Germany's birth rate for the first time in 33 years with 1.5 children per woman The birth rate in Germany has risen again to 1.5 children per woman for the first time since 1982. The average age of mothers when the child was born last year was 31 years. 1.5 children per woman For the first time in 33 years, the birth rate in Germany has risen to 1.5 children per woman.
WHO report on the fight against alcohol consumption: Germany performs poorly Years ago, studies showed that Europeans are world champions in alcohol consumption. In Germany too, people drink too much on average. A current report from the World Health Organization (WHO) now shows that Germany should take more measures to combat alcohol consumption.
If you have health problems that do not go away on their own within a short period of time, you should always go to the doctor. On the one hand, a doctor can diagnose the underlying disease and, on the other hand, initiate the necessary therapeutic measures.
Ten foods have a particularly strong impact on certain diseases You have probably heard of an unhealthy diet that can lead to many health problems. Researchers have now found that consuming the right amount of certain foods could avoid many deaths from poor nutrition.
Dark chocolate slightly lowers blood pressure Dark chocolate can lower blood pressure in hypertension, a study by Australian scientists from the University of Adelaide found in a study. The consumption produces the same effect as half an hour of movement.
Stroke increases risk of chronic heart failure According to a recent study, after a stroke there is an increased risk of developing chronic heart failure (heart failure). The new findings could also have an impact on the therapy of those affected in the future. One of the most common causes of death