BGH: No compulsory treatment without attempting to convince a patient To convince a mentally ill patient to consent to medical treatment is only possible without pressure. Only if the treating physicians tried to convince them, "seriously, with the necessary time and without exerting undue pressure", that the necessary compulsory treatment can be approved later, the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe decided on Thursday, 18.
Can an anti-stroke drug help Alzheimer's? Experts have now found that an experimental drug used to treat stroke appears to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's, the University of Southern California scientists said Research finds that a drug used to treat stroke could also be used to prevent Alzheimer's.
Stopping smoking immediately is the first step in COPD therapy; chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common causes of death worldwide. In Germany alone, up to five million people suffer from the disease, which is popularly known as the smoker's cough. Health experts have now published new treatment recommendations.
The term animal hair allergy is actually not quite correct. Because affected people do not react directly to animal hair, but to certain proteins that are found in the dander, sebum, saliva, faeces or urine and which ultimately adhere to the animal's hair. These smallest particles are in the air.
Visiting the toilet: this mistake spreads pathogens when flushing Most people adopt certain habits in the toilet, as they learned from their parents. After that, the topic of the toilet is taboo. This is exactly why most of us make hygiene mistakes that favor diseases.
Brainwashing describes methods to psychologically manipulate people, i.e. to wear down those affected by physical and psychological violence and more subtle methods until he assumes the identity that the brainwashers want.Pawlow's dogsThe Russian researcher Pavlov discovered the conditional reflex in experiments with dogs.