Why you shouldn't sit with your legs crossed
How do you like to sit? Most people have a habit of sitting in a certain posture. This is due to our physiological characteristics, position in society and other factors.…

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Palm oil
If you have ever thought about what we eat every day, then surely the topic of palm oil has not bypassed you. Today, this is one of the most pressing…

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How artificial intelligence is used in the development of patient treatment regimens: the US experience
An AI-assisted pneumonia care scheme has already saved a U.S. clinic $1,356 per patient, reduced hospital stays by two days, and significantly reduced hospital return visits. Flagler Hospital in St.…

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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…

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First aid
Everyone should know how to give first aid to someone who needs it. We are not talking about a full medical understanding of certain difficulties associated with various types of…

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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

How to breathe correctly

Not everyone knows how to breathe correctly, because for the majority this issue does not seem to be any serious. Breathe and it’s good.

However, these questions have troubled people for thousands of years. An ancient Chinese proverb says: “He who knows how to breathe properly is able to walk on the sand without leaving footprints.”

You may be surprised, but recent studies have shown that oxygen deficiency often leads to the formation of cancer. Continue reading

Surrogacy
Since the beginning of the 21st century, science has made a huge breakthrough in all areas of knowledge. Medicine, of course, is also developing rapidly. In this regard, there was…

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25 facts about MRI
Causes of color blindness Color blindness is a very common disease that is estimated to affect over 300 million people worldwide! Color blindness in men occurs in 1 in 12…

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