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That is why women freeze more than men
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That is why women freeze more than men

Why are women more sensitive to the cold? There are several scientifically proven reasons why women freeze more often and more than men, and women often have problems with being excessively cold. But what triggers this increased sensitivity to cold? There are actually several reasons why women are more susceptible to cold.

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Meditation for cardiovascular diseases?

Effects of meditation on cardiovascular health, according to a recent study, meditation appears to contribute to reduced cardiovascular risk. The prevention of cardiovascular diseases is another verifiable positive health effect of meditation. In previous studies, meditation has been associated with positive effects in various other diseases.
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Black raspberries reduce skin inflammation

Black raspberries to treat skin allergies? Eating black raspberries appears to reduce inflammation associated with skin allergies. This could be a natural way to treat contact hypersensitivity, a study by Ohio State University found that black raspberries can reduce inflammation associated with skin allergies.
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Carrots: Good for the skin and the heart

Carrots: Low-calorie and high-fiber Carrots are one of the most popular vegetables in Germany. In the kitchen, carrots are versatile and suitable for both sweet and hearty dishes. They not only score with their sweet taste, but also with numerous health-promoting ingredients.
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Diet: These foods improve the skin

Food for better skinHealthy eating is the best recipe for firm, young-looking skin. A nutritionist introduces the best foods to give your skin a healthy, youthful complexion, and Nicole Hopsecger is a licensed nutritionist at the renowned Cleveland Clinic in the United States.
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Nutrition: new guideline 2020 - eat so healthy

According to the guideline, a healthy diet looks like our daily diet is increasingly linked to the development of widespread common diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart diseases. Many people do not know the basics of a healthy diet and eat really sick over the years.
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Alcohol: Even small amounts after exercise can have fatal effects

Alcohol and sport don't go together Whoever exhausts and sweats properly during sport naturally has thirst afterwards. Especially in the warm summer months, many people grab a cool beer after training. But that's not a good idea. Because according to experts, even small amounts of alcohol after physical exercise can impair physical fitness and, in extreme cases, have fatal effects on health.
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Coronavirus: fewer people with antibodies than predicted

Corona: Degree of immunization lower than expected Researchers worldwide are carrying out so-called antibody studies in connection with the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. The results should help to provide information about the course of the disease and immunity. A study from Germany now shows that the degree of immunization is significantly lower than expected.
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Recall: Sugar-free drink with sugar - danger for diabetics

Kaufland calls back wrongly declared soft drink The Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety and Kaufland warn of an offered sugar-free soft drink that contains sugar. This can be particularly dangerous for people with diabetes. It is the energy drink "Crazy Wolf Sugarfree" in the 1.5 liter bottle from the manufacturer Egger Getränke GmbH.
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Salmonella in the salad - washing off impossible

Despite all hygiene measures, food infections are still extremely widespread. The pathogens enter the human body through foods such as raw vegetables, poultry, beef and other foods. For raw vegetables and lettuce, thorough washing is therefore a prerequisite for consumption.
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Kidney stones more common in the summer months: you can do that

How to reduce the risk of kidney stones If the temperatures rise in the summer months, the risk of developing kidney stones increases, even if you have never had them before. Among other things, this has to do with the fact that we spend more time outdoors in summer and with the amount and type of food and drinks we consume.
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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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Nutrition: Inflammatory ingredients in food

Five Inflammatory Ingredients in Food Inflammation in the body is involved in numerous disease processes. Many chronic diseases such as arthritis, heart diseases and diabetes often only arise from recurrent inflammation. Certain foods and eating habits can promote or inhibit inflammation.
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Recall: impurities in honey

Contamination in honey - manufacturer starts recall Because of possible contamination, a recall was launched for the German bee honey - "Burtschützer spring honey". The manufacturer warns that metal debris may have entered the honey during production. The product "Burtschützer spring honey" may contain fine foreign bodies in the form of metal debris, according to the manufacturer.
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Eyesight can be improved by red light

New treatment for declining eyesight in old age Decreasing eyesight seems to be significantly alleviated by a three-minute observation of a deep red light every day. This could be particularly helpful for older people, whose eyes naturally degrade with age, and a study by University College London found that red light can be used to treat diminishing eyesight.
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Plant or animal nutrition to maintain muscle mass?

Effect of proteins on skeletal muscle mass When it comes to maintaining skeletal muscle mass in advanced age, the question arises as to which proteins are more effective for maintaining, animal or vegetable proteins. A study by the King's College London found that animal proteins were apparently more effective to maintain muscle mass, as protein from soy or wheat.
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COVID-19: Which masks most effectively prevent the spread

Protective masks to contain the corona pandemic? Which materials and designs are best suited for face masks to protect against COVID-19? Well-fitting, self-made masks with several layers of fabric and standard cone masks seem to be significantly more effective than loosely folded face masks and bandana-like covers.
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