Apples are among our traditional fruits. Our ancestors already knew of their beneficial effects on human health.
Apples are a fruit that is readily available throughout the year, very versatile, tasty, cheap and with many benefits for our health. There are indeed many reasons to eat at least one apple a day.
Today we reveal seven reasons why we should eat apples as often as possible, making them a natural part of our diet throughout the year:
Donanemab is the new Alzheimer's medicine that is being touted as a real breakthrough in the fight against the disease, having the merit of slowing down the cognitive decline it causes.
If taken in the early stages of the disease, the medicine would be able to eliminate a protein that accumulates in the brains of people with the disease. What needs to be clarified, however, is that donanemab is not a medicine that cures Alzheimer's but only helps to slow down its degenerative symptoms.
Based on current studies, it appears that the medicine was able to slow down the rate of the disease by about a third, allowing people to benefit from more time to live their daily lives to the fullest.
Although it is not a real certified illness, the 'impostor syndrome' counts among its patients even illustrious historical figures, such as the father of modern physics Albert Einstein. It is, in general, a low opinion of oneself and one's work, which leads to embarrassment, anxiety and sometimes outright shame, often unmotivated by the recognition received.
An expression coined in 1978, this syndrome often manifests itself in people with a university education or higher, and who hold sensitive and socially recognised roles in fields such as medicine, finance and education.
Over the years, it has been associated with a number of recurring psychological traits, and the help of a psychotherapist is essential to try to get out of it.