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Immune cells regulate body fat

Dear Sir or Madam,

Not only our way of life and our hormones influence our metabolism and thus our health. Overweight, for example, is promoting type 2 diabetes. Researchers have now found out that our environment is also influencing the immune cells in our body fat. Read more about this in our news.

Have a nice week!

Timo Roth
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Topic of the Month: Myocarditis
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Myocarditis: more specific diagnosis thanks to molecular imaging

Topic of the Month

Image: Collage of several MRI images of the heart, in which different locations are marked with red arrows; Copyright: University Hospital Münster/Ali Yilmaz
There are many causes of myocarditis or inflammation of the heart muscle. Oftentimes, the culprits are viruses or bacteria and sometimes even an acute heart attack. Regardless of the cause, it creates a challenge for cardiologists: a diagnosis tends to be only nonspecific without a biopsy. A cardiac MRI and molecular imaging promise to provide assistance.
Read more in our Topic of the Month:
Myocarditis: more specific diagnosis thanks to molecular imaging
Imaging, sonography, endoscopy – a view on the heart
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MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE

CCD Süd / South, 1. Floor, Room 3

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The shoulder is in the service of the hand and the function of the arm depends on the stability and mobility of the spine. Patients with symptoms in this function area represent a large patient group in physiotherapy. The speakers of the 4th MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE bring you up-to-date on the topics announced and also offer a lot of practical knowledge for daily practice.
Read more about the MEDICA PHYSIO CONFERENCE here

MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK

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Together with the Messe Düsseldorf, the TK health insurance company (Techniker Krankenkasse) presents the sixth MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK at MEDICA. More than 50 experts from politics, medicine, economy and science will discuss developments in the interface of research and practise in the four-day forum in hall 15.
Read more about the MEDICA ECON FORUM by TK here

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