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Caesarean section increases type I diabetes risk
Caesarean section increases type I diabetes risk

Having a Caesarean section increases the risk of developing type 1 diabetes for children Infants who are born by Caesarean section are twice as likely to develop type I diabetes than babies who are born spontaneously. Scientists at the Technical University of Munich from the Diabetes Research Group found this out.

Low girl birth rate in the Aces region
Low girl birth rate in the Aces region

IPPNW doctors disagree with the federal government: In addition to cancer cases, the birth rate of girls in the region around Asse is also significantly lower than elsewhere.

Craniosacral therapy for dogs
Craniosacral therapy for dogs

Dog osteopathy: Craniosacral therapy for dogs - an alternative support for the treatment of epilepsy and seizures in dogs The craniosacral or craniosacral osteopathy was primarily developed by the American osteopath William Garner Sutherland (1873-1954). He was a direct student of the founder of osteopathy, the American doctor Andrew Taylor Still (1828-1917).

How much water is really healthy per day
How much water is really healthy per day

Listen to the thirst: About one and a half liters of water a day are healthy When it comes to drinking, opinions differ. While many people constantly sip a water bottle, others only drink a glass of water two to three times a day. Experts recommend low-energy unsweetened drinks to keep the fluid balance in balance.

German children are thought to be too fat
German children are thought to be too fat

Many adolescents are dissatisfied with their bodies Many German children find themselves too fat, even if they are not actually overweight, according to the results of a study by the University of Bielefeld under the patronage of the World Health Organization (WHO) .The researchers at the & 34; WHO - Collaborating Center & 34 ; At the Faculty of Health Sciences at Bielefeld University, their study focused on the body feeling of adolescents.

Therapy for mentally ill children
Therapy for mentally ill children

Therapy offer for children with mental disorders at the University of Frankfurt Since Friday last week, the outpatient clinic for behavioral therapy at the University of Frankfurt has been offering further therapy places for children and adolescents with mental disorders. Nationwide there is a clear increase in mental disorders among children and adolescents.

Corruption and Fraud in Health Care
Corruption and Fraud in Health Care

KKH- Allianz addresses corruption and fraud in the health care system According to the chairman of the health insurance company KKH- Allianz Ingo Kailuweit, the replacement fund suffered almost one million euros in damage through fraud and corruption last year. According to other media reports, this causes billions in damage to the health system in Germany.

Bloating: Better mint tea than schnapps
Bloating: Better mint tea than schnapps

This helps with feelings of fullness In the Christmas season, it is not just contemplative. In addition to freshly baked cookies, there is usually a feeling of full bloating when you have eaten too much food. A lot of air is swallowed, especially when eating fast, which leads to bloating as well as bloating.

Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea discovered in Japan
Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea discovered in Japan

Resistant gonorrhea bacteria worry the professional world In Japan, an antibiotic-resistant gonus germ has appeared. The life-threatening venereal disease could thus experience a global renaissance in the future that physicians would have no alternative to, warn Swedish and Japanese researchers at a conference of the International Society for the Study of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

DGB study: Unemployment makes you sick
DGB study: Unemployment makes you sick

DGB: Connection between unemployment and illness: The German Trade Union Confederation (DGB) found in a study that one in five to sixth unemployed in Germany has “health restrictions”. The German Trade Union Federation (DGB) found in a study that one in five to sixth unemployed people in Germany has “health restrictions”.

What to do about postnatal depression
What to do about postnatal depression

40 percent of women affected by the so-called baby blues Many women suffer from mood swings after birth. A distinction is made between the so-called "baby blues" and postnatal depression. According to senior physician Susanne Simen from the Nuremberg Clinic, about 40 percent of women are affected by baby blues.

Health of Berliners with social gaps
Health of Berliners with social gaps

Average age of Berliners is increasing, as is the need for care In Berlin, the health senate administration has presented the 2010/11 health report to the public. As the Senator for Health, Environment and Consumer Protection in Berlin, Katrin Lompscher (Die Linke) reported on Tuesday, the population of the capital has continued to grow and health is relatively good.