HIV has returned in the allegedly healed childThe "Mississippi girl" allegedly healed from HIV carries viruses in the blood again after two years without antiretroviral therapy. "This is a disappointing turn of events for the child, medical staff and HIV / AIDS research worldwide," said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
Nutrition: lecithin as an additive mostly from plant sources The E numbers on food packaging are often confusing for many consumers. For example, lecithin (E 322) should not be vegetarian. Consumer advocates clarify: The additive consists largely of herbal products.
Rapeseed oil for fat men better than olive oil When preparing food, the question always arises what is the best oil for it. Not only for taste reasons, but also for health reasons. It has long been known that olive oil performs well on both points. German researchers have now come to the conclusion that rapeseed oil can improve cholesterol and liver values even more.
A mother from Hamburg is accused of having given her three-year-old son injections of feces and urine to make the child sick. The prosecutor suspects that the woman is suffering from Munchausen's proxy syndrome, a rare mental disorder in which mothers pretend to be very caring despite causing harm to their children's health.
Strong organ with weak spots: Cardiovascular diseases are one of the most common causes of death in Germany and Europe. The organ that supplies our body with blood is extremely powerful, but it also has weak points. Many diseases that damage the heart do not hurt and are often barely noticeable for a long time.
Sex hormones are decisive for the response to sexual stimuli The decisive factor for sexual behavior or sexual arousal in men is not the Y chromosome but the release of sex hormones, reports the Austrian daily "Kurier", citing a study by researchers from the Emory Health Sciences.