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New drug is said to stop age-related poor eyesight

New hope for people with macular degeneration Around seven million people in Germany suffer from age-related macular degeneration. This degenerative disease of the eye is by far the most common cause of blindness and a common reason why we can see less and less with age.
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Diet: poor school performance without breakfast

School children rarely had breakfast on school days, they achieved lower results on important final exams, according to a recent study, and the University of Leeds' recent study found that child meal waivers were negative Can have an impact on school grades.
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Positive stress works against inflammatory bowel disease

With intestinal inflammation such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, positive stress protects the intestine. A new study has now found that the same signals that damage the intestinal wall can also protect it. This means: Inflammatory bowel diseases develop when the balance tilts. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases increase.
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How do babies learn?

Surprises influence learning in babies How learning processes take place in the brain is a phenomenon that has been widely studied, but most research is limited to adults. In a current study, researchers from the Institute of Applied Psychology at the University of Vienna, the Free University of Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences have now investigated which processes in the brains of babies are activated during learning processes.
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