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Verdict: Locked outside door as a deprivation of liberty

BGH: Court must approve closed accommodationKarlsruhe (jur). If a locked outer door of a dormitory for the disabled should prevent the residents from running away on their own, this is an accommodation that requires deprivation of liberty and requires approval. The necessary authorization must be granted by a court, however, if otherwise there is a serious and concrete danger to life and limb of the person being cared for, the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe decided on Tuesday, 20.
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Combining these diseases massively increases the risk of dementia

How is the likelihood of dementia increased? Many people in the world have dementia. Researchers have now found that various diseases can significantly increase the risk of developing dementia. If, for example, patients with atrial fibrillation are additionally diagnosed with a carotid artery disease, this leads to a greatly increased likelihood of developing dementia.
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OLG: Alcohol is not "digestible" in beer

Stuttgart Higher Regional Court prohibits advertising by the Swabian Härle brewery Beer must not be advertised as "digestible". Such advertising is not compatible with EU requirements and is therefore anti-competitive, judged on Thursday, November 3, 2016, the Higher Regional Court (OLG) Stuttgart (Az .: 2 U 37/16). Accordingly, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg and the Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig had already ruled on wine.
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