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Cold sores have been making people cry for thousands of years, new research has found

DNA preserved in the teeth of people who lived 1,500 years ago has revealed the ancient origins of a strain of the common herpes virus that causes the common cold. Genomic data show that herpes virus type 1 (HSV-1), which today infects approximately 3.7 billion people worldwide, emerged and proliferated approximately 5,000 years ago. And …

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An expert explains how Nordic walking can boost your daily walking routine

Have you ever noticed people walking on stilts even on flat surfaces and on stilts? It’s called Nordic walking, a bit like skiing, but without the snow. Walking with poles first developed in Scandinavia and came to Central Europe about 20 years ago. For some reason, despite its many health benefits, it has not become …

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An expert explains how Nordic walking can boost your daily walking routine

Have you ever noticed people walking on stilts even on flat surfaces and on stilts? It’s called Nordic walking, a bit like skiing, but without the snow. Walking with poles first developed in Scandinavia and came to Central Europe about 20 years ago. For some reason, despite its many health benefits, it has not become …

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Scientists have found that dietary supplements reduce the risk of hereditary cancer by 60%

The trial, which lasted more than 20 years and included about 1,000 participants worldwide, had an important result – people with conditions that give them a greater chance of developing certain types of cancer can reduce the risk of some of these cancers by more than 60 percent. starch is more stable in their diet. …

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Scientists have found that dietary supplements reduce the risk of hereditary cancer by 60%

The trial, which lasted more than 20 years and included about 1,000 participants worldwide, had an important result – people with conditions that give them a greater chance of developing certain types of cancer can reduce the risk of some of these cancers by more than 60 percent. starch is more stable in their diet. …

Scientists have found that dietary supplements reduce the risk of hereditary cancer by 60% Read More »