Soon we will ask each other such questions. Remember, as in a well-known literary work: I read the medical encyclopedia and found all diseases except for fever. Now everything is much more serious. Encyclopedias have given way to the Internet. And it began! … The availability of medical information is growing into real epidemics of various diseases.
Cyberchondria is a disease from medical information. According to American scientists, the availability of medical information online has led to an increase in the incidence of cyberchondria in the world – a disorder consisting in the desire to make an independent diagnosis based on the symptoms of diseases described on the Internet sites. The results of a study of people’s reactions to medical information on the Internet are provided in the journal Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. In fact, this is the same overdiagnosis. Continue reading
Do not fry the barbecue. Sushi made from stale fish was served in a cafe. Swam in the pool with a dubious reputation. The kids kissed the country cats and squeezed the neighboring dogs, and adults, out of kindness of soul, let the stray animals into the house … And now the whole family is infected with worms. How to guess about this danger? And how to be treated?
And there’s an ethical moment – you won’t even tell your friends that you have worms … I’m ashamed somehow. But you can take precautions, and even know where the parasites live, where their “homeland” is, too. Forewarned is forearmed! So…
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It turns out that the reasons for male failures “on the love field” may be such “third-party” factors, which it seems to be simply impossible to guess. For example, inflammation of the gums, the fight against baldness. And by the way – don Juan need to run a lot and it is contraindicated to ride a bicycle. Why? Readers MedPulse tells sex therapist-psychotherapist Leonid Takchenkovsky.
A ride on the bicycle
In fact, dependence on horseback riding and impotence was revealed as early as the 9th century BC. Then this male affliction suffered riders dressed in heavy armor.
Today, a similar problem is experienced by those who decide to change to a bicycle. Research results show that 4% of men pedaling for at least 3 hours a week have moderate or severe impotence, unlike their peers who are keen on running. Continue reading