Experts call for halt to CRISPR editing that allows gene changes to pass on to children

Remember the global outrage four months ago at world-first claims a researcher had used the gene editing tool CRISPR to edit the genomes of twin girls? The molecular scissors known as CRISPR (CRISPR/cas9 in full) allow scientists to modify DNA with high precision and greater ease than previous technologies. Now researchers from the USA, Europe, China and New Zealand have […]

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The lucrative business with the Old

Artur Frank had the right intuition. His idea ten years ago to teach Old in Eastern European homes, a beats. Care tourism pure: The eight old age homes in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, the Franks company’s senior Palace, is almost full with German, Austrians, Swiss. “We have 200 requests for our house on lake Balaton in Hungary, we […]

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Authority warns of measles risk in Munich McDonald’s

Visitors to a Munich-based McDonald’s may have the measles Virus infected, warns the Department of health and environment. Specifically, guests on Monday (4. March) or Wednesday (6. March) have eaten between eleven and 19 o’clock in the quick-service restaurant in Trudering. At this time, a measles infected Person is present. Guests were in the period referred to in the Restaurant […]

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Vitamin pills do not store in kitchen or bathroom

Join the spring diet, or to strengthen the immune system: Many people take dietary supplements. Whether the vitamins, minerals & Co also depends on the proper intake and dosage. But also the storage of the tablets can affect the effectiveness. Such as medicines, food supplements sensitive to moisture. Therefore, the packs should not be stored in the bathroom or in […]

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Do Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Really Increase Cancer Risk?

The internet is abuzz today with worries about the latest tech-fad-turned-health-hazard, with headlines warning that wireless headphones—like Apple’s trendy AirPods—are a potential source of cancer. And yes, articles claiming that the little white devices could “pump radiation into your brain” certainly caught our attention. But before we freak out too much, let’s look at all the facts. Those headlines you […]

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Mandy Moore Just Chopped Her Hair for a Super Relatable Reason

This past weekend, a handful of celebrities jumped on the short hair bandwagon—hey, Kristen Bell and Jordyn Woods—and debuted fresh chops. The trendsetter? None other than Mandy Moore, who posted her hair transformation to Instagram last Thursday. The This Is Us actress shared a series of photos on social media, surprising fans with a slightly darker, wavy bob courtesy of Garnier consulting hairstylist Ashley Streicher. […]

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The Heave-Ho, Minister Of

Ambitious, Jens Spahn (CDU) is all. Therapies, organ donation, even the diapers in the care of the elderly: The Minister of health wants to do everything by the boss. In nice regularity, he surprised with a new idea that would justify a separate series under the title of “Spahn calls …”. The outrage is almost always a certainty, even of […]

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Scientists identify genetic factors that may cause some people to become obese

Obesity is a major public-health problem in the United States and around the world, with an estimated 650 million people suffering from the condition. One of the biggest challenges of this ever-worsening condition is figuring out why people become obese in the first place, and why some people are more vulnerable to obesity than others. Now, scientists at The Rockefeller […]

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No more desire to Simple group: Why this doctor opponents, and throws out his practice

Christoph Seeber is a General practitioner with a private practice in Leer, East Frisia, a quiet place with just 35,000 inhabitants. Since the days of Seeber in the press as the General practitioner who does not tolerate any opponents in his practice. A conversation with a doctor who has no desire for discussion. “Doctor, granted Impfgegnern the house prohibition in […]

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