9 stylish prostheses that brought people with disabilities back to a full life
Sometimes it happens that a person is deprived of the opportunity to lead a full life due to loss of limbs. But today prosthesiologists, thanks to the latest scientific developments,…

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4 non-proprietary inventions that saved millions of human lives and did not bring their creators a penny
Four inventions without a patent that saved millions of lives. I wonder what modern medicine would be like if it weren't for these four inventions. To date, they have already…

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10 incredible facts about plastic surgery
When it comes to plastic surgery, many immediately imagine expensive surgeries that are resorted to by the famous and rich in order to preserve beauty. There is some truth in…

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Deception everywhere: 7 eye features that can be hard to believe

Our eyes lie to us.

In fact, the human eye is a very “imperfect” organ. If you compare the visual system with cameras, you should immediately say that they are different from the word “completely” (although it would seem). The fact is that the human brain actively “intervenes” in the process of collecting visual information and corrects its perception, primarily-colors, shapes, and even the perception of time. Here are some interesting paradoxes.
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From space to coffee: 10 ways to use excrement that people don't know
The human body is a real processing plant, in the cycle of which defecation is a natural process. Although this process is repugnant, throughout history, people have found many different…

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Strange methods of psychotherapy that help people cope with their internal problems
When it comes to psychotherapy sessions, they most often imagine a patient who relaxes in a chair in front of a psychotherapist and talks about his problems and experiences. But…

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10 ancient medical practices that chill the blood
Modern people are used to trust medicine unconditionally and rely on the help of doctors both in the case of a common cold and in the case of serious diseases.…

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From bloodletting to drinking urine: harsh and merciless medicine of the past
Harsh and merciless medieval medicine. In the XV century, a book called Fasciculus Medicinae was created, which at that time served as a universal medical reference and contained a description…

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