Anyone who takes the trouble to translate the English »peanut« already suspects that this plant is reluctant to be pigeonholed. Because, according to the translation, the "pea nut" is somehow both. With its closed sleeve, it has something in common with nuts. On the other hand, you can see at first glance that the herbaceous, up to 70 cm high plant with the delicate pinnate leaves is closely related to the pea.
OLG Hamm: Damages and blind money have different goals Hamm (jur). After incorrect eye treatment, the doctor may have to pay compensation to the patient, but not also to reimburse the respective blind authorities for the state blind money they have paid. That has the Hamm Higher Regional Court (OLG) in a recently published judgment of 9
Health hazard: recall for Baltic Sea Graved Salmon startedThe food producer Ostsee Fisch GmbH & Co. has started a recall campaign for "Graved Salmon". The product was objected to on the basis of evidence from Listeria. These bacteria can cause flu-like symptoms and diarrhea, among other things.
Nasal spray: Caution, risk of addiction! Cough, runny nose, hoarseness - it is winter, the cold wave rolls over the Hanseatic city and often the plagued nose is hopelessly blocked. So it makes sense to use the soothing nasal spray - spray once and the nose is reliably free for six to eight hours.
Childhood obesity increases the risk of later strokes Obesity is generally unhealthy and can lead to various illnesses. Researchers have now found that boys who were overweight in their teenage years increased the likelihood of an adult stroke by up to 80 percent.
If you want to keep your weight, you should eat healthy and good food on a regular basis. Those who have lost weight and want to keep it now often do not eat whole meals and go on a kind of "permanent diet". However, a Finnish study shows that it can pay off in the long term to adopt a healthy diet and to pay attention to regular meals.