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Exercising at the weekend is as healthy as daily training during the week

Instead of daily workout training: intensive sport at the weekend is just as healthy regular exercise is healthy and makes you fit. Sport is also helpful for losing weight. However, many people fail to complete their training sessions regularly during the week. Scientists have now found that sport is good for your health even if you do it less often - but then it has to be more intensive.
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Healthy nutrition: how clementines and tangerines differ

Clementines and mandarins are tasty and healthy - what makes them different? To get through the winter without a cold, you should strengthen your immune system. Delicious citrus fruits such as clementines or tangerines are ideal for this. What is the difference between the small, round and orange fruits?
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Stress or fatigue: is glucose really helpful for concentration?

Health myths: Does glucose promote concentration? Whether at school, in the lecture hall or in the office: Almost everyone has to do a lot of intellectual work. Especially when tricky tasks or even important exams are pending, some resort to glucose, because it is supposed to promote concentration.
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Antibiotics

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ The development of antibiotics such as penicillin was the basis for the successful treatment of bacterial infections. Even today, many infectious diseases would be fatal if antibiotics were not available for treatment. However, antibiotics are often used improperly, which on the one hand can have direct negative effects, for example on the intestinal flora of humans, and on the other hand has led to the increased development of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
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Dangerous swelling: Hereditary Angioedema (HAE)

Linda Miller from Houston, Texas, swelled her face until she looked like the bite of the rattlesnakes that were common in her home country, but they were innocent. She suffers from hereditary angiedema (HAE), the acute attacks of which make the blood vessels more permeable, fluid get into the surrounding tissue and clearly visible swellings occur.
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