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Liver disease: Energy drinks are possible hepatitis triggers

Acute hepatitis after excessive consumption of energy drinks? It has long been known that energy drinks are hazardous to health. After high consumption, for example, rapid heartbeat and high blood pressure may occur. A case from the United States now suggests that the stimulants could also pose a risk to the liver.
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Pesticides: Glyphosate found in numerous types of beer

Residues of glyphosate discovered in German beers After glyphosate was discovered in beer last year, recent studies have again shown that residues of the plant protection product and other chemical substances can be found in numerous types of beer. How dangerous the residues found can be remains unclear.
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Natural superglue: slime shot decoded as prey catch

Animal superglue decryptedScientists from the University of Kassel have deciphered the mode of action of a recyclable animal superglue. The secretion of the so-called stump-foot could be the template for the development of new biomaterials for medicine and sustainable industry.
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Does sport offer protection against dementia?

Doctors in the United States Recommend People with Mild Cognitive Impairment to Exercise A new guideline for doctors in the United States states that patients with mild cognitive impairment should exercise twice a week. Training improves memory and thinking.
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Tester: Fitness wristbands do not help with weight loss in any way

Doctors are examining the impact of fitness wristbands on weight. Long-term healthy eating and adequate exercise are very important for many people today. More and more adults exercise regularly and pay attention to their body weight. Nowadays there are more technical devices to support this new fitness trend.
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