School bullying: “Everything leaves traces in the heart” | NDR.de – News

Status: 07/24/2022 11:30 AM Early in the second grade, Katharina Shalinsky was insulted, spitting and stoned by her classmates until she broke her nose. She wants to protect other children from such experiences. by Astrid Wolf There are no lessons, instead an anti-bullying workshop is on the schedule at Alt Duvenstedt Primary School (Rendsburg-Eckernförde district). … Read more

Corona Hamburg: The mental consequences of the epidemic – children are waiting too long for help

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Study: cerebrospinal fluid exchange improves memory – can we regenerate the brains of people with dementia?

From the youngest to the oldest animals Cerebrospinal fluid exchange improves memory 05/18/2022, 09:52 (Updated) Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis: untreatable neurodegenerative diseases. A team of researchers has now succeeded in rejuvenating the brain as part of the basic research — at least in mice, the exchange of liquor showed amazing effects. According to a … Read more

From Younger Animals to Older Animals: Cerebrospinal fluid exchange improves memory

From the youngest to the oldest animals Cerebrospinal fluid exchange improves memory 05/17/2022, 09:28 AM Dementia, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis: untreatable neurodegenerative diseases. A team of researchers has now succeeded in rejuvenating the brain as part of the basic research — at least in mice, the exchange of liquor showed amazing effects. According to a study, … Read more

With dementia and the initial stages: delaying deterioration, charging feelings positively

04/26/2022 – 09:00 German Society for Occupational Therapy (DVE) Karlovy Vary (OTS) If people receive a diagnosis of “dementia” or the first cognitive deficits develop, relatives often take on tasks that the affected person can no longer manage well on their own. “It is precisely this that also promotes the process of mental decline,” advises … Read more