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Recall from Edeka and Rewe because of trichinellosis risk

Recall: Meat not tested for parasites Mew is currently being recalled at Rewe and Edeka as it cannot be ruled out that it may contain trichinae. These parasites can cause the infectious disease "trichinellosis" in humans. The company Jagdhaus Rech, game processing company, Markus Bitzen e.
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Lose weight: how to achieve your optimal weight!

Lose weight successfully - this is how it works To lose weight and stay slim in the long term, eating habits should be changed permanently. In addition to the reduced calorie intake, regular exercise is also an important factor for weight loss. Professionals have some tips to help you burn fat.
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Older people have an increased risk of cancer

Why height has an impact on cancer risk Researchers found that taller people have an increased risk of cancer because their size means that there are more cells in their bodies. This increases the risk of dangerous mutations, and the University of California Riverside researchers found that older people are at greater risk of developing cancer.
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Health risk: West Nile virus - people can also become infected

Danger from the tropics: people can also become infected with the West Nile virus In the past year, there has been numerous evidence of West Nile virus infections in birds and some horses in Germany. According to experts, climate change could also contribute to the spread of the virus in Germany.
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White spots or coloring of the fingernails can indicate illnesses

Fingernails: Stains and discoloration can indicate illnesses. The fingernails are a reflection of our health. So discoloration or stains on our fingernails can indicate illnesses. If they are crumbly or even brittle, this is also an important indication. We show which ailments can exist and when it is better to see a doctor.
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Nutrition specialist: these are the seven greatest nutrition myths!

Nutrition expert clears up frequent nutrition myths Can you eat as much of fruit as you want? Does eating make you fat faster in the evening? Are overweight people to blame for their weight? There are numerous myths and claims about proper nutrition. The "Understanding Obesity" project at the University of Leipzig is concerned with such questions and would like to find the best possible answer to them.
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