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Monthly Archives: August 2018

robot as a therapist for autistic children

Humanoid robots are to be, provided that the pilot projects be successfully used as a “therapist” in autistic children. Among other things, the reason cited was that robots spend less complex and, for children, complicated facial expressions. This had less to decipher and harder to. Autism is a of of the WHO as a pervasive […]

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recipes-Check: Fit and healthy by Christmas!

Source: myFitbook.de The Online Portal MyFitbook takes a typical Christmas recipes under the microscope. Spekelatius and roast Goose in the Christmas season like for the typical “Winter fat”.How can this be avoided, without compromising on grandma’s good recipes, tells the MyFitbook.de nutrition expert Barbara Rustler. In the nutrition forum of the Community, members can present […]

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“Reprogrammed” stem cells against Parkinson’s

At the “University of Oxford” (http://www.ox.ac.uk) is currently on test, the use of stem cells against Parkinson’s disease. The “reprogrammed” iPS cells (induced pluripotent stem cells) have the ability to reprogram any type of cell kind. That is to say, this can be learning new skills, and thus elsewhere in the body. With the help […]

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health-care crisis with quantitative solution

Anyone who has read in the last days of the newspaper or the news has followed, is sure to have noticed that our top ladies and gentlemen want to take care of, apparently, the “care crisis”. But not quite as desired as many industry-experienced would like. MS Merkel seem to have come on the great […]

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NRW controls on health-care crisis.

Okay, we all know that the benefits of care are most often sewn on the edge. The nursing shortage is somehow always omnipresent, and, not least, the Bundestag’s petition shows that more and more people stand against the chronic under – funding and Overwork in the health and especially the care sector. Today, I’m on […]

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MRSA from the farm

On almost every farm multi are resistant bacteria in the livestock facilities. If animal and human strains merge, it could be extremely bitter. The result: dangerous pathogens. Researchers warn of resistant bacteria in meat. First it was BSE, then foot – and-mouth disease, bird flu and now MRSA in meat. Even if it may sound […]

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medical care in nursing homes should in the future be better

13 out of a total of 17 statutory health insurance physicians associations for the medical care of residents in care increased people’s homes and should be improved. The higher the quality, the controllers of the respective power supplies, as well as greater transparency and cost-effectiveness are to be sought on the basis of a corresponding […]

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health insurance and your funds

Actually, I was hoping not to have to about this subject “reports” – But it leaves me (like many others) have no peace. Really think I came when I got an eMail from a very dedicated blog readers. This is a quite interesting Link, more precisely a (in my opinion) quite a successful blog article: […]

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home remedies for pain: cherry stones and tea

Some of the home remedies used the grandma successful: For example, a cherry stone cushion to help with headaches and Nausea. Even today, not all of the complaints with the drugs from the pharmacy treated: Because this help often rapidly against the pain, but can also have unwanted effects. Prior to the application of a […]

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low estimate of professional nursing (CDU)

Dear Mrs. Merkel, I recently learned that you plan to leave Hartz4 recipients in the care incorporate. It’s nice that the Chancellor accepts the Problem of the care of the state of emergency in the country. Nevertheless, I think that your solution is more quantitative than qualitative. I have nothing against Hartz4 receivers, quite the […]

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