In the case of small bites, no obesity due to eating in front of the TV Small bites or sips are associated with a faster feeling of satiety and can therefore serve to prevent weight problems. Dutch scientists led by Dieuwerke Bolhuis from Wageningen University have investigated the extent to which the amount of food consumed differs between small and large bites.
Gluten despite the inscription & 34; Gluten Free & 34; in potato snacks at LidlThe discounter supermarket chain "Lidl" warns its customers before consuming the potato snacks of the house brand "Crusti Croc" if they suffer from gluten intolerance (celiac disease). The product "Teddy’s HiT" from the manufacturer "Top Snacks GmbH" contained a small amount of gluten in one batch despite the information on the packaging "gluten-free", as the press office of the group announced on Tuesday in Neckarsulm (Heilbronn district).
Keeping joints warm / Movement as good as possible / Relaxation is good When icy temperatures alternate with wet and cold rain or snow and a cold polar wind blows in between, makes it difficult for every third German. The phenomenon, colloquially known as weather sensitivity, affects rheumatics in particular.
Chimpanzees and orangutans in the midlife crisis - Scientists have identified similar fluctuations in the state of mind in the life course of great apes as are observed in humans. In adolescence, the monkeys experience an exhilaration of well-being that gradually decreases until the middle of life and then increases again.
Study: industrially produced ready-made meals make children stupid. A healthy diet, on the other hand, promotes cognitive performance.Children who eat a wholesome and healthy diet tend to be more intelligent in later adulthood than their peers, who mainly ate ready meals in their early childhood.
Bird flu in six farms in the Cloppenburg districtAfter a case of bird flu (type H 7) became known on Wednesday in a turkey breeding farm in Vechta, six farms in the Cloppenburg county have now been identified that had contact with the farm on the day the bird flu broke out .
Fish in space is supposed to explain motion sickness Every year at vacation time it is present again: motion sickness - agonizing for many holidaymakers who have to fight with nausea and vomiting, among other things, while driving, on the ship, in the bus or on a plane. In many cases, tiredness, headaches, difficulty concentrating or mood swings first occur, until the actual motion sickness is then manifested in addition to the nausea by symptoms such as pallor, weakness, rapid heartbeat, low blood pressure or dizziness.
The diabetes medicine Avandia is being withdrawn from the market. According to its own statements, the European Union (EU) plans to withdraw the diabetes medicine "Avandia" from the pharmaceutical market. The reason for this are numerous side effects, some of which are severe, as the EU Medicines Agency EMA reports. Studies had repeatedly pointed out that Avandia could lead to cardiovascular complaints.
Low-cost private health insurance tariffs before: Central Health Insurance sets its low-tariff for low-cost private health insurance (PKV) tariffs. Central Health Insurance will take its "Ecoline" discount rate off the market on August 1st. The health insurance company was able to offer around 40 in the past year.
Lifestyle: Better tricks than rational appealsNutritionists and health experts repeatedly point out the advantages of a healthy lifestyle. Despite the numerous tips, hardly anyone can actually change their formerly unhealthy lifestyle into a healthy one. Behavioral researchers have found that cognitive judgment cannot change that much.
Trend towards late pregnancy: More and more mothers are older than 35 years at birthMothers in Germany are always older at birth. In 2011, around a quarter of all newborns in Germany had a mother who was over 35 years old. This is reported by the Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB) in Berlin today.
Around 180 people die each year during a gastrointestinal or colonoscopy due to the administration of the anesthetic Propofol. Every year up to 180 people in Germany die during an colonoscopy from the consequences of the administration of the anesthetic Propofol. This was the result of an evaluation by the Medical University in Hanover (MHH).