Containing or blocking a sneeze can break your throat

Containing or blocking a sneeze can break your throat

Containing a sneeze completely blocking the nose and mouth can cause serious physical harm, doctors warn. The warning comes in the wake of the unusual case of a 34-year-old man who was treated in England for a tissue rupture in his throat, caused by the repression of a large sneeze....

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5 things you should not tell someone with acne

5 things you should not tell someone with acne

If you ever had or have acne or lived close to someone who suffered from it, you will know that people, acquaintances and strangers, often openly comment on your pimples, give you advice on diet or offer remedies for which you have not asked. “You should drink more water” and...

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What is the difference between colds and flu?

What is the difference between colds and flu?

Many people believe that the flu is a bad cold or stronger than usual. But in reality they are different viruses that cause the cold and the flu. Of course, both types of viruses are spread in the same way, through millions of tiny droplets that an infected person drops when...

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Lying is harmful to health

Lying is harmful to health

False apologies, simulated interest: we all lie and thus avoid conflicts. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. Lying has defensively disadvantages. Very good, everything perfect! It is the most common lie that people usually tell, according to a survey conducted by the Science Museum in London. The list also appears: I had...

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5 foods that may surprise you that are beneficial for exercise

5 foods that may surprise you that are beneficial for exercise

It’s December, a month that for many is synonymous with parties, entertainment, meals and celebrations. It is a period in which the intensity of the battle between will and duty increases over what is beneficial or not for our body, particularly in regard to diet and exercise. It is common...

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How a simple scarf can prevent asthma attacks in winter

How a simple scarf can prevent asthma attacks in winter

” A scarf can save a life “. That is the motto of a campaign launched this week in the United Kingdom in preparation for the arrival of winter. Breathing cold, humid air can cause the airways to tighten and an asthma attack is triggered in three out of four patients with the disease,...

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The simple and innovative diet to fight Diabetes

The simple and innovative diet to fight Diabetes

“This is how I beat diabetes with 200-calorie soups”: the simple and innovative diet that could revolutionize the fight against this disease Isobel Murray was one of 300 people who participated in a clinical trial conducted in the United Kingdom in which almost half of the patients overcame the type...

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Muscles in the ears and other 4 things that our body has and no longer needs

Muscles in the ears and other 4 things that our body has and no longer needs

It was Darwin who first spoke of the theory of evolution. To survive, living beings adapt to the environment by acquiring or getting rid of resources that will allow them to reproduce more and better. Natural selection is the basic principle that the naturist explains in his acclaimed work The Origin of...

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50 Years since the First Heart Transplant in the World

50 Years since the First Heart Transplant in the World

On December 3, 1967, the world learned that a doctor had transplanted into a man the heart of a dead woman in Cape Town. A feat compared with the arrival of man to the moon.

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Tips for Mental Health

Tips for Mental Health

Healthy living involves more than physical health; it also includes emotional or mental health. The following are some ways people can support their mental health and well-being. Get enough sleep daily, the CDC recommends the following by age group (naps inclusive) 12-18 hours from birth to 2 months, 14-15 hours...

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