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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How to get rid of black dots
Everyone wants to be beautiful and have an attractive appearance, but many factors can prevent this. Today we will talk about black dots that appear on the surface of the…

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10 Interesting Medical Facts
Medicine, of course, concerns each of us. And today we bring to your attention the 10 most interesting medical facts that may seem fantastic to you. As you know, the…

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How to get rid of snoring
In fact, snoring is a very serious problem, and as you can imagine, it is more of a concern for those who cannot sleep because of it. There is even…

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How a doctor can save smartphone memory: recommendations from Doctor Booster
Doctors who actively use a smartphone are constantly faced with the problem of lack of device memory. Communicating with patients through Messagers, sending and receiving photos or other files from…

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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

What is osteochondrosis
If you are interested in interesting medical facts, then we offer you a short overview of what osteochondrosis is. This compound word comes from two Greek words: "Osteo" - bone,…

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"Krok 3": how an internship doctor can prepare for an exam using the Doctor Booster app
As part of the next expansion of functions, the developers of Doctor Booster offered application users not only new features related to patient management, but also functionality that is useful…

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