10 medical inventions that radically changed the world
Breakthrough medical inventions. Medical science has always been one of the most progressive fields of science. Breakthroughs in medical science over the years have either opened up an alternative to…

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In Israel, they came up with a way to cope with pain in critical days without pills
Let's be honest: menstruation is not the happiest days in a woman's life. In addition to the mass of well-known inconveniences, almost every second person experiences pain, and severe. Of…

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10 benefits of fasting that will convince you that limiting yourself to food is useful
The less I eat, the more energy I have! Today, there is a lot of debate about what "proper nutrition" should be, whether to arrange so-called "fasting days" and how…

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10 blood-chilling experiments from the history of medicine

It often happens that medical experiments could be a script for a horror movie. Few people know how much pain and suffering has been inflicted on people over the centuries in the name of science and supposed progress. Today we will talk about blood-chilling medical experiments that often turned healthy people into completely sick.
1. Vaccinations for children from poor families

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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 saved millions of lives. It is really interesting that the creators of all these things did not earn a single penny on their creations. And while the “patent wars” do their best to slow down progress, but enrich the best minds, the creators of these things have given up wealth for the benefit of all mankind.
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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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15 exciting inventions of the XXI century that will soon be in every home
Throughout the history of its existence, man has constantly invented and created something new. Today, in the age of the Internet, it is difficult to imagine that human civilization began…

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8 signs that a person needs to be saved from depression
Dejection, melancholy, spleen... Although public understanding of depression has improved somewhat in recent years, people still often misunderstand or ignore depression and its symptoms. Worse, too many people hide the…

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10 of the strangest medical procedures practiced today
Teeth in eye surgery and other strange medical procedures. In recent years, medicine has changed a lot, but many people will be surprised by the unusual nature of some medical…

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