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Early evidence of diabetes in fat children

Early evidence of diabetes in fat children

Fat children show changes in adipose tissue and metabolism earlyOverweight children show early signs of impairments in their metabolism, which are associated with an increased risk of diabetes in later years. In a recent study by the Integrated Research and Treatment Center (IFB), obesity diseases were detected in fat children from as little as six years of age.

Lack of sleep in many cases causes diabetes and heart attacks

Lack of sleep in many cases causes diabetes and heart attacks

People with less than six hours of sleep are more prone to metabolic syndrome. In today's industrialized society, chronic sleep deprivation is becoming increasingly common. Recent evidence has shown that chronic sleep deprivation is associated with negative health outcomes.

Cancer risk: Substances of concern in lip care sticks

Cancer risk: Substances of concern in lip care sticks

Labello & Co: Carcinogenic substances in lip care sticks? Many women and some men always have a lip care stick on hand. Consumers should exercise caution when choosing such products. New research has shown that certain pens can contain harmful substances.

What is traditional Tibetan medicine?

What is traditional Tibetan medicine?

Traditional Tibetan medical medicine as an alternative healing method After traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has now also found its way into many areas of the healthcare system in Germany and individual practices such as acupuncture play an essential role in modern medicine today, medicine is currently discovering traditional Tibetan methods Medicine (TTM) new.

Warning signs of dementia: When forgetfulness is no longer harmless

Warning signs of dementia: When forgetfulness is no longer harmless

Forgetfulness and other alarm signs for dementia In Germany, around 1.5 million people suffer from dementia, most of them from Alzheimer's. The disease has not yet been curable, but can be delayed with medication in the early stages. Early diagnosis is therefore important.

Glyphosate is carcinogenic

Glyphosate is carcinogenic

Pesticide glyphosate could cause serious health problems In 27 EU countries, glyphosate is approved as a weed killer. After the top-selling pesticide was repeatedly suspected of causing cancer, researchers at the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) from the World Health Organization (WHO) carried out a risk assessment of the drug.