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    A team of scientists from the University of Orebro in Sweden found that young people, often exposed to stress, are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease in later life. At...

  • When Can You Have Sex After Birth?

    Sex after the birth of a child in many cases significantly differs from the intimate life to pregnancy and childbirth. In this problem, it is necessary to take into account...

  • Understanding asthma-specific quality of life

    Difficult breathing, attacks of suffocation are bronchial asthma. The disease does not lend itself to a complete cure, but there is always the opportunity to preserve the quality of life,...

  • What is a phobia?

    Phobia is defined as irrational fear and the kind of restless disorder in which a patient experiences constant fear of a certain situation, living beings, places or even ordinary things....

  • Incontinence and Aging

    Some people face such health problems, the conversation about which causes a person to feel constrained. Among such disorders, there are those that do not allow a person to be...

  • Liposuction Risks and Safety

    Plastic surgery is gaining more and more pace. Initially, liposuction was used to remove small defects in the human body. Now liposuction is used everywhere, even when you can do without...

  • Home Remedies for Varicose Veins

    Varicose disease is characterized by the expansion of venous vessels on the legs, as well as a pathological change in their elasticity, the condition of the walls and the shape...

  • Fasting has a positive effect on the brain

    A group of scientists from the University of Swansea found out that ghrelin is known as the hunger hormone, which is released to the food consumption and increases appetite, stimulates...