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Bad breath: Ginger quickly removes bad breath

Naturally fresh breath thanks to the traditional medicinal plant ginger-ginger is healthy. It is not for nothing that ginger was awarded the medicinal plant of 2018. Numerous studies prove the diverse medical fields of application. The medicinal plant relieves nausea, works against colds, prevents a feeling of fullness and has pain-relieving effects.
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Social interaction improves the quality of life in dementia patients

Social interaction should be improved when caring for dementia patients Dementia is widespread. For this reason, there is also a growing need for improved care or care for people with dementia. Researchers have now found that increasing social interaction in combination with personalized care improves people's quality of life.
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Studies: Body fat has a significant impact on heart health

Controlling adipose tissue metabolism has enabled researchers to prevent cardiac insufficiency By specifically intervening in the metabolism of fat, researchers at the Institute of Pharmacology at the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin have successfully reduced the risk of developing cardiac insufficiency. The scientists found that body fat also affects cardiac function at the molecular level.
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Computer training could prevent dementia

Study examines the effects of special training software on dementia diseases Dementia includes deficits in cognitive, emotional and social skills and can lead to significant impairments of social and professional functions. Researchers have now discovered that special computer-based training software can reduce the risk of developing dementia by up to 48 percent.
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Psychologist warns: Finally stop the self-optimization craze

Svend Brinmann / Pfeif on it - an end to the self-optimization craze! The Danish psychologist Svend Brinkmann reckons with "positive thinking", "self-optimization" and "coaching". On the other hand, he puts human dignity, self-discipline and steadfastness. He encourages people to "look inside themselves" because there is nothing to be found there.
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