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Morning coffee raises the levels of this hormone

Russian gastroenterologist Dr. Dilyara Lebedeva says that morning coffee can provoke a surge in one hormone - cortisol. Harm from Caffeine, as the doctor noted, causes stimulation of the nervous system. Such stimulation can...

Why having a pet benefits children

We can all agree that pets are good for the soul. They comfort us, make us laugh, are always happy to see us, and love us unconditionally. Even though cats can sometimes be hard...

EIB Provides €115 Million Backing for Major ETZ Hospital Renewal Project in Netherlands

BRUSSELS - The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed off on €100 million in financing to support a comprehensive modernization program by the Elisabeth-TweeSteden (ETZ) hospital group in Tilburg, Netherlands. An additional €15 million...

Screen time can seriously harm your eyes: here’s how to avoid it

Every day, more and more patients are seeking medical attention after spending long days in front of computer screens.

Abuse, lack of therapy and staff in Bulgarian psychiatry

Patients in Bulgarian psychiatric hospitals are provided with nothing even approaching modern psychosocial treatments Continued abuse and tying of patients, lack of therapy, understaffing. This is what a delegation of the Committee for the Prevention...

Spiritual and moral health

The main concepts and definition of health: The ability of a person to adapt to his environment. The definition of health was formulated by the World Health Organization and sounds like this: "Health is not...

Education seriously extends life

Dropping out of school is as harmful as five drinks a day Scientists from the Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology have revealed the life-prolonging benefits of education, regardless of age, gender, location, social and...

Snail Slime: A Skin Care Phenomenon

The ancient Greeks used snail mucus on the skin to combat local inflammation Commonly used to repair damaged skin, products containing snail slime date back far beyond the age of social media — and may...

Grim statistics! Alcoholism has once again conquered Russia

For the first time in more than a decade, in 2022, the number of registered alcoholics increased in Russia, according to data published in Rosstat's 2023 Health Compendium. Even the official statistics report an increase:...

Putin‘s personal gerontologist, who worked to extend life to 120 years, has died

Vladimir Havinson, one of the most famous Russian gerontologists, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and founder of the Institute of Gerontology, died at the age of 77, The Moscow Times reports. Havinson has...

Getting older doesn’t make you wiser, a scientific study has shown

Aging does not lead to wisdom, a scientific study has shown, reported "Daily Mail". Dr. Judith Gluck of the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, conducted research linking age to mental capacity. The link between aging and...

Women‘s tears contain chemicals that block male aggression

Women's tears contain chemicals that block male aggression, a study by Israeli scientists found, cited by the electronic edition "Euricalert". Specialists from the Weizmann Institute of Science found that tears lead to a reduction in...

The “Sicilian violet” is an excellent antioxidant

"Sicilian violet" is called the purple cauliflower that grows in Italy, and it is no worse than the regular one, but its color is quite unusual. This vegetable is a cross between broccoli and...

Why some sounds annoy us

The sounds that usually cause problems for people are either very loud or very high pitched. "Some common examples of very loud or high-frequency sounds are car alarms going off near you or an ambulance...

Advancing Human-Robot Interactions in Healthcare

When he isn’t investigating human motor control, the graduate student gives back by volunteering with programs that helped him grow as a researcher in the field of human-robot interactions in healthcare. An accomplished MIT...

The human rights of the “alleged” mentally ill

Is psychiatry really a scientific discipline? And what is a mentally ill person?

Turkey introduces non-alcoholic all inclusive in some hotels

The head of the Mediterranean Association of Hoteliers and Tour Operators (AKTOB) Kaan Cavaloglu motivated the need for this initiative with the rising costs against the background of the complex economic situation in Turkey Representatives...

French anti-cult law proposes to criminalise natural health

Vote on 19 December will decide the future of alternative medicine in France. Next week in France, the parliament will decide whether or not to support a law that grants authorities the power to criminalise...

Antidepressants and brain stroke

It's cold, Paris at this time of the year is a chilly 83 per cent humidity, and the temperature is a mere three degrees. Fortunately, my usual café au lait and toast with butter...

A gene for insomnia that haunts us throughout our lives discovered

The studies will help scientists to prevent night waking problems A new study shows that specific patterns in DNA may determine whether we develop insomnia, reports MailOnline. Researchers in the Netherlands collected genetic information from 2,500...

A smoke-free future, what is the importance of vitamins?

by Nick van Ruiten | Oct 12, 2023 Smokers want a smoke-free future. To succeed, supporting the body is important. What role do vitamins play in this? Smokers are aware of harm You don't have to convince smokers that they are...

A Call to Service, A Pledge to Hope: Princess Leonor’s Inspiring Speech at the Princess of Asturias Awards 2023

Princess of Asturias delivered an inspiring speech at the Awards, emphasizing unity, collaboration, and service to others. #PrincessLeonor #AsturiasAwards

MEP Maxette Pirbakas Calls for Urgent Action on Water Crisis in French Overseas Departments

On October 18th, 2023, at the European Parliament, MEP Maxette Pirbakas delivered a powerful speech highlighting the escalating water crisis in the French overseas departments, particularly in Martinique, Guadeloupe, and Mayotte. Maxette Pirbakas says it...

Scientology Empowering Mental Health against Abuses: Advocating for Guidelines to Protect People

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, October 12 2023. World Mental Health Day on October 10 2023 became a platform for a global community that stands up for raising awareness and instigating change against psychiatric abuses. The Scientology...

Xylazine, a one-way trip to Dante’s Inferno

Xylazine is called a "zombie drug" because the users have this particular, confused, hunched and slowed move which gives them the appearance of the living dead.
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