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Dengue fever
Diseases

Dengue fever

The symptoms of dengue fever Many holidaymakers are drawn to exotic travel destinations with a tropical climate. Unfortunately, diseases that are not native to Germany also occur more often. This includes dengue fever. Dengue is widespread in the tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America, South and Southeast Asia and Africa.

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Obesity

When do you count as obese? The World Health Organization uses the body mass index (BMI) and waist size to classify obesity. Accordingly, a BMI of 30 and more is an indicator of obesity. In addition to the increased BMI, the waist circumference should be determined. If this is 88 centimeters or higher in women or 102 centimeters or higher in men, this is called a health-obesity (obesity).
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Dengue fever

The symptoms of dengue fever Many holidaymakers are drawn to exotic travel destinations with a tropical climate. Unfortunately, diseases that are not native to Germany also occur more often. This includes dengue fever. Dengue is widespread in the tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America, South and Southeast Asia and Africa.
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Measles

Measles symptoms measles is a highly contagious infectious disease caused by the measles virus. Children in particular are often affected by this disease. Measles is considered dangerous in infants and young children. The virus is transmitted via droplet infections.
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Eye diseases

The eyes can be affected by various diseases, ranging from rather harmless symptoms to serious illnesses with the risk of blindness. The eye diseases affect various parts of the eyeball, the external organs of the eyes (eye muscles, lacrimal system, conjunctiva and eyelids) and / or the optic nerve.
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Epidemics - history, development and consequences

Epidemics: medicine against evolution Bacteria, viruses and fungi that trigger diseases are inseparable from biological evolution. It lacks any rating as to whether something is cruel or does it good. Erreger suchen Wildtiere immer wieder heim, ohne, dass sich diese schützen könnten: Zum Beispiel stirbt jeder zweite Wolfswelpe im ersten Lebensjahr – vor allem an Parasiten im Inneren des Körpers.
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New diseases

Sometimes diseases arise from scratch: a virus mutates, a bacterium appears in a region where people do not develop a defense against it, a pathogen jumps from a host animal that has not been in contact with humans to humans or leads to an unknown gene variant to a disturbance.
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Whimsical diseases

Pregnant men and stink fish - bizarre diseases Some diseases are so strange that they sound like invented. But they really do exist: men who suffer from the symptoms of pregnancy, women who believe that their spouse has been replaced by a doppelganger, people who have sexual intercourse during sleep and do not remember it afterwards and those who are disturbed and amputate healthy parts of their bodies .
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