Japanese receives Nobel Prize for research into autophagyAt the start of this year's Nobel Prize awards, the Nobel Prize in Medicine was announced. The Japanese Yoshinori Ohsumi received the internationally acclaimed award for deciphering the mechanism of so-called autophagy, "a fundamental process for the degradation and recycling of cell components", according to the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
Does the size of men affect the risk of prostate cancer? Prostate cancer is a dangerous condition that often leads to death. Researchers have now found that tall men are particularly at risk for aggressive prostate cancer. Such men also die more often from the consequences of cancer.
How doctors and alternative practitioners protect themselves from warnings according to the new GDPR On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. All companies must make their website compliant with data protection by this date. This also applies to therapists, doctors and naturopaths without restriction. In addition to the optimization of the internal processes, the requirements to be implemented also include the external presentation, such as the legally compliant design of the website.
Medical researchers find that people with Alzheimer's suffer from loneliness 7.5 times more often. Is there a connection between loneliness and the development of Alzheimer's? Researchers have now found that loneliness can be a relevant factor in the development of Alzheimer's disease. Thanks to this finding, loneliness could be used as an early indicator of Alzheimer's in the future.
Longer dough walking time makes bread more tolerable Many people have a bloated stomach after eating. One cause was found in the course of a study: bread. However, this does not mean that from now on people suffering from bloated bellies will have to do without bread. Rather, the preparation of bread can mean that the typical symptoms such as gas formation, abdominal pain and flatulence no longer occur.
Researchers present alternative to cow's milk Many people would like to avoid eating cow's milk. A possible milk alternative could be a herbal product made from buckwheat, oats and amaranth, which was developed by two young students from the Eberswalde University of Sustainable Development (HNEE).