10 medieval methods of treatment that seem somewhat strange today
In medieval medicine, there were often practices that modern people may find very strange. However, some of these strange remedies aren't actually that outlandish. Medieval doctors believed that the human…

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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 unexpected facts about the most" piquant sosotoyanii " women, which are silent even doctors
Pregnancy: the woman really "glows". Ladies who had to face pregnancy and childbirth for the first time, this condition and process may seem frightening. This is understandable - after all,…

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Incredible things that happened to people after surgery

In the struggle for the quality of life, and even for life itself, people sometimes find themselves in the operating room under the sapphires of surgical lamps. And every time the surgeons do everything possible to return the patient to normal life. True, the consequences of operations are sometimes simply unbelievable.
1. Change in the Rh factor of the blood after liver transplantation

15-year-old Demi-Lee Brennan not only received a new chance for life thanks to a liver transplant, she also acquired a new Rh factor in the blood. It is unbelievable, but the new liver changed the Rh factor of the girl’s blood from negative to positive. Continue reading

Strange medical practices from the past that, fortunately, were abandoned

In ancient cultures, a variety of healing methods were practiced. Some eventually formed the basis of modern medical standards, while others were so strange and even dangerous that one can only rejoice that they are no longer used. In our review, 10 forgotten medical practices from the past.

Teething, France

When a child begins to grow teeth, they say that they erupt. This term came from medical practice that arose in France in the 16th century.When the child began to cut their teeth, doctors cut the gum tissue over the teeth with a scalpel to allow them to “come out easier”. Continue reading

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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Piquant question: why do many injections do it in the "fifth point"
Many people are afraid of injections. They can be understood. Sometimes it happens that the injection is really very painful. However, even without this, there is very little pleasant in…

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10 medieval methods of treatment that seem somewhat strange today
In medieval medicine, there were often practices that modern people may find very strange. However, some of these strange remedies aren't actually that outlandish. Medieval doctors believed that the human…

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Piquant question: why do many injections do it in the "fifth point"
Many people are afraid of injections. They can be understood. Sometimes it happens that the injection is really very painful. However, even without this, there is very little pleasant in…

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