfect food and market it honestly.
The aircraft noise debate Rising passenger numbers in aviation, construction projects and constantly new flight routes make aircraft noise an increased (health) problem. When talking about aircraft noise, it is generally about the subject of noise pollution, which is also influenced, for example, by busy roads and rail traffic.
Is eating meat healthy? Hardly any food is as controversial as meat. Even if the facts from health, environmentally conscious and moral aspects speak for a significant reduction in meat consumption, many people do not let their meat be taken every day. In fact, meat effectively supplies the body with iron, high quality protein and valuable vitamin B12.
Pain in the Achilles tendon is a typical sports injury The Achilles tendon is both the thickest and the strongest tendon in the human body. It is mainly used when the foot is pushed off the ground and is permanently exposed to large loads. Many sports, such as running, playing tennis and soccer, often cause irritation and subsequent Achilles tendon pain.
Fitness tracker as motivation for more exercise? Fitness trackers, also called activity trackers, health wristbands or smart bands, are small electronic devices, often in the form of a wristband, that record data about the physical condition or activity. Depending on the device, users receive information such as distances covered, number of steps, calories burned, heart rate, resting heart rate, an analysis of the quality of sleep and meters of altitude overcome.
How high is meat consumption in Germany? The meat consumption per capita in Germany from 2000 to 2017 was stable at around 60 kilograms per year. That equates to around 1.15 kilograms per person every week. The German Society for Nutrition (DGE) advises meat consumption of no more than 300 to 600 grams per week.
The definition of fitness The term fitness summarizes general well-being and performance in everyday life. It is not clearly defined what exactly belongs to fitness and what does not. Fitness is therefore often used as a fashion term and interpreted differently by different people.
The effect of fentanylThe active ingredient fentanyl belongs to the synthetic opioids and is used as a strong pain reliever for anesthesia, in emergency medicine and for the treatment of acute and chronic pain. The effect is extremely strong and sets in very quickly. Fentanyl is about a hundred times stronger than morphine.
Eating fish is part of a healthy diet Eating fish is not only popular but also healthy. Many sea creatures are rich in nutrients such as proteins, vitamins and minerals. Fish also contain health-promoting fatty acids such as omega-3 and sea fish in particular are considered a good source of iodine.
What are fats? Fats are part of the basis of the daily diet. The German Nutrition Society (DGE) recommends that 25 to 30 percent of the diet should consist of fats, which corresponds to about 60 to 80 grams of fat per day. However, there are large qualitative differences in fats. In addition to animal and vegetable fats, fats can also be divided into saturated, unsaturated and polyunsaturated.
White adipose tissue When we speak of fat, it primarily means adipose tissue, which is part of the connective tissue and can appear in various parts of the body. Three different forms of adipose tissue are known. These include white, beige and brown adipose tissue. The most common is the white adipose tissue.
Fine dust - generation Fine dust is the smallest particle that is carried by the air. Depending on local conditions, this dust can come from natural or man-made sources. Natural sources are rock dust, fungal spores, pollen, sea salt, ash from volcanic eruptions or carbon compounds from bush and forest fires, which are caused by erosion.
Again and again a wrong doctor ends up in court Doctors have a high priority in our society. However, there are always cases around the world in which people pretend to have completed medical training without actually having acquired the necessary knowledge and skills.
Fascia Definition Connective tissue structures that run through the whole body are called fascia. The fascia includes joint and organ capsules, ligaments and tendons. The fasciae are divided into three layers: superficial, deep and visceral fasciae. Superficial fasciae are located in the subcutaneous tissue and enclose organs, glands and neurovascular conduits.