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Heart attacks and strokes: risk halved by taking two naps a week

Does short extra sleep protect against heart attacks and strokes? One or two small naps a week seem to reduce the risk of a heart attack and stroke by almost half. According to the latest study by the University Hospital of Lausanne, one or two naps in the Week protect people from heart attacks and strokes.
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Blue fingers - causes and therapies

If our fingers turn blue or bluish, this is due to a lack of oxygen supply, especially in Raynaud's syndrome or acrocyanosis, i.e. a vascular spasm. The arteries contract as the veins expand: the oxygen-poor blood in the veins shows up as a blue color.
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Permission to sell dangerous food supplement granted

Food supplements: Toxic products can come onto the market in an uncontrolled manner No approval is required for food supplements in Germany to bring them onto the market. However, such preparations require official approval. Reporters are now showing that sometimes highly toxic products can get onto the market in an uncontrolled manner.
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Parkinson's: Signs can be seen 20 years before the outbreak

Breakthrough in the diagnosis of Parkinson's researchers at King's College London have now announced that they have identified the earliest signs of Parkinson's disease that appear 15 to 20 years before the first symptoms of the disease, and the latest investigation by King's College London found that the earliest Signs of Parkinson's in the brain can be found 15 to 20 years before the first symptoms appear.
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Cancer risk fatty liver: reversible with early detection

Diet and exercise can prevent and heal fatty liver. The liver suffers quietly and quietly. A fatty liver is usually an accident on ultrasound. It is triggered by an unhealthy lifestyle, too much alcohol and little exercise. The fatty liver is considered a trigger for malignant cancer.
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