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Medicinal plants

Cowslip (Primula veris) - effects and uses

We know the cowslip as an early bloomer in the garden and as an ornament, but hardly as a medicinal plant. It was once considered the key to heaven, and was used in folk medicine as a remedy for pain, cough, inflamed airways and psychological upsets such as fear or nervousness. Like valerian, she also helped you fall asleep.
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News

Optimists sleep better

How does a positive attitude affect sleep? Many people have problems with their sleep. There are multiple reasons for that. Researchers have now found that optimistic people generally sleep better compared to people who have a negative outlook on life, and the University of Illinois recent study found that optimists tend to sleep longer and their sleep is of better quality.
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Study: Stress has a major impact on our weight

Eating under stress leads to greater weight gain It is known that stress affects our physical and mental health and can lead to migraines, digestive problems and anxiety, for example. When people are unable to handle stress properly, they often resort to foods high in sugar and fat to help them cope with their stress.
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Diseases

Eating disorders: anorexia nervosa (anorexia)

Anorexia nervosa is the most common psychological eating disorder The most commonly diagnosed eating disorder is anorexia (anorexia nervosa). Predominantly sick girls in puberty and young women. In Germany, every 100th to 200th girl between the ages of 15 and 19 is affected.
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Scarring: how do scars develop?

Unsolved scar puzzles Scars are known to be a typical result of injuries and surgery, but it is still unclear exactly how the scars develop. In a current study, researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum M√ľnchen were able to demonstrate for the first time that scars are formed from parts of the connective tissue - so-called fascia.
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