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Verdict: Health insurance company must not give up dementia patients

LSG Stuttgart awards her medical rehabilitation Health insurers cannot simply give up dementia patients. "Even with advanced dementia, the existence of rehabilitation ability and a positive prognosis for an inpatient rehabilitation measure cannot be ruled out," emphasized the State Social Court (LSG) Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart in a recently announced judgment of 17th
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Body's own action against both viral infections and cancer

Cancer: Researchers have discovered the body's own tumor blockers German scientists have discovered new properties of a human protein: it works against viral infections and cancer. Future research will show whether this body's own tumor blocker can serve as a starting point for therapies against the serious diseases.
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Cervical cancer: do not ignore these early warning signs

What are early warning signs of cervical cancer? Cancer is a disease that should be diagnosed as early as possible to enable effective treatment. However, many symptoms of cancer only show up when the cancer has already progressed. Researchers have now found that bleeding after sex or between periods can be a sign of cervical cancer.
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Big recall for Listeria bacteria: Edeka cheese also affected

Listerious risk from contaminated cheese from FranceThe Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety is currently warning of dangerous listeria bacteria that could be contained in the French cheese "Itche Bai". As part of the manufacturer's own controls, the harmful bacterium Listeria monocytogenes was found, which can trigger the disease listeriosis.
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Health: Do athletes really need foods with extra protein?

Protein trend in food: Does the extra portion of protein really make sense? The human body cells are constantly renewed and are therefore dependent on regular protein intake. But how much protein do we need per day? Some people think that you can hardly eat enough of it and use “protein-rich” foods.
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Researchers: This seaweed can protect against norovirus infections

Seaweed could protect against infection with dangerous noroviruses The norovirus is one of the most common pathogens of infectious gastrointestinal diseases. In extreme cases, such infections can be fatal. In order to prevent infection with the dangerous noroviruses, certain hygiene measures should be observed.
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Get fit through the heat wave with these helpful health tips

With these health tips everyone gets healthy through the heat wave, we are currently experiencing the hottest summer in decades. For senior citizens and children in particular, there are currently many recommendations on how to survive the summer heat without damage. However, all other people should also consider some health tips that help them get through the heat wave in a healthy way.
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Constitutional Court restricts detention of psychiatric patients from detention

Court ruling: Fixation of psychiatric patients only with judicial approval In a recent ruling, the Federal Constitutional Court ruled that the longer fixation of psychiatric patients must be approved by a judge in the future. Two patients from Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg had submitted constitutional complaints because they had been fixed in psychiatry against their will.
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Plum or plum? This keeps the fruit fresh

Plum season has begun: white layer keeps the fruit fresh Zwetschgen fans can look forward to it: The season of local fruits started a little earlier this year due to the long warming period and is currently picking up speed. The delicious and healthy fruit should only be washed shortly before consumption.
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Muffle of movement: The majority of Germans live unhealthily

Too little exercise: Many Germans live unhealthily. Health experts repeatedly emphasize the importance of regular exercise for our bodies, but a large proportion of Germans exercise far too little. Lack of exercise not only favors numerous diseases, but also has a negative impact on subjective well-being.
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