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Sore throat: are there viruses or bacteria behind it?

Sore throat: How bacterial and viral infections can be differentiated Sore throat is a common symptom of infections of the upper respiratory tract. They often announce colds and flu. Either viruses or bacteria can be responsible for the symptoms. A general practitioner explains how you can tell what type of pathogen it is.
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Hair loss due to too much work stress - study shows connection

Do stress and long hours lead to hair loss? If men work very long regularly, this increases their likelihood of developing hair loss massively. Working too long a week causes the hair loss in men to double, and research by the Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine in Seoul found that working too long in men promotes hair loss and baldness.
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Many dietary supplements contain risky, unapproved active pharmaceutical ingredients

Dietary supplements with dangerous side effects? Many people use so-called dietary supplements. A study shows that nearly 800 nutritional supplements that have been sold in recent years contain unapproved drug ingredients, and the California Department of Public Health scientists found in their latest analysis that nearly 800 nutritional supplements in recent years have contained unapproved drug ingredients.
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Rheumatism: Increased risk of heart attacks and strokes

Preventive examinations for rheumatism In Germany, around 20 million people suffer from rheumatic disease. According to experts, rheumatism patients have an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack and stroke. Those affected are therefore advised to undergo regular preventive examinations.
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This bad habit leads to obesity in children

Why are our children getting fatter? Many children are increasingly having problems with their weight. Of course, nutrition plays an important role here, but lifestyle also has an impact that should not be underestimated. The researchers found that television is the most commonly associated with childhood obesity among all lifestyle factors.
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