The wednesday before the carnival vacations did not go quite like normal school lessons for the ninth-grade students at the AKG: according to a press release, they took part in the "flash-back" drug prevention project part of which was about cannabis and legal highs, among other things. Instead of the teachers, the police chiefs tobias adelmann and katharina frosch, prevention officers of the kitzingen police station, the social pedagogues anna-lena spirk and monika pfister from the kitzingen youth and health office, and the student assistants philipp hofmann and jonas walter were there to discuss topics such as the attraction of drugs, the development of addiction, or the criminal consequences of drug use with the students. After a theoretical introduction, the students went through an interactive course with a total of four stations, which were competently supervised by the speakers. These stations dealt with investigation procedures by the police and the public prosecutor’s office, legal consequences of drug use, but also with the personal assessment of one’s own risk of becoming addicted and knowing protective factors that can significantly reduce this risk.
On tuesday, the 45-year-old informed her cabinet in schwerin about her breast cancer diagnosis. "The good news is: this cancer is curable", she said, according to a statement from her state office. She will continue to hold the office of minister president and also the party chairmanship of the state SPD, but will give up her party offices at the federal level.
The necessary medical treatment will mean that she will not be able to attend all her public appointments in the coming months, schwesig added. But "after intensive talks" she is "very confident" with the attending physicians, to get back to full health.
Schwesig was federal family minister from 2013 to 2017. Since july 2017, she has been minister president of mecklenburg-western pomerania, and since the beginning of 2019, together with hermann grohe (CDU), she has been chairman of the mediation committee of the bundestag and bundesrat.
The clinical center coburg informs on wednesday, 17. April, about arthrosis and its development. For every human being, like seeing and hearing well, moving well and without pain is a basic need. With a life expectancy of more than 80 years, it seems almost miraculous that our joints can function for such a long time in most cases.
Unfortunately, not all people are lucky enough to get through life permanently pain-free and mobile. Millions of people, especially the elderly, are affected by premature joint degeneration, which can have a considerable impact on their health. As part of the "orthopaedics" patient information series informs the clinic for orthopaedics and trauma surgery at the clinical center coburg on 17. April from 18 o’clock over arthrose and their emergence. According to a press release, the event, like the previous ones, will take place in the parish center st. Augustin and is free of charge for all interested parties.
A question of genes?
What are the factors that provide one person with a lifetime of good joint function, but lead to premature joint deterioration in another?? In many cases, plant-related factors play a major role. The bony shape of the socket, especially in the case of the hoof joint, is of great importance in terms of premature wear. Here the prevention begins already shortly after the birth. Ultrasound examinations of newborns have made it possible for the last 30 years to detect and treat malformations in the child’s hoof joint. Furthermore, abnormal stresses on the joint surfaces, such as those caused by overweight bowlegs or knock-knees, can lead to increased wear and tear on the joints.