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A Vaccination Is On The Way - News

Hardly anything has influenced medicine as much as the possibility of getting vaccinated against diseases. At the moment, novel vaccines are being developed for psoriasis, allergy to cats, Alzheimer's
23/01/2018, Sonja Schmitzer

MS: Intestinal Bacteria On Stone Age Diet - News

Research shows that intestinal bacteria are linked to multiple sclerosis. An American doctor, suffering from MS herself, is investing efforts on a special diet which resembles the paleo diet. Her self
28/11/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Younger, fatter, colorectal cancer - News

Anyone who in previous times had been diagnosed with colon cancer at an early age was considered an exceptional case. American studies now show that more and more young adults are affected by the dise
12/09/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Night Shift: Shuffling On All The Way To Cancer - News

Those who work at night not only turn their biorhythm upside, but also increase their risk of cancer. Responsibility for this could lie in a lack of the sleep hormone melatonin, which is involved in D
05/09/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Running In The Summer: Are You Still Tight In The Intestine? - News

Runners are familiar with gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhoea and nausea. If runs are very long, they can have more serious consequences. Leaky-gut syndrome increases the permeability of the i
15/08/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Depression: The Pleasure Pacemaker - News

For patients with severe treatment-resistant depression, there may soon be a new treatment option. In one four-year study, seven out of eight patients benefited from deep brain stimulation. Four of th
25/07/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Hasta La Vista, LDL - News

A single injection of a short ribonucleic acid removes LDL cholesterol from the blood, according to a study. What is remarkable moreover is that all patients with elevated LDL cholesterol levels respo
11/07/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Time Machine For Type 2 Diabetics - News

Insulin resistance in type 2 diabetics could be eliminated in a mouse model by an enzyme inhibitor. If the results were to be transferred to humans, would it be a blessing for all those concerned - or
29/05/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Autism: Early Bird Diagnosis - News

Recognition of autism spectrum disorder currently occurs at the earliest at two years of age. This could soon change due to MRI-based diagnostics - at least for "high-risk children" from families whic
25/04/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

Depression: You Are What You Eat! - News

The results of the SMILES study offer hope: the first randomised controlled study examined whether a change in diet can have a positive impact on the development of depression. The authors see great p
04/04/2017, Sonja Schmitzer

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