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Verdict: No compulsory psychiatric assessment in your own home

Federal Constitutional Court emphasizes the inviolability of the apartment Mentally ill people do not have to tolerate the assessment in their own apartment for possible placement in a psychiatric facility. A corresponding court order violates the fundamental right to the inviolability of the apartment, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe decided on Tuesday, 3.
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Baby is born pregnant with her brother

Medical phenomenon: newborn was born "pregnant" In India, a boy was born who was "pregnant" himself; he carried his twin within him. This medical phenomenon, called "foetus in foeto", is extremely rare. To this day, experts are still puzzling over the possible causes: newborn carries his twin in his stomach, according to media reports, a 19-year-old mother in India gave birth to a boy who bore his twin.
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Cranberry or cranberry: are there any differences?

Cranberry or cranberry? What's the difference? (Aid) - For many cranberries and cranberries are the same, for some they are the same. These are two different types of plants from the heather family, which differ significantly: the cranberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) is native to Europe and Asia and thrives on an upright dwarf shrub with broad leaves.
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Why therapy for colon cancer has so far often failed

New approaches to the treatment of colorectal cancer are in demand Although large intestine can be removed relatively surgically at an early stage, the diseases are often only discovered at a stage in which the operation offers only limited chances of success. Scientists at the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich (LMU) have investigated why this is the case in a recent study.
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