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With the bowel movement, all this is excreted from the digestive tract, what the body no longer needs. But feces are more to the doctor than just a waste product. Appearance and smell, texture, quantity and composition can give important clues to diseases. Chair - a useful substance The chair consists of three quarters of water, it also contains indigestible food components, mucus and shed cells of the intestinal mucosa and bacteria and their fermentation and decay products.

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Contents Inflammation Inflammations: characteristics and symptoms Inflammation: diagnosis and treatment Actually, there is no body part and no organ that can not be affected by inflammation: from inflamed toenail to meningitis, from skin to tendonitis - everything is conceivable.

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Blood transports oxygen from the lungs to the organs and, on the way back, carries along the waste product carbon dioxide to exhale. It is also a major artery for the many other substances that need to get from one place to another in the body. All the substances that are in the blood can be measured.

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Garlic (Allium sativum) is available year round in almost every shop. When it comes to the smell, the spirits separate, but the health effects of garlic are undisputed. The white tuber is also popular when cooking. For a long time, the spicy ingredient is no longer valued only in the kitchen of hot countries, where garlic has always been on the plate not least because of its antibacterial properties.

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The sleep hormone melatonin is listed as a new panacea in the US, where it is found in numerous nutritional supplements: it is not only intended to help sleep disorders, but also has a positive impact on the aging process of the cells, as well as on the cancer and cardiovascular system due to its antioxidant effect Illnesses take.

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Article Content Biorhythm - The Internal Clock Biorhythm - The Chronobiology Biorhythm - The Chinese Clock Like almost all creatures, humans follow biological rhythms and cycles that have been shown to be vital in the course of development. The connections are explored by a rather young scientific discipline, chronobiology.

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The giant ginkgo tree with the fan-shaped, notched leaves is one of the oldest plant species ever - its ancestors were already on Earth 300 million years ago. No wonder he has always been considered a symbol of hope, longevity, fertility, vitality and invincibility in Asia.

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Thyme can not only be used in the kitchen to refine various dishes, but also helps with health problems such as a cold. The herb is particularly well suited for releasing tight coughs. That is why thyme is used in various cough syrups.

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The word antibiotics comes from the Greek and means "against life". But it is not the one who takes them to the collar, but the germs that make life difficult for him. Antibiotics are still a miracle weapon that can save lives. However, they have to be used properly.

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Proton pump inhibitors (PPI for proton pump inhibitors) are gastric protective drugs. In the past they were prescriptions, now PPI with the active ingredients pantoprazole and omeprazole are available without prescription in pharmacies for self-medication for heartburn and acid regurgitation. In about 30 percent of the population gastric acid flows back into the esophagus (reflux).

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Caraway and cumin are often confused in everyday language. The names suggest that cumin is a subspecies of cumin. Although caraway and cumin are both umbellifer and closely related to each other, but anyone who has ever replaced the cooking cumin with the prescribed by the recipe cumin, knows the great difference in taste of the two spices.

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Homeopathy is one of the best known forms of alternative medicine - and certainly one of the most controversial. Does it work or does it not work? Is it really only possible to approach the decision between homeopathy and conventional medicine with "either ... or ..."? The discussion about Globuli & Co. heats up the mind.

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Contents Kidney and urinary tract examinations Kidney and urinary tract examinations: Kidney and urinary tract tests Kidney and urinary tract examinations: Imaging and cystoscopy Three hundred times the entire blood volume flows through the kidneys every day: 1,500 liters of fluid, from which less than one-tenth is initially filtered ,

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Inner tension, the feeling of being overwhelmed and the fear of not being fair rob us of the joy of the day. In hectic times there is often a lack of time to relax and gain strength for the daily needs. The causes for nervousness and restlessness are different, the consequences are almost always the same.

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Article Content Colonoscopy (Colonoscopy) Virtual Colonoscopy The colonoscopy (colonoscopy) - although a low-risk, but not particularly pleasant examination, the patient must be prepared carefully. Recent developments in imaging techniques now promise relief for the patients.

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Today, more and more people feel depressed, burned out and hopeless - depression has become a common disease. The antidepressant venlafaxine helps to counteract these symptoms by improving mood. Venlafaxine in depression with anxiety Venlafaxine is particularly suitable for people whose depression is accompanied by anxiety, because the drug is also used to treat panic attacks and other anxiety.

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Everyone wishes to stay healthy and fit for as long as possible. With a healthy lifestyle you can do a lot for yourself. The most important factors are nutrition, exercise, relaxation and sleep, abstinence from indulgence and a positive attitude towards life. A conscious lifestyle increases your chances of staying fit into old age.

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Gastroscopy is used for persistent complaints in the esophagus, stomach and duodenum. The physician can diagnose diseases such as gastric or duodenal ulcer, Helicobacter pylori infection, or upper digestive tract bleeding.

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Cancel appointments, switch off the mobile phone and dive into the story of an exciting book on the sofa - this art of relaxation is dominated by fewer and fewer people. Whoever is energized all day loses the ability to switch off at some point. That can take revenge. Stress and overwork are among the most common causes of anxiety disorders.

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Chemotherapy in Cancer Chemotherapy Course Side Effects of Chemotherapy Chemotherapy, in addition to radiation and surgery, is one of three treatment options that can be used in cancer. It is especially important for leukemia and lymph node cancer, but it is also used in other cancers.

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