Swiss researchers are working on a way to diagnose disease from a patient’s breath. The technique uses a sensitive device that can identify a huge range of compounds in exhaled air.
Air pollution kills hundreds of thousands of Europeans every year. But breathing is riskier in some places than others. In countries like Poland, change is happening — but only slowly.
Almost everyone knows that asbestos is dangerous. But what many don't know is that these deadly fibers can hide everywhere: in every wall, behind every tile. Knowing what to look for may save your life.
Did you know that you have an increased cancer risk at the nail salon? Or that a lack of sleep can make you depressed? DW brings you this week's health news, all in one handy guide right here!
Slept well last night? Lucky you! 10 to 15 percent of all people have trouble sleeping. Dutch researchers have set out to help the insomniacs. They have come up with devices, mobile apps – and even a sleep robot.
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