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Christmas without stress, anger and arguments: it works!

Christmas without stress, anger and arguments: it works!

Tips for a really harmonious Christmas party: Christmas is actually the festival of love. But sometimes on Christmas Eve there is not only harmony and happy faces. How much stress does such an evening have when the expectations of everyone involved are very high? Is it even possible to organize a stress-free festival?

Special form of epilepsy: when children fall for no reason

Special form of epilepsy: when children fall for no reason

Sudden falls in children possible indication of Doose syndrome Health experts have drawn new patient information to a rare form of epilepsy. About one in 10,000 small children develop the so-called "Doose syndrome". Sudden falls of the little ones can be a possible indication of the rare disease.

Fly larva removed from a child's eye with basil

Fly larva removed from a child's eye with basil

Doctors lure a three-centimeter long larva out of a boy's eye with the help of basil. The doctors lured the larva out of the 16-year-old's eye with basil leaves so that they could be grasped with tweezers.

Snoring: Breathing interruptions are dangerous to the heart

Snoring: Breathing interruptions are dangerous to the heart

Breathing interruptions can endanger the heartSnoring is not only exhausting for the partner, it also often prevents a restful sleep for those affected and can also be associated with dangerous breathing interruptions. For example, people who suffer from so-called sleep apnea have an increased risk of high blood pressure and heart attack.

Three doctors in Liberia receive Ebola test serum

Three doctors in Liberia receive Ebola test serum

Three doctors treated with Ebola test serum in Liberia The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has already claimed more than 1,100 lives. There is no vaccine against the dangerous infectious disease. In the fight against the epidemic, a drug that has hardly been tested has been used for the first time in Liberia.

WHO study: Plant protection product glyphosate very likely to cause cancer

WHO study: Plant protection product glyphosate very likely to cause cancer

Experts rate pesticide as potentially carcinogenic Plant protection products containing the active ingredient glyphosate are among the most commonly used weed control products worldwide. But the international cancer research agency (IARC) has classified the drug as "probably carcinogenic".