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Salmonella bacteria: Big egg recall at Aldi, Penny and others

Manufacturer recalls eggs from the trade for prevention: Salmonella find! The egg producer Farm Parey has started a recall. Free-range eggs are affected. The reason is a possible contamination of Salmonella germs. These can sometimes cause severe diarrhea and are particularly dangerous for pregnant women, the elderly and young children.
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What effect does the name of a drug have?

Easy-to-pronounce drug names lead to increased dosing The name of a drug has a significant impact on patient use. However, according to a recent study by psychologists from the University of Cologne, this also harbors the risk of excessive dosing of medicines that have a particularly easy to pronounce name.
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Cardiac output: Even a glass with alcohol damages our heart

Already small amounts of alcohol damage the heart function of women. "A glass cannot be refused," is the old saying. In general, some studies suggest that moderate wine consumption can be good for your health. But a study by scientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) in Boston comes to a different conclusion.
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Extremities

The thigh

The thigh forms the section of the leg between the hip and knee. First it borders on the groin region in the front view and on the buttocks in the rear view. The base of the bone is the thigh bone (femur or also femur). This is the longest bone in the human body and is exposed to enormous loads every day.
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Poverty

Poverty is fundamentally to be assessed depending on the prosperity of others, and poor people therefore live in very different conditions in different countries around the world. In this country, for example, most poor people do not have to go hungry and do not have to do without a roof over their heads, while this is certainly the case in other countries.
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