Extreme increase in diabetes cases in Germany predicts that more and more people in Germany are developing diabetes. According to current projections, the number of people with type 2 diabetes in Germany will increase to up to twelve million by 2040. As the number of people with diabetes increases a few years ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) forecast that the number of adult diabetics per year 2025 is expected to surpass 700 million worldwide.
Allergen not specified: department store chain calls back speculoos The Dutch department store chain HEMA has started a recall for a batch of butter speculaas roll. There is an incorrect label on the product of the company, which also has branches in Germany, on which the allergen soy is not specified.
Antibiotic-resistant germs: always wash raw food and salad thoroughly Healthy salads are an important part of a balanced diet. However, they should always be washed well before consumption and ideally freshly prepared. Care should be taken with pre-cut products from the supermarket.
New Schizophrenia Treatment Approach Discovered American researchers have recently found evidence that certain brain development processes, predominantly occurring during puberty, have occurred excessively in people with schizophrenia. This leads to structural abnormalities in the brain that are suspected of triggering schizophrenia.
Plastic foreign bodies in chicken snacks: manufacturer calls “Knusper Dinos” back The company Sprehe Geflügel- und Tiefkühlfeinkost Handels GmbH & Co. KG is calling back the frozen product “Knusper Dinos” with the name “GUT & GÜNSTIG” in the 400 gram pack. The chicken snack offered primarily by Edeka and Marktkauf could contain foreign plastics.
How to reduce your risk of dementia Many older people develop dementia during their lifetime. Researchers have now found that a healthy lifestyle significantly reduces the risk of dementia, even if people are genetically predisposed to such diseases, and a recent study by the University of Exeter Medical School and the University of Oxford found that our lifestyle was great Has an impact on the risk of dementia, even if there is a genetic predisposition to dementia in humans.