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Study: could nanoparticles force cancer cells to self-destruct?

Cancer that destroys itself with the help of nanoparticles - a utopia? Combating cancer has a very high priority in medical research. In Germany, cancer is the second leading cause of death after cardiovascular diseases. Cancer therapies are often a physical and psychological ordeal for those affected, since, for example, chemotherapy also affects healthy cells.
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Studies: Does whole foods help with depression?

Can depression be avoided by whole foods? Depression has a far-reaching impact on the lives of those affected and it is often difficult to treat them. Prevention is therefore of particular importance. According to a recent study, the risk of developing depression can apparently be significantly reduced by whole foods.
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EU mail-order pharmacies do not have to adhere to fixed prices

ECJ: Regulation impermissibly limits the free movement of goods Luxembourg (jur). The fixed price for prescription drugs has not existed in its current form. In any case, it is inadmissible for mail-order pharmacies in other EU countries, ruled on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg (Az.
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HPV vaccination: new recommendations for adolescents announced

RKI recommends HPV vaccinations for adolescent men The Standing Vaccination Commission (STIKO) at the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) regularly publishes vaccination recommendations based on current knowledge and research. The new recommendation is aimed particularly at the age group of young men between nine and 14 years.
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Current study: blood thinners can protect against dementia

Doctors find that taking blood thinners lowers the risk of dementia. A disease caused by dementia affects the lives of many elderly people around the world. Researchers have now found that so-called blood thinners, which are normally used to treat atrial fibrillation, also contribute to improved protection against dementia.
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Study: Green vegetable juice heals chronic gum infections

Leafy vegetables strengthen your teeth Up to now, leafy vegetables rich in nitrate have been considered problematic. This is confirmed by a recently published study. Nitrate from a commercially available vegetable juice can noticeably improve the course of chronic gum infections after just two weeks. Leafy greens such as rocket, spinach, chard and various leafy salads are among the most important sources of nitrate in human nutrition.
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