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Alternative medicine will not cure diseases, hiding behind impotence

Alternative medicine will not cure diseases, hiding behind impotence

Tells whether peoples money fix problems with erectile dysfunction. "Its no secret that many men are afraid to take serious drugs because of possible side effects. Instead, they turn to golden root tinctures or ginseng, seeing peoples money as absolutely safe panacea. Basically, folk remedies are auxiliaries and minor violations of potency produce the desired effect. It must be remembered that most violations of potency – is a symptom of a number of diseases. If the cause of...

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Scans of the brain are able to tell how old the owner of the image

Scans of the brain are able to tell how old the owner of the image

The brain scans you can – up to a year – to determine the age of the person, if he is younger than 20 years, reports RIA "Novosti" with reference to the work of Timothy Brown of the University of California School of Medicine. The study tomograms were placed 800 individuals from 3 to 20 years. It turned out, the characteristics of the brain differed significantly according to age. For example, you can calculate the age of the thickness of the cerebral cortex and its...

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Smokers are more likely to experience pain, the study

Smokers are more likely to experience pain, the study

Compared to people leading a healthy lifestyle, smokers often complain of musculoskeletal pain, the researchers from the School of Public Health, University of Kentucky. Scientists investigated the status of more than 6,000 women who took part in the survey Kentucky Womens Health Registry, writes The Times of India. Based on the responses of women regarding their health, experts pitched member groups. Were taken into account age, bad habits in the form of cigarettes and the number of...

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The survey showed a big increase deadly for women

The survey showed a big increase deadly for women

Higher women have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, experts warn. Another risk factor is obesity, reports BBC. It should be said about these relationships experts said more than once, but only now have they unequivocally confirmed. Is based on the latest research groups working under the direction of Valerie Beral of Oxford University, went to the analysis of 47 scientific papers from 14 countries, including those 25,000 women with ovarian cancer and 80,000 healthy women. Scale study...

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Fresh bread can awaken in man altruism, say observation

Fresh bread can awaken in man altruism, say observation

Scents produce a special effect on people. According to scientists at the University of South Brittany, smell freshly baked bread makes us kinder to strangers, writes The Independent. Experiments have shown that pedestrians often helped people, provided that there is a smell of bread. The study involved eight volunteers. Half of them were asked to stand at the door of the bakery. The second part was standing next to a clothing store. People like accidentally dropped a glove on the pavement,...

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Singapore embraces a real epidemic of diabetes

Singapore embraces a real epidemic of diabetes

Approximately 11.3% of Singapore residents aged 18-69 are living with diabetes, according to the 2010. For comparison: in 2004 the figures were 8.2%, Xinhua reported citing local newspaper The Straits Times. Disease is common among the elderly. According to experts, one in three to 69 years in Singapore will suffer from diabetes. This puts Singapore on one of the first places in the list of developed countries facing an epidemic of diabetes. Thus, in Europe diabetes is common to 6-9% of...

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New British flu vaccine provides immunity for life

New British flu vaccine provides immunity for life

The next three years will see a unique vaccine that provides protection against all strains of influenza virus for life, writes The Daily Mail. Developers, London company SEEK, promise to relieve people from both seasonal influenza and the deadly avian or swine flu. This vaccine should be the best invention of vaccines. Also, the cost will be much lower counterparts. Recall basic vaccines that protect against influenza, have to redo every year due to mutations of the virus, due to changes...

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Shocking statistics: the world on the verge of mass epidemic of hepatitis

Shocking statistics: the world on the verge of mass epidemic of hepatitis

Approximately one-third of the worlds population is infected with the virus that causes hepatitis and kills about one million people each year. These data are published by the World Health Organization, reports Reuters. Meanwhile, many carriers of the virus do not know it and pass it on to others. According to an expert on hepatitis WHO Steven Wiersma, the world paid little attention to this problem. In this case, hepatitis can be transmitted in many ways: through water, food, blood, semen...

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The cholera epidemic in Haiti has killed more than 250 people

The cholera epidemic in Haiti has killed more than 250 people

Situation of cholera in Haiti every day worsens. To date, more than 250 registered deaths due to this disease. According to expert estimates, the epidemic will continue to spread more and more, told Reuters specialist for Humanitarian Affairs in Haiti, Nigel Fisher. Doctors say: officially known about 3000 cases. The Haitian government and organizations are trying to help somehow contain the epidemic. In particular, doctors try to isolate patients. By the way, as the main source of...

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Pregnant women is harmful to stand long and work hard

Pregnant women is harmful to stand long and work hard

If a pregnant woman at work has a lot of time on their feet, it is likely to give birth to a little baby, writes The Telegraph, citing a study in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine. At risk were doctors , vendors, people who care for children. They usually have small children of the head, indicating that the slow pace of development. 4680 study of mothers showed this pattern. Women interviewed for the working conditions and physical activity. Moreover, track-natal...

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