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Low urination

Low urination, also called oliguria, means that less than 500 milliliters of urine are excreted within 24 hours, divided into approximately three to four times a day urination. The reason for this can be an insufficient drinking amount, but also diseases in the area of ​​the urogenital tract.
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Athletes often make these mistakes when it comes to skin care

Allowing sweat free Sport is healthy - that is a well-known fact. However, many athletes have skin problems because sweat can irritate the skin. Sven Hawerkamp, ​​the dermatologist, blames two common mistakes in skin care: apply a lot of cream before jogging and then immediately take a shower: athletes are doing two basic things wrong.
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In the case of dissociality, brain activity is reduced in teenagers

Study: Changed brain activity in socially conspicuous adolescents A recent study has shown that girls with problematic social behavior show reduced brain activity. The new findings offer a neurobiological explanation for the difficulties of those affected to control their emotions and provide impulses for therapy.
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Measles: more susceptible to other pathogens after infection

Measles: infection erases immune memory and makes it more susceptible to other diseases According to experts, measles is one of the most contagious infectious diseases in humans and involves high rates of complications and complications. The infections can even be fatal. An international research team has now found that the dangerous viruses can partially wipe out the immune memory.
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Parkinson's patients get stem cells planted in the brain

Six years ago, Shinya Yamanaka received the Nobel Prize for the development of so-called iPS cells. Now, for the first time, such new cells have been planted in the brain of a person with Parkinson's disease. 2.4 million new cells According to the magazine Nature, a 50-year-old Japanese-born pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) were planted in Kyoto University Hospital in October.
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Foreign body sensation in the eye

A foreign body sensation in the eye or just the feeling that a foreign body seems to be interfering with this sensitive organ are two different things. Numerous illnesses, inflammations or allergies can be the cause, and if the optic nerve is injured or inflamed, we perceive it, i.e. whether something would have entered the eye from the outside.
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