8 pretty harmless things that are really bad for you
We all understand that it is harmful to cross the street without looking at it from the sides, or to ingest chemicals that people usually have under the kitchen sink.…

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Mental health
We all know about what health is - this term is most succinctly reflected in the phrase “no disease”. It is possible to call a healthy person, who does not…

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Polycystic ovary
Polycystic ovarian disease is one of the leading causes of female infertility, while in some cases the symptoms of the disease can hardly manifest themselves, in others - cause a…

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7 questions about teeth: the dentist answers

Oddly enough, most of us do not know how to properly care for the oral cavity. The most relevant questions are answered by the Associate Professor of Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry Evgeny Solovykh.
1. Do toothpastes differ from each other or is it just advertising?
Toothpastes are really different. To choose the one you need, carefully study the composition. Pastes come in three forms: Continue reading

Pregnancy – is happiness or strained for everyone around you?

“Over the weekend, toxicosis raged. In this regard, I lie half-dead on the couch. My husband had already managed to run to the store in the morning, cook dinner, and now he is vacuuming. And he made his son wipe the dust. The child carries a rag on the shelves and periodically glances at me. Then she whispers to her husband: “Why? We will do everything for mom now?” Continue reading

What is meditation and is it useful to everyone?

Meditation turns learned information into experience. At the first level, its goal is to calm the mind and keep it in the same place. It creates a space between the perceiver and the perceived, allowing you to choose roles in the comedies of life and avoid its tragedies.
This defensive distance is most often achieved through awareness of one’s own breathing or concentration on the Buddha’s form — a meditation called “Shamatha” in Sanskrit and “Shine” in Tibetan. Continue reading

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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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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