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New route of transmission for norovirus and rotavirus discovered

Bethesda (dpa). Norovirus and rotavirus, which cause gastrointestinal infections, can also be transmitted through saliva. This was shown by research on mice and human salivary gland cells. Until now, doctors have generally assumed that infections with these viruses occur almost exclusively through the fecal-oral route: small amounts of feces, for example from contaminated food or …

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Hyundai Mobis plans to extend biotechnology to mobility to take care of drivers’ health

Seoul, South Korea, March 2 /PRNewswire/ — – New “Smart Cabin” health technology analyzes vital data such as posture, heart rate and brain waves to enable safe driving.– It switches to autonomous driving when the driver is under stress and controls the level of CO2 in the cabin– Embedded technology that applies biotechnology to mobility…so …

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Health: WHO convenes an emergency committee for monkeypox – Panorama

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebrejesus in Geneva. Photo: Salvatore Di Nolfi/KEYSTONE/dpa In Germany, the number of cases of monkeypox has risen to more than 200. The EU is buying 110,000 doses of the vaccine, and the WHO is convening emergency committees in a number of countries. Berlin – Worried about the increasing number of monkeypox …

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Mental health – The pandemic increases the importance of this issue

Karlsruhe (ots) – The topic of mental health has been gaining importance for years. Company doctors are becoming increasingly aware of this topic. They actively deal with abnormalities. First of all, the company’s doctors talk to employees whose mental health they notice during a medical examination. More and more employees turn to their company doctor …

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The Senate presented the first strategy to fight the pandemic in the fall: Berlin health senator Gote expects the re-introduction of the obligation to wear masks – Berlin

In Berlin, the obligation to wear masks indoors is likely to be reintroduced in the fall. Senator for Health Ulrike Gote (Greens) currently assumes that. “We can probably prepare to wear a mask,” Gote said Tuesday after the Senate session. On Tuesday, the health senator presented an initial strategy to fight the pandemic in the …

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Health: Strong increase in mental illnesses due to Corona – Panorama

In many countries, people affected by mental illness are still looked down upon. Photo: Sina Schuldt/dpa Mental health has been neglected for decades, writes the WHO. Corona made the situation worse. However, the causes of depression often lie in childhood. Geneva – The corona pandemic has led to a sharp increase in the number of …

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After Madness: Tom Hanks Can Laugh Again – Fun

Tom Hanks performs in Hollywood. Photo: Tinseltown/Shutterstock.com First fans were worried about his health, then he was filmed having a freak out: Now Tom Hanks is showing his usual good-humoured side again. Tom Hanks (65) dismissed the negative headlines in recent days with just one appearance. In “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, he made …

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How should geno get out of the red, Ms. Thirteen?

Exclusive Stand date: June 18, 2022. Authors: Felix Kroemer and Sophie Schwarz picture: Radio Bremen | Christopher chain Felix Kr├Âmer talks to the head of Bremen’s northern health department about minus millions in the city’s clinics and how Geno is fighting the shortage of qualified workers. Year after year, the community clinics Gesundheit Nord (Geno) …

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High temperatures threaten health: study of thousands of heat deaths in the years 2018 to 2020 – Panorama – Society

High summer temperatures led to thousands of heat-related deaths in Germany between 2018 and 2020, according to a study. For the first time since the start of the research period in 1992, there has been an excess of heat deaths in three consecutive years, write researchers from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the Federal Environment …

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