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Spring feelings: This is how our hormones affect the body

Spring is not long in coming When the sun is shining, the mood rises. In the vernacular it is said that the spring feelings awaken. Do these feelings really exist or are they just a myth? The fact is that the hormones go crazy because endorphins are also released when temperatures rise.
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Sitting for long lets die sooner

Many people are familiar with this daily routine: sitting in the morning, sitting at the desk, sitting for eight hours or more, then driving home sitting and then sitting on the sofa. English researchers have now found out in a large study that long sitting times of more than six hours a day increase the risk of a whole range of diseases and premature death.
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Are hamsters the key to a means of protecting against Alzheimer's?

Hamsters break down protein deposits during hibernationHamsters could help to better understand the causes of Alzheimer's disease and open up new possibilities for protection against the disease. Doctors have now found that when rodents hibernate, their brains go through structural changes that help completely break down dangerous clumps of protein deposits.
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Loneliness - definition and symptoms

Loneliness - An epidemic: Those who are lonely are more likely to suffer from heart attacks, strokes, depression and cancer. Loneliness spreads like an epidemic - the psychiatrist does not mean that metaphorically. He defines the disease as experiencing social isolation, which has its own dynamic and becomes a vicious cycle.
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Diarrhea - causes and treatment

Eine Diarrhö kann vielfältige Ursachen habenVon Durchfall (medizinisch: Diarrhoe bzw. Diarrhö) wird in der Medizin gesprochen, wenn mehrmals täglich ein dünnflüssiger, ungeformter Stuhl in größeren Mengen auftritt. Je nach Dauer der Beschwerden wird dabei zwischen akuter und chronischer Diarrhö unterschieden.
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Children and healthy eating: The "sugar trick" backfires

Healthy child nutrition: what parents should never do Some parents encourage their children to eat healthier by sprinkling a little sugar on foods such as fresh strawberries or natural yoghurt. But this trick backfires, as researchers now report. Because children who consume sugared fruit or dairy products are at higher risk of being overweight in the long term.
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