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What habits are bad for the brain

We are often very attentive to our health for fear of doing damage to our body, of getting fat, of aging prematurely, of losing muscle tone or filling up with wrinkles, or of straining the heart and we are less careful about which habits are bad for the brain. Yet it is a precious organ, not only because we need it to reason but also because it coordinates everything else and watches over the general functioning.
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Gardening Guides

Useful tips for the care of geraniums

Today we will focus on the proper care to be given to geraniums. Thankfully, geranium care doesn't require any special talent. There are numerous varieties of geraniums that adorn our gardens. Whatever variety of geranium you are growing, just make sure that the planting and growing environment has a temperature between 21 and 30 degrees.
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Water purifiers, opinions and models

We are located in a wood, in the middle of a campsite. Where can we find drinking water? Planning a camping for several weeks in the open nature may be the dream of many boy scouts, but we certainly can't take dozens and dozens of liters of water with us. This is why water purifiers are becoming more and more widespread in recent times.
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Natural DIY recipes for toothpaste, deodorants and lotions

An excellent natural herbal toothpaste without bleaches and aggressive detergents can be prepared at home with 1 tablespoon of starch of maranta (extracted from the arundinacea variety of the plant and used in the kitchen like other starches), 1 tablespoon of fine salt, ½ tablespoon of baking soda of soda and 10 drops of peppermint essence.
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Functional fibrinogen: what it is and what you should know

For those who lack the principles of physiology and biochemistry, before explaining what fibrinogen is, I will make a brief introduction to what our blood is made up of. A blood clot is an aggregate of cellular fragments called platelets. These platelets are held together by different fibers, the main one being fibrin.
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Platypus: the function of its poison

The platypus is a small semi-aquatic mammal, lives in Australia and is intriguing for its funny appearance and behavior. Among the factors that most attract attention is the production of a particular poison that does not seem to have exclusively defensive functions. Let's see all the details.
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