How does osteopractic work?
 Every year, there are more and more supporters of alternative medicine. And this is due to the fact that non-traditional methods of treatment allow not only to eliminate the symptoms…

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Water: what to drink, in what volumes and how much fluid does a child need?
Many people know that drinking water is good and necessary for health. But not everyone observes the drinking regime, sometimes simply because they don’t know how much and what kind…

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What is naturopathy and who is it suitable for?
There is traditional medicine, and there is an alternative. If the first one is more or less clear, then the second one seems vague to many. Treatments such as naturopathy,…

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Acupuncture Effectively Fights Pregnant Morning Nausea

The study involved 600 women whose gestational age did not exceed 14 weeks. Even one session was enough for some of them to reduce toxicosis attacks significantly. The study was conducted at the Adelaide Maternal and Child Hospital. For 4 weeks, women regularly underwent 20-minute acupuncture sessions.

Study Coordinator Dr. Caroline Smith says: “50-80% of pregnant women experience early toxicosis. As a result, they feel overwhelmed, their mood is poor, and it is difficult for them to cope with daily activities.” Continue reading

Heal with color
It has long been known that colors have a powerful and diverse effect on the human body. One color can arouse, another - soothe, the third - to relax, the…

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Alternative medicine
What does fennel cure? Fennel is a herb. In the people it is called "sweet dill", "wild dill", although this is not quite correct. Fennel is fennel, not dill, not…

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Color therapy: how to give cheerfulness to the soul and body?
 We turn purple with anger, experience "green" melancholy, or look at the world through rose-colored glasses. Each color radiates its own energy and directly affects our mental, mental and physical…

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Chinese weed can kill
Traditional Chinese medicine should be equated with medicine and subjected to the same rigorous screening, British scientists believe. They described two cases where the seemingly harmless “weed” led to serious…

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