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Ticks: prevent TBE and Lyme disease properly

The best way to protect yourself from ticks Every year again: The tick season has begun and those of us who like to be out in nature have to deal with the little bloodsuckers. Ticks can transmit diseases such as TBE (early summer meningoencephalitis, a form of meningitis) or Lyme disease.
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Medicinal plants

Borage - effect, application, recipes and sowing

Borage, also called cucumber herb, is a leafy leaf plant. Just as strange as his family name is his appearance with hairy leaves and stems as well as star-shaped flowers that change their color from pink-violet to an intense blue in summer. Borage is an old medicinal and kitchen plant, but we should enjoy it with caution.
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Sad record: Food warnings hit a new record high

2019: The Year of Recalls Germs, fungi, bacteria, contaminants, allergy triggers and other health hazards cause regular food recall campaigns and annoyance among consumers. The number of government warnings about health-endangering products in circulation will reach a new record in 2019.
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Muscles, ligaments & amp; Tendons

Cruciate ligament pain - causes and treatment

Cruciate ligament pain is caused by overstretching or straining, a tear (rupture) or tearing of one of the cruciate ligaments. In the rarest of cases, both ligaments are affected. Tasks of the cruciate ligaments The cruciate ligaments are distinguished from the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments. As the name suggests, these are crossed on top of each other.
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Coffee consumption with consequences: caffeine discovered in blood reserves

Active ingredients from coffee, cough syrup and tranquilizers found in preserved blood, especially in the dark season, many people need their morning coffee. The caffeine kick gives them the energy they need to start the day motivated. How widespread coffee consumption is actually in the western world, researchers at Oregon State University have now more or less found out by chance when examining preserved blood.
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