How scoliosis affects quality of life and health
If a person suffers from a multitude of diseases, then their cause should be sought in spinal disorders. So claimed the ancient healer Hippocrates. Modern studies have fully confirmed the…

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Hypochondria: Disease Simulators?
“Yes, he’s just a hypochondriac,” “I’ve put hypochondria on myself,” we say with irritation about an overly sensitive, dull, constantly complaining person, not always realizing that hypochondria is in fact…

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Sharply dizzy - what are the reasons?
A sharp rise or a quick head movement can cause a whole storm of unpleasant emotions. There is a feeling that the whole world began to rotate. In order not…

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Myocardial infarction

Today, cardiovascular diseases occupy a leading position throughout the world. Their most terrible complication is myocardial infarction. Myocardial infarction is a disease characterized by necrosis of the heart muscle due to partial or complete closure of the lumen of the coronary artery with an atherosclerotic plaque. Continue reading

The truth about the nerve cells that are "not restored"
How often do you hear the phrase: nerve cells are not restored. It is with these words that people are trying to convince not to worry. And until recently, this…

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Will the body recover if you give up alcohol?
Alcohol destroys human health. With the constant use of alcohol, all organs suffer, especially the liver, pancreas and brain. What happens to a drinker liver? As you know, alcohol is…

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Why headache in the morning?
Sometimes the day is not set in the morning. Headache threatens to completely disrupt the usual schedule. Such discomfort can torment periodically. But some people experience morning pain regularly. Why…

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What are nootropics and how do they work
Nootropic drugs today have been very popular. Nootropics have been taken not only on prescription, but also independently, to improve memory and attention. How justified and, most importantly, safe? What…

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