“Unfortunately, it’s still like that” – announces Rauch – cheers

“Since the 80s of the 20th century, AIDS has led to discrimination against individual groups of people,” Minister Rauch explains in his appeal to the people. Internationally, December 1 is dedicated to the fight against HIV and AIDS, and aims to combat stigma and discrimination due to the infection or disease. Above all, it should … Read more

‘Extremely Embarrassing’ – Egli Performs With His Pants Unzipped – People

Pop star Beatrice Egli talks about her most embarrassing stage moment. It is still “absolutely embarrassing” for her. Last Saturday the big “Beatrice Egli – Show” ran on MDR and SWR. The show featured a number of guests including her good friend Andrea Berg, Maite Kelly, Ireen Sheer, Marie Reim and M√ľnchener Freiheit. Your most … Read more

Scientists discover new coronaviruses in bats – Health

Researchers identify five viruses that are “likely to cause disease in humans” – including one that is closely related to SARS-CoV-2. A new Covid-like virus with the potential to spread to humans and livestock has been identified in bats in southern China, according to new research. Chinese and Australian scientists sampled 149 bats in Yunnan … Read more

The father of the family (47) dies after catching a cold – Lower Austria

Myocarditis claimed the life of a 47-year-old man from Klosterneuburg. A well-known roofer has not recovered from a cold. It was the end of the summer of 2022, when the well-known roofer and plumber Wolfgang Kojetinsk√Ĺ (47), affectionately called “Bunk” by friends and acquaintances, caught a cold. However, the conscientious businessman from Klosterneuburg (Tulln district) … Read more

Rare gene – Woman survives 12 cancers – health

A 36-year-old man develops tumors due to a rare gene mutation. But the mutation also protects them because they produce special defense cells. The anonymous 36-year-old woman has already survived a dozen different cancers – unbelievable. The fact that she survived, according to scientists, could take the secret of curing cancer a step further. The … Read more

Wiener refused Covid medicine – then lungs failed – health

The two coronaviruses have been available in Austria for approximately six months. The 66-year-old man refused to take it with devastating consequences. The number of newly infected people with the coronavirus in Austria has again stabilized at the lower limit since mid-October. It seems that the autumn wave and with it the danger is over … Read more

A new vaccination against the life-threatening RSV virus is coming – health

RSV infections are potentially life-threatening for infants and the elderly. Two pharmaceutical companies are working on a vaccine and are about to be approved. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is mostly known to parents. Because the child is hardly spared. Waves of RSV disease are typical for colder periods, often already at the beginning of autumn. … Read more

A woman mixes her placenta into her fiance’s smoothies – Love

Put the placenta cut into ice cubes in a blender with the rest of the ingredients. Even the fiance likes smoothies. Placenta smoothies helped her get back on her feet after giving birth, says a young mother from Australia’s Golden Coast. And they are said to be so tasty that even your fiance likes them. … Read more

Banana protein could help against all coronaviruses – Coronavirus

According to the Linz research team, the substance obtained from bananas should help against all coronaviruses. He doesn’t seem to mind the mutation either. In the fight against Sars-CoV-2, an international research team brings a new drug candidate into play: H84T-BanLec. This is a compound originally found in bananas that has been modified for use … Read more

Bacteria in the brain: scratching your nose can make you sick – Health

If you pick your nose, you risk introducing bacteria that goes directly to the brain and can promote Alzheimer’s disease. New research suggests that nose picking may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Bacteria can enter the brain through the olfactory nerve in the nose and create markers that “are a telltale … Read more