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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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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What does a sudden and passionate desire to eat a certain product mean?
Did you have to get up in the middle of the night with an overwhelming desire to eat a cheese sandwich, such as a sausage, a piece of chocolate, or…

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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 with colleagues. Scientists claim that beliefs that are hazardous to health can be transmitted from person to person and spread through the media. Remember – some time ago there was a rumor that cell phones are detrimental to the brain, and although no one has yet provided scientific evidence of this, thousands of people around the world have declared that the mobile phone has become a source of headache for them, in the literal sense of the word. Continue reading

Pros and cons of treatment in Israel
The State of Israel has become a recognized leader in the field of health care worldwide. The government annually allocates large sums to finance medical institutions, the purchase of advanced…

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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…

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