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Explosive tell-all book by trump niece released

Explosive tell-all book by trump niece released

Despite opposition from within her own family, u.S. President niece mary trump’s tell-all book has been published. The book by the doctor of psychology, which paints a damning picture of U.S. President donald trump, went on sale in the U.S. On tuesday.

Donald trump’s younger brother, robert trump, had failed at the last minute in his bid to get injunctions in new york court to stop publication against the author and the publisher, simon & trump cobbler to enforce. Judge hal greenwald declined to issue such orders on monday.

Numerous US media had already reported in advance from the book in which mary trump accuses the US president of being a narcissist. Donald trump meets all the criteria for that, mary trump writes. She compares her uncle in the book to a three-year-old who knows he has never been loved. The title of the 240-page book is "too much and never enough – how my family created the most dangerous man in the world". In germany the heyne-verlag brings the work on 31. August on the market.

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Do you also have pain?

Stomach ache, headache, backache, toothache – the list could go on and on. Many people are plagued by pain. They are actually a symptom that something is wrong in the body, but pain can also become an illness in itself there is even a nationwide association dedicated to the topic of pain: the german pain society.
"We want to achieve that the health system is there for the pain patients, unfortunately it often runs at present the other way round" so prof. Dr. Med. Michael schafer, president of the german pain society. "Especially in the area of pain, we are dealing with severe underuse and misuse among many millions of people. Although health policy, for example with the resolution of the youngest 88. Conference of state health ministers, essential signals set, but overall much remains to be done", according to the pain expert. A fact recognized in bad kissingen. Here in st.-elisabeth hospital has dr. Maximiliane deckart started to establish a pain center in september 2015. Initially, she thought she had time to slowly build up the new department. She had not. Quite quickly, the demand from patients was coarser than the possibilities of treatment. In march of this year there was a waiting list for potential patients until june (see the issue of 22. March 2016).
According to estimates, around five to eight million people in germany alone suffer from chronic pain. The multimodal pain treatment, as developed in bad kissingen by dr. Deckart is a holistic inpatient therapy that addresses not only the physical effects of pain, but also the psychological effects that often accompany it. Because pain often has many faces in the course of an illness.

A multi-layered approach

permanent pain alters the affected patients. They participate less in everyday and leisure activities, withdraw more and more in everyday life and avoid social contacts. This is exactly where the concept of this pain therapy comes into play. "Besides dr. Deckart’s treatment team at the eli in bad kissingen consists of psychologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, nurses and other professionals who work hand in hand in the therapy", says ingo mack, the clinic’s press spokesman. The goal is for those affected to expand their pain-related restricted living space and achieve a better quality of life.
What to do for pain, our experts can answer these questions next tuesday.

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“Small women’s group donates 9200 euros for myanmar

As chairman of the association "friends of asia", wolfgang hasselkus, a medical doctor from rodental, has been volunteering for about 30 years to help patients with health problems in the myanmar jungle province bordering thailand. In the meantime, he has specialized in the area of eyes. During the last working visit in the fall of 2019, he treated about 250 patients. Even before the turn of the millennium, he began teaching tropical ophthalmology to a team of local workers, one by one. In the meantime, helpers can carry out treatments on their own under the guidance of the object manager bow. To this day, the principle is not to send any of the visually impaired and destitute patients away without treatment. That is why the financing of the humanitarian projects is dependent on donors.

For this part, hasselkus has been a member of the "small circle of women" working group in sonnefeld hardworking, again and again from "heinzelmannchen" supported "heinzelfrauen as he expressed it at the social get-together of the working group in the former parish hall.

"This year, with help from the districts of coburg, kronach and lichtenfels, we are able to hand over a high four-digit sum", hedwig thomaka, who gave the idea, was pleased.