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    Heart attack due to hyperacidity

    One of the most common causes of heart attack is the acidification of the body. Excessive acidification over a long period of time can cause a sudden interruption in the supply of blood and nutrients in the affected areas of the body. Acidity causes red blood cells to solidify That the supply can stop suddenly, finds its cause in the red blood cells azidosestarre (red blood cells). This transport of vital oxygen is necessary for life in the tissues. Although they have a diameter of 7.5, they can also flow due to their flexible structure by capillaries with a diameter of only 3 to 4. Until they pass through short…

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    Bare scanners damage health

    In the search for the effects of the millimeter-ray scanners used in whole-body radiographs, it was announced that the radiation emitted by the body’s energy scanners could damage human DNA. There are two leading technologies in the market Currently, two technologies are generally used as unprotected screens in airports around the world. First, the use of X-ray technology for nude photos of air travelers to get on the other side, Ray millimeter technology, “the information center in the electronic data reports (Electronic Privacy Information Center This nonprofit organization called in the United States government recently to ban these electronic naked scanners. Health consequences are not excluded In X-ray mode, exposure…

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    Where is EHEC?

    Is it meat, milk, cheese, apple juice or even power? So far nobody knows where the dangerous EHEC bacteria are hidden. EHEC is dangerous because no drug can kill the pathogen, without becoming more important to patients than it already is. Therefore, the treatment is complex and in severe cases hospitalization with blood transfusion is required. At present, the victims of EHEC increase daily and rapidly. Where do aggressive pathogens come from? Are we really helpless at the mercy of EHEC as it seems? EHEC: a dangerous sub-strain of a largely harmless bacterial family EHEC belongs to the so-called Escherichia coli, which colonizes our intestines naturally and does not harm…

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    Magnesium for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Alzheimer’s disease

    Magnesium, the fourth most abundant metal in the body, plays an important role in the stimulation of more than 300 chemical reactions. Magnesium is responsible for healthy bone growth, maintaining muscle function, regulating body temperature and calcium absorption. In addition, scientists believe that magnesium can inhibit ADHD, bipolar disorder, Alzheimer’s disease and mental deterioration. Satisfactory due to magnesium deficiency Unfortunately, a large amount of magnesium and other minerals are lacking, so magnesium deficiency is now common. Magnesium deficiency affects almost every part of the body, and can manifest itself in headaches, back pain, muscle cramps, irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, PMS, osteoporosis, kidney stones, insomnia, anxiety, depression, itching and numbness…

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    What causes feet to sweat?

    It is common to have sweaty feet at times, but excessive sweating may indicate a condition called hyperhidrosis. Curling feet can also cause other health problems, such as foot odor, athlete’s foot, and foot fungi. According to the Society for Hyperhidrosis International, hyperhidrosis affects nearly 5 percent of people around the world. People with excessive sweating in the feet, called plantar hyperhidrosis, may have trouble keeping them dry throughout the day. The sweat glands continue to produce large amounts of sweat, which many people find uncomfortable and embarrassing. There are many ways to manage plantar hyperhidrosis. In this article, we described 12 techniques to prevent and control the sweaty feet.…

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    How liver health affects the risk of Alzheimer’s disease

    Even though we still do not know exactly what causes the development of Alzheimer’s disease, we have been specialists who work hard to try to identify the most important risk factors. New research has identified a new player in regards to the risk of Alzheimer’s disease: the liver. illustration of liver New search highlights the potential role of the liver in an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. This week, at the annual conference of the Alzheimer’s Association, which was held in Chicago, the researchers presented under the direction of Dr. Mitchell A. Kling, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, interesting results of recent interest in…

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    Why do odors bring these living memories?

    A new study, published in Nature Communications, shows that our brains combine scent with information about space and time to form occasional memories. The results may lead to better “ambitious tests” for Alzheimer’s disease. A woman smells flowers Odors can lead to strong attacks of nostalgia, and new research helps us understand why. When she led the smell of Madeleine Proust to write hundreds of pages in memory, he did not know he was helping to discover a new field of neuroscience. After decades, the researchers hypothesized that the exceptional ability of aroma should lead to memories, known as the “Proust effect,” due to the proximity of the olfactory system…

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    Eleven iron-rich foods for young children

    Young children are the most fussy, but there are many iron-rich foods that even the most disordered children will eat. It is known that young children reject food for all kinds of reasons: they may be too red, too soft or touch something green. This can lead caregivers to worry that young children do not have the nutrition their growing body needs. Iron deficiency is common in children, and it is estimated that 8 percent of young children are iron deficient. In this article, take a look at how many young children need iron, insert 11 iron-rich foods suitable for young children, and provide ideas on recipes or ways to…

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    Menopause can cause itching? Tip for relief

    Itching in the skin is a common problem during menopause. People may notice itching on their bodies, faces, or genitals. Hormonal changes during menopause can cause a variety of skin conditions, such as hot flushes, sweating and itching. This is due to the vital role estrogen plays in skin health. This article explains the cause of itching or itching during menopause. It also provides information on how to treat itching during menopause, including possible home remedies, diet tips, medical options, and prevention methods. Menopause can cause itching? A stinging woman because of menopause A decrease in estrogen can cause itching during menopause. During menopause, estrogen levels begin to decline. Estrogen…

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    The cancer cells were destroyed with two antipsychotic drugs

    Some cancers survive with high cholesterol levels. New research uses antipsychotics to “starve” these cholesterol cancer cells. A scientist examines cell cultures Cell culture experiments have shown that two antipsychotics can effectively kill cancer cells. Some studies have shown that some malignant tumors rely on cholesterol to survive, and that blood cholesterol levels can predict the risk of cancer. In addition, it has been shown in recent studies that a drug called yelamine inhibits tumor growth in melanoma, a serious form of skin cancer. Based on this research, scientists started at the Cancer Institute of the University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania) in Hershey – led by Omar Kuzu, a post-doctorate in…