Cardiovascular disease risk factor: How to lower high blood pressure According to health experts, around 30 percent of the adult population in the western world suffers from high blood pressure. Hypertension is also a common disease in this country. Too high blood pressure is a significant risk factor for dangerous cardiovascular diseases.
Successful weight loss: the fattest woman in the world is losing 250 kg The formerly fattest woman in the world has lost around 250 kg thanks to a special liquid diet and a bypass operation. Previously, the Egyptian weighed twice as much. However, the 37-year-old is not freed from her numerous health problems.
Medicinal plant Wasserdost helps with colds and liver diseasesWasserdost has many names, and some remember that our ancestors attributed magical properties to the plant. It is called thunder herb or dragon herb, blue weather cool and weather herb, weather clover, deer herb, deer gorse or deer dost because it should keep rain away as a plant of the deer and weather god.
Constantly changing working hours disrupt our circadian rhythm. Many people in Germany work as shift workers. The constant change of working hours disturbs the daily rhythm. This often causes sleep problems and other health problems. Researchers have now found that shift workers have an increased risk of heart disease due to their irregular working hours.
Itchy skin disease: scabies should be treated as soon as possible. Although many people think that scabies has long been a thing of the past in Germany, there have always been phases in which the itchy skin disease has returned. The disease is caused by the itch mite. If you suspect that the tiny parasites have spread to your body, you should see a doctor and get treatment quickly.
Zucchini: Watch out for bitter taste! Zucchini is a light summer vegetable with few calories. Many also grow the delicious vegetables in the home garden. But sometimes there is a risk to life if zucchini and squash are grown themselves. In this article we show you to pay attention to.