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Health: what to do with small splinters in children's skin?

Be sure to clean the wound: splinters in children's skin After romping in the garden or on the playground, it sometimes happens that a child comes home with a splinter under the skin. When removing the slate, special hygiene measures must be observed to prevent infections. Some tips can help to make the procedure easier for the offspring.
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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZE diet describes compliance with certain nutritional requirements, which can serve different purposes. For example, diabetics can regulate their blood sugar by adhering to a special diet, or top athletes can follow a particularly nutritious diet in order to achieve their best.
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Real sugar syrup flood expected: Isoglucose could become a serious problem

End of the sugar market regulation for beet sugar: More and more isoglucose expected At 1. The quota regulation for isoglucose expired almost at the same time. Health experts now fear an increase in cheap sugar syrup imports and an increase in sugar consumption.High sugar consumption jeopardizes health Too much sugar makes you fat and sick - this has also been proven in numerous studies.
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Valuable Christmas gifts: building blocks are good for children's development

Building blocks are particularly recommended as a Christmas gift; doctors recommend building blocks as a Christmas gift for children. Building blocks promote many areas of child development like no other toy, for example the development of fine motor skills and the development of social, linguistic and cognitive skills, reports the professional association of pediatricians (BVKJ) with reference to a technical contribution by Professor Kym Simoncini from the university in Canberra and Dr.
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Study: Does tinnitus affect brain structure?

Study examines effects of tinnitus on brain structure Many people suffer from chronic tinnitus. The constant buzzing of ears is not only a burden in everyday life, but could also have an impact on the brain of those affected, according to scientists from the University Hospital Jena (UKJ).
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