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Trauma Surgery in Niedersachsen Metropolregion
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Does Parkinson’s Disease Begin in the Gut?

Understanding the microbiome’s role in neurodegenerative conditions
Every nine minutes, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, one of the most common neurodegenerative disorders associated with aging. Because as many as one in five Americans will reach the age of 65 or older by 2030, health care workers are bracing for a growing epidemic of these debilitating and incurable conditions. Now new Yale research suggests that several of these diseases may originate not in the nervous system, but in the gut.
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The Quiet Cost of Family Caregiving

Many employees reduce their hours or stop working to help ailing family members. But it may be years before they fully return to the work force, studies indicate.
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'Optimal' sleep linked with 74% lower cardiovascular risk

According to the American Sleep Association, 50–70 million adults in the United States have a sleep disorder. Of these, 25 million have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is when the muscle in the back of the throat relaxes too much to allow regular breathing.
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Low Testosterone Levels Tied to More Severe COVID in Men

Men with low testosterone levels may be more likely to have more severe illness when infected with COVID-19, according to a new study.
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Prenatal opioid exposure may cause long-term neurological or behavioral effects later in a child's life

While infants exposed to opioids during their mother's pregnancy have been linked to adverse health outcomes, a new study at the University of Missouri has found prenatal opioid exposure could trigger long-term neurological or behavioral effects later in a child's life.
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Österreichisches Rotes KreuzAnästhesie in Entwicklungsländern e. V.Centro per la Formazione Permanente e l'Aggiornamento del Personale del Servizio SanitarioAlumni Club Medizinische Universität WienSwiss Tropical and Public Health InstituteÖsterreichische Akademie der ÄrzteÄrztekammer für WienÖsterreichische Gesellschaft für Public Health