Blood cancer can occur in various forms, with what is known as acute myeloid leukemia (AML) being one of the most common blood cancer diseases in adulthood. Scientists at the universities of Gießen and Ulm have investigated the development of this blood cancer in a recent study and discovered a new mechanism of action that could trigger uncontrolled cell growth.
How does the time spent in front of the television affect health? Today, most people spend too much time in front of the screens of televisions, computers or smartphones. Not only does social interaction with other people suffer from this, but apparently the risk of heart disease and cancer increases with time in front of the screen.
Hay fever: How allergy sufferers can protect themselves from sneezing while driving Drivers who suffer from hay fever can endanger themselves and others on the road. Sneezing at the wheel in particular can be dangerous. Some tips help to protect yourself from the pollen.
Walking blush after tick bite: quickly to the doctor Anyone who is out in the warm season should beware of ticks, because the little bloodsuckers can transmit dangerous diseases. If you get bitten and there is redness around the bite site, you should definitely see a doctor.
For their medical care, Hartz IV recipients must primarily adhere to their health insurance. Additional money from the job center can only be considered in the case of “inevitable” costs if the health insurance does not cover them, as the Bavarian State Social Court (LSG) in Munich said on Tuesday, 20
Experts urge regular blood pressure checksMedicists have long recommended regular blood pressure checks to avoid health problems. Now Blood Pressure UK health experts said regular blood pressure checks could save thousands of lives over the next ten years.