The Truth About Nerve Cells That 'Don't Regenerate'
How often do you hear the phrase: nerve cells do not regenerate. It is with these words that they try to convince a person not to worry. And until recently,…

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The benefits of dates
Dates growing on the date palm are high-calorie, healthy and sweet fruits. Many people prefer to eat them dried, as fresh fruits are quite tart in taste. From one palm…

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What is hemoglobin
If you want to know what hemoglobin is, then this note is for you. Hemoglobin (from Greek haima meaning blood and Latin globus meaning ball) is a protein found in…

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The benefits of dates
Dates growing on the date palm are high-calorie, healthy and sweet fruits. Many people prefer to eat them dried, as fresh fruits are quite tart in taste. From one palm…

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Buteyko method

Few people know that Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko, who was born in 1923 in the Kharkov province, in the village of Ivanitsa (now the Sumy region of Ukraine), was not only an outstanding Soviet scientist, clinician and physiologist, but also a philosopher of medicine. He came to this after he developed the so-called Buteyko method.

An amazing and extremely interesting fact of medicine is that Buteyko expressed and scientifically substantiated a fundamentally new concept – shallow breathing. Most people know that in any difficult and painful situation, classical medicine says one thing – breathe deeply. Continue reading

Interesting facts about blood

Interesting facts about human blood are not known to many. But this precious liquid ensures the vital activity of our body! An adult’s heart pumps about 10,000 liters of blood per day. And it is worthy of attention. We offer you interesting medical facts about blood.

More than 7 billion blood cells die off in the human body every hour. They are replaced by new ones, which are reproduced by the bone marrow and spleen. The average daily volume of renewed blood is approximately 25 grams. Continue reading

Dark circles under the eyes

Dark circles under the eyes occur as a reaction of the body to various negative factors: severe fatigue, prolonged stress, exacerbation of a chronic disease. As a rule, when the condition normalizes, they disappear without causing much concern, but sometimes they persist for a fairly long period. You have to make an effort to get rid of them.

We bring to your attention interesting medical facts on this important topic for many women and men. Continue reading

How to clean your ears
How to clean your ears, and how to do it right? This question is of interest to anyone who cares about his health. In general, it is very important for…

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The benefits and harms of soda
Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is a substance of natural origin. When used correctly, it does not harm the human body, but brings great benefits. Possessing a number of useful properties,…

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Cancer diagnosis and cancer prevention
Unfortunately, many people continue to die from cancer, regardless of whether they are poor or rich. But still, cancer is not a death sentence! If you not only rely on…

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