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Five myths about the Soviet education

So, friends — today will be a great and interesting post about the myths of Soviet education. I read here comments to his posts about the USSR and I see that it’s time to finally part with these myths is that many people (and possibly you) continue to believe. This …

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Fakes and myths about “Soviet abundance”

  about “Soviet abundance.” So, friends, today will be a post on one of the most popular topics in my blog — about the Soviet trade, but rather about the fakes of her that spread fans of the Soviet Union, trying to give them at face value. These photos-fakes are …

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Debunked popular myths about chewing gum

Chewing gums on blue Whiten teeth and make breath fresh, remove food debris and to protect against tooth decay using gum advertising promises. But is this possible in reality? The use of chewing gum today – it habitual. The prototype emerged 5 thousand years ago in Ancient Greece. For cooking …

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To dispel the myths about heart failure

Scientists have refuted some of the most popular myths. In particular, the allegation that victims of the disease harmful physical load, is not true. In reality, sports can be one of the treatments. Scientists have refuted some of the most popular myths in relation to heart failure. They also stressed …

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Suprun debunked myths about sugar substitutes

Suprun was advised what to do, even if the honey and brown sugar are not that useful. Often sugar is replaced with honey, molasses, fructose, brown sugar, maple or even agave syrup. Supposedly, they are useful because natural. But excessive consumption, eg, fructose can cause bloating and chronic diseases, including …

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