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Poor sleep health: How digitization disrupts sleep

Electronic devices in the bedroom: digitalization interferes with restful sleepSleeping sleep endangers health. According to studies, those who do not get enough rest at night have a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases. As a recent survey now shows, electronic devices such as smartphones make a significant contribution to preventing many people from finding restful sleep.
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Zika spread: warning of global microcephaly epidmia in newborns

New study: Zika virus threatens microcephaly epidmia worldwide The Zika virus, which has been spreading in Latin America for months, has long been suspected of causing newborn skull malformations. A new study has now underpinned the connection between Zika infection in pregnant women and microcephaly syndrome in babies.
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Type 2 diabetes: diagnoses increased by 30 percent in five years

English study finds massive increase in type 2 diabetes, researchers from the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK have now found in an investigation that diagnoses for type 2 diabetes in England have increased by about a third in the past five years There are more and more people who have type 2 diabetes.
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Birth control pills: Every tenth user gets depression

Pill side effect: Depression widespread / strong> Most women in Germany use contraceptive pills to prevent them. Most users will not be aware of the fact that the pill is spread, that the hormone preparation is associated with some side effects. For example, according to a survey study, every 10th person suffers.
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Biodegradable stents increase the risk of heart attack

Bio-stents are more likely to lead to further heart attacks than metal stents. Many heart patients use a so-called stent due to their illness. These “vascular supports” ensure mechanical stabilization of the vascular wall. Biodegradable stents have also been used for some years.
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