Recall: disease-causing coli bacteria found in soft cheese The Lower Saxony company Ruwisch & Zuck - Die Käsespezialisten GmbH & Co. KG has started a recall for a French raw milk soft cheese. Harmful coli bacteria have been detected in the product.
Myth on the test bench: Listening more concentrated with closed eyes? It is often said that people can listen more concentrated when they close their eyes. What is the point of this claim? Neuroscientists at the University of Lübeck have now put this myth to the test.
Dangerous bacteria: numerous pathogens lurk on the plane Although scientists recently reported that it is not possible to clearly prove how many viruses and bacteria are transmitted in airplanes, it is clear that numerous pathogens can be found in airplanes. Folding tables, armrests, seat covers, door handles and toilet flush buttons in particular are often heavily contaminated with it, as a study has now shown.
Saturated fatty acids: Why coconut oil should only be used in moderation. While coconut oil has been repeatedly touted as a true “miracle and cure” in the past, more and more experts are now pointing out that this oil is not so healthy after all. An expert from Stiftung Warentest also advises that coconut oil should only be used in moderation.
With solidarity and responsibility through the corona crisis In the corona crisis, the German Ethics Council is now also speaking up and making recommendations for dealing with the pandemic. He currently considers the current restrictions on freedom to combat the pandemic to be justified, but calls for thorough reviews and gradual easing as soon as possible.
Radon heat therapy is used for diseases of the rheumatic type, the musculoskeletal system, the respiratory tract and the skin. This form of therapy has been used in mountain tunnels for around a century, the walls of which emit the radioactive noble gas radon. To do this, patients take a tunnel train to various therapy stations in the mountains and spend an approximately one-hour therapy session lying down.