Top 10 most stupid health myths
1 Bubble Gum Myth: Swallowed chewing gum has been digested for seven years. Truth: Despite the fact that chewing gum sticks to almost everything, your stomach is one of the…

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Dangerous Misconceptions about First Aid
It doesn't matter where and when they came from, but almost everyone has some knowledge about first aid. Alas, in most cases, this set of knowledge is a mixture of…

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What you think can kill you
To feel the effect of the nocebo on yourself, it is not necessary to provoke any priest of voodoo - just scroll through a couple of newspapers or exchange gossip…

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How to stay slim during pregnancy?

Pregnancy is the most important, saturated stage in a woman’s life. Nothing will be the same as it is now, including the body. During the nine-month miracle, the mental and physical condition of the woman undergoes enormous transformations. There is no doubt that pregnancy will change your energy balance, diet and exercise. Pregnancy will affect your attitude to yourself, which in turn will greatly affect your behavior. Although you must place the needs of a developing fetus in the first place, this does not mean that you should forget about your own needs. A balanced diet and regular, sparing physical exertion will benefit both you and your child. Continue reading

20 interesting facts about depression

Depression, this scourge of modern times, has become a particularly serious problem for young people. We often feel lonely, upset, dissatisfied, misunderstood and we hope that this will soon pass. What happens to us in such cases – is it just a bad mood or already the threat of depression?
We have collected 20 interesting facts that will help you answer this question and get to know this demon of our epoch closer. Continue reading

Disease prevention
Disease prevention is one of the most important tasks of modern health care, it is incorporated in a number of government programs and the OMS system. In addition, even the…

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Headache
The scientific name for the headache is cephalalgia. The brain itself does not feel pain, because it does not have pain receptors. It is estimated that no less than 80%…

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