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Bhupesh Prusty explains: “Inherited factors have long been known to increase the risk of developing several types of psychiatric disorders including bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and schizophrenia,” External link

neurosciencenews Sunday, April 7, 2019 9:18:00 PM CEST

Bhupesh Prusty explains: “Pathogens may disrupt neurodevelopment and cross-talk with the immune system at key developmental stages,” External link

neurosciencenews Sunday, April 7, 2019 9:18:00 PM CEST

Bhupesh Prusty sums up: “We were able to find active infection of HHV-6 predominantly within Purkinje cells of human cerebellum in bipolar and major depressive disorder patients,” External link

neurosciencenews Sunday, April 7, 2019 9:18:00 PM CEST

Bhupesh Prusty says: “Studies like ours prove this thinking as wrong,” External link

neurosciencenews Sunday, April 7, 2019 9:18:00 PM CEST

Ulrich Fegeler beschreibt: „Meist dauert ein Fieberkrampf nur Sekunden bis fünf Minuten. Kinder verdrehen die Augen, verlieren das Bewusstsein und spannen den ganzen Körper an, beginnen zu zucken oder ihr Körper erschlafft. Die Hautfarbe ist blass und der Bereich um die Lippen kann sich blau färben“ External link

kinderaerzte-im-netz Wednesday, December 19, 2018 3:46:00 PM CET

Ulrich Fegeler warnt: „Beobachten Eltern solch einen Anfall zum ersten Mal, kann er sehr bedrohlich wirken. Dennoch sollten sie Ruhe bewahren und den Notarzt unter der Nummer 112 verständigen. Sie können ihr Kind nach dem Anfall - bis der Arzt kommt - in die stabile Seitenlage bringen, so dass Speichel und gegebenenfalls Erbrochenes aus dem Mund fließen kann und nicht in die Atemwege gelangt. Keinesfalls dürfen sie das Kind schütteln!“ External link

kinderaerzte-im-netz Wednesday, December 19, 2018 3:46:00 PM CET

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