Tag Archives: Evaluation

Alzheimer Pills: Green is the Color of Hope

The threatening sword of Damocles in terms of dementia and Alzheimer shows effects. Our government decrees better nursing standards. Research gets into top gear. The publications of all kinds of studies go head over heels. And time and again, Ibuprofen pops up in more...

Article by Karin Bäck

Farewell Indian Summer

Does the additional dose of testosterone make the potent man in his sixties? At any rate the hormone therapy is popular with older men. A study made in the Netherlands shows now: By far not all that glitters is gold on the anti-aging-bazaar! more...

Article by Erich Lederer

Time is Brain – Sometimes

Every fourth man and every fifth woman is affected by apoplexy. In 85 percent of all cases the disease is caused by a thrombus. Thrombolysis opens 60 percent of all closures. But diabetics have a more adverse prognosis. more...

Article by Monika Lerch

Blind to Feelings

They feel neither happiness nor sadness. They know no jealousy or hate. They have never been in love - those people with a blocked perception of feelings. Science calls this disease alexithymia, "blindness to feelings". According to the study of the universities of more...

Article by Birgit Frohn

TCS – light ahead

A sonographic method could soon be the tool to discover Parkinson at an early stage - well before the disease noticeably damages the brain. Along with the patients, ingredient scientists benefit from this method. more...

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