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  • Disabled people can practice sports

    Who can practice handicap sports? Even if you have a physical disability, you can go to sports. There are about 4000 Danes who do, and handicap sports are grown by children, young people, adults and the elderly. Which sports fields you can grow depends on your disability. But there are sporting opportunities for all, including highly physically handicapped and multi-handicapped people.

  • Asthma in young people

    About five to seven percent of all young people have asthma. Most people have asthma of moderate or moderate degree with periodic or sporadic symptoms. A large group has significant genes of the disease so it affects their daily lives. Many youngsters displace their asthma and get used to coughing often.

  • When children become depressed

    An increasing number of children and young people are affected by depression. But many go with it in silence - they can not even say how they are. At the same time, it is harder to ask the diagnosis in children. Therefore, depression in children and adolescents is an overlooked problem. Depression is one of the most troublesome in life.

  • Malaria parasite's life cycle

    What is a malaria parasite? The malaria parasite Plasmodium is a small encellet parasite (blood protozoa). It is a very small organism that lives as parasite in other organisms, namely humans and mosquitoes. The parasite is the cause of tropical disease malaria. The parasite is dependent on the myggearth Anopheles, the only species that can transfer and develop the plasmid parasite.

  • Sparks in the teeth can give ice cubes

    Tears in the teeth can cause icing Many patients who experience a sudden choking pain in a tooth can be prone to a crack in a tooth called an infusion. Even a simple chewing of a kernel into a piece of bread can trigger severe pain. The patient experiences such severe pain that they cease to eat on fear of new icing and pain hunting.

  • Caffeine and fertility

    Women and Caffeine If you drink 500 mg of caffeine or more (4-5 cups of coffee or more), you reduce both the spontaneous pregnancy and the chance of becoming pregnant when taking a test tube. The effect is similar to being smoker. There is about twice as much caffeine in coffee as tea, so the effect is equivalent to 8-10 cups of tea.