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Poor nutrition can trigger fatal colon cancer

Healthcare professionals are studying the effects of diet on colorectal cancer Certain foods can cause inflammation in the human body. Researchers have now found that such inflammation appears to be responsible for the increased risk of colorectal cancer. Scientists from internationally renowned Harvard T.
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Potatoes: shoots and green areas: When is there a health risk?

Can potatoes still be eaten after they have sprouted? If the first sprouts grow on potatoes, they should no longer be eaten. If the potatoes have green spots, they should also be disposed of. But is that really true? The Bavarian Consumer Advice Center answers the question of whether you can still eat potatoes or whether this jeopardizes your health.
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Constitutional Court restricts detention of psychiatric patients from detention

Court ruling: Fixation of psychiatric patients only with judicial approval In a recent ruling, the Federal Constitutional Court ruled that the longer fixation of psychiatric patients must be approved by a judge in the future. Two patients from Bavaria and Baden-W├╝rttemberg had submitted constitutional complaints because they had been fixed in psychiatry against their will.
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Kerrygold Butter was contaminated - the test is negative

30 types of butter on the test bench For breakfast, dinner, cooking and baking - many Germans do not let butter be removed from their bread. Stiftung Warentest has tested 30 types of butter in the current edition and came to the following results: Every second butter did well in the test. The test winners are from the "German brand butter" trade class.
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Summer heat promotes urinary stones: prevention is actually easy

Summer: Heat favors urinary stones: Increased drinking volume prevents urologists from experiencing an increase in urinary stones in summer. The reason for this is rising temperatures, which are associated with increased sweating. Many people then promote the formation of small pebbles in the urinary organs through inadequate drinking.
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