Is there a ” wind allergy “? 

If in the wind the eyes are very watery, the skin of the face turns red and flakes, it runs from the nose, a cough appears, but these symptoms quickly pass indoors (or any other place where there is no powerful flow of cold air), there is a great desire to write them off as… Read More »

Need More Iron: How to Cope with Anemia

However, “harmless” symptoms can signal serious health problems. According to the latest data from the World Health Organization (WHO), about 40% of women around the world face iron deficiency anemia, while almost 80% of Russian women experience latent iron deficiency. How to protect yourself from the disease and what to do if the diagnosis is confirmed, we… Read More »

What to eat in winter: 10 healthy foods

WE ARE SLOWLY BUT WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD, which means that you should look for heat sources everywhere – not only in your wardrobe . In addition to woolen socks, hot chocolate and New Year’s dreams, simple and affordable foods can keep you warm and energized. We’ve compiled a list of fruits and vegetables to take vitamins and inspiration from… Read More »

No Time to Get Sick: Why We Feel So Bad in Winter

WHEN FOR ALMOST SIX-A-YEAR, THE NUMBER OF SUNNY DAYS IS CLOSE TO ZERO, and outside the window there is something in between rain and snow, it is increasingly difficult to perceive winter as a time of miracles and joys. Even if you do not freeze and get a flu shot on time , the number of perfectly healthy people during this period… Read More »

How doping works

DUE TO THE DEVELOPED DOPING SCANDAL, Russian athletes will be able to take part in the Olympics only under a neutral flag . While others argue whether the reason was a “political conspiracy against Russia” and whether it is humiliating to act in a neutral status, we decided to figure out what doping is, why and how it is… Read More »

Chronic fatigue syndrome

THE FESTIVAL OF AMERICAN ARTHHOUSES 2A17 , starting today in Moscow, will show the documentary ” Unrest” , directed by the scriptwriter and the main character of which Jennifer Brea is a person with chronic fatigue syndrome. We watched the film and tell us what kind of disease it is, who has it more often and why the very name of the… Read More »

Question to an expert: Is it really necessary to drink rainwater?

We are used to searching online for ANSWERS TO MOST OF THE QUESTIONS OF EXCITING US . In the new series of materials, we ask just such questions: burning, unexpected or common – to professionals in various fields. We have dismantled several myths associated with drinking water, and found that carbonated water is safe for the stomach and the kidneys, drink… Read More »

Blossom: Do Vitamins for Hair and Nails Work 

THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF FOOD ADDITIVES AND VITAMIN-MINERAL COMPLEXES that promise to improve the condition of nails and hair, and if you follow the advertising claims, it seems that from such tablets and capsules useful substances go directly to the right places, bypassing the intestines, bloodstream and liver. We figure out why hair and nails can suffer… Read More »

Space Science: Why Mice, Beer and Sperm Are Sent into Orbit 

APRIL 12, 1961 YURI GAGARIN became the first person in history to fly into space. After a few decades, the incredible became almost commonplace – the world started talking about space tourism. True, it did not start very smoothly: in 1986, the first space tourist was supposed to be the American teacher Christa McAuliffe, who died 73 seconds after the launch of the Challenger shuttle,… Read More »