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Chicken soup helps to fight colds

According to researchers, chicken soup is the best cure for a cold in the winter. A new study has shown that chicken soup may ease the symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections because it contains anti-inflammatory components. Aroma, spices and warm soup can clear the accumulation of mucus caused by …

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Dance Zumba improves emotional health

Scientists from the University of Granada say that the fitness dance Zumba for 5 weeks can improve emotional health. The study involved sedentary employees of the University. Zumba is a program for fitness, which combines excellent international and Latin music with dance steps of salsa, merengue and other types of …

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Love reduces risk of dementia

In the new study, says that the intimacy and communion of love may help to support brain activity, preventing the development of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers interviewed more than 800,000 people. They found that people who were married, had 30% less risk of developing dementia compared with people who …

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Nature walks strengthen family ties

A new study has shown that short nature walks can strengthen family ties. Scientists from the University of Illinois analyzed data from 27 pairs of mothers and daughters aged 10 to 12 years. They appreciated the attention and interaction in pairs after a 20-minute nature walks and at the Mall. …

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Named the most drinking and the most sober regions of Russia

Announced the drinking and the sober regions of Russia. We are talking about the rating of the Federal project “Sober Russia”. According to the experts, least of all alcohol consumed in Chechnya, Ingushetia and Dagestan. In the first ten “sober” subjects has also been found in Karachay-Cherkessia, Kabardino-Balkaria, Volgograd, Rostov, …

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Obesity increases the risk of having a child with autism

In the new study, says that obesity during pregnancy at 36% increased risk of autism in children and 50% increases the likelihood of any violations of psychical development. Scientists from the Virginia Commonwealth University found that children whose mothers were obese during pregnancy, 36% more likely to suffer autism spectrum …

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Coffee reduces the risk of liver diseases

According to a new study, drinking 3-5 cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of developing liver cancer and cirrhosis. The report, presented to the Royal medical society in London, discussed the potential impact of moderate coffee consumption on chronic liver disease, liver cancer and cirrhosis. “The incidence …

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Watching TV in a 2-fold increased risk of thrombosis

A new study has shown that watching TV is almost 2 times increases the likelihood of blood clots. Scientists have found that even in the group of people who get the recommended levels of physical activity, the risk of blood clots in 1.8 times higher in people who watch a …

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