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Immune functions: does the appendix have an organic function?

The appendix (medical caecum) and its appendix are usually not assigned any important function, and removal of the organ, for example in the case of appendicitis, is therefore considered to be relatively uncritical. But the appendix obviously offers an evolutionary advantage, according to a recent study.
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Three deaths related to controversial dengue vaccination

Sanofi pharmaceutical company dengue vaccine deaths Three deaths in the Philippines have been linked to a controversial dengue vaccine. Hundreds of thousands of children had been vaccinated with the preparation of the French pharmaceutical company Sanofi in recent years.
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Hanging in front of the screen in the evening causes sleep disorders

Those who sit in front of the screen for a long time in the evening sleep significantly worse. Sleep disorders are a widespread problem that is associated with various causes. Apparently, the time spent in the evening on the computer, smartphone or in front of the television has a significant influence, according to the results of a current evaluation of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) at DIW.
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Artificial insemination also for unmarried people?

OLG Karlsruhe: Marriage clause in private health insurance ineffective In the opinion of the Higher Regional Court (OLG) Karlsruhe, the limitation of reimbursement of costs for artificial insemination to married couples in private health insurance is prohibited. There is - unlike in statutory health insurance - no justifying reason for this, as the OLG on Friday, 13.
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