The doctors found an unusual relationship between “men’s problems” and heart attacks MOSCOW, 11 Jun — RIA Novosti. Problems with potency is approximately two times increases the probability to get a heart attack, cardiac arrest, stroke or other problems with heart and vessels, say scientists in an article published in the journal Circulation. “According to our observations, the problems with erection by themselves, indicate that men have a problem with the heart and blood vessels. Physicians should be aware of this relation and a more aggressive approach to the fight against diseases of the cardiovascular system, if their patients complain of problems in their personal lives,” says Michael Blaha (Michael Blaha) from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore (USA). In recent years in the Internet and in the media often appear stating that the increased load on the heart and blood vessels during sexual intercourse can lead to the death of
Moscow reprimands addressed to the allies Between Russia and its allies on the organization of the collective security Treaty (CSTO) multiplying conflict stories. As found “Kommersant”, Moscow is dissatisfied with the placement on the territory of countries-members of the bloc of American laboratories, as well as the prospect of the logistics infrastructure at ports on the Caspian sea in the framework of the recent agreements between Astana and Washington on the occasion of the transit of goods to Afghanistan. According to “Kommersant”, the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on June 11 has put these matters at the meeting of foreign Ministers of the CSTO in Alma-ATA. The Russian foreign Ministry have outlined in advance the agenda of the Almaty meeting of foreign Ministers of the CSTO. It was assumed that the sides will discuss foreign policy coordination within the CSTO, the problems of international and regional security and receive the
The CSTO has accused the US of violating the INF Treaty ALMA-ATA, 11 Jun — RIA Novosti. Violations of the agreement on the intermediate range (the INF Treaty) allow the U.S., while Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan fully comply with the agreement, reads the statement of the foreign Ministers of the CSTO adopted at the meeting on Monday in Alma-ATA. “A growing concern is the threat to the viability of the INF Treaty, arising from the unsettled state of some of the problems associated with its implementation”, — said in a statement. “This applies in particular to specific military programs of the United States, carried out without taking into account the obligations under the contract and includes the production and use of target missiles and strike unmanned aerial vehicles, manufacture and deployment of the universal rocket launchers, ground-based; also a concern of R & d (research and development work) to create
Why rural Russia believes in UFOs and healers According to surveys by the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM), most Russians continue to believe in the supernatural: witches, ghosts, UFOs and signs. In 2016, for example, 36% of respondents answered that they believe in the ability of others to cast spells, while 24% claimed to have personally encountered cases of witchcraft. A further 16% in 2015, it was agreed that communication with the souls of the dead possible. Eugene Safronov has almost twenty years of travels through the countryside and villages of the Ulyanovsk region in search of evidence of contacts of locals with the unknown: the walking dead, werewolves and other evil spirits. According to Safronov, and his task is not to be heard questioning, but rather to record the story as it is, fixing the quirks of the Russian magical consciousness. At the request of samizdat
Looks like a “graveyard” of trams in Pennsylvania (photo) Once it was a Museum under the open sky. Photographer Matthew Christopher, from Philadelphia for several years takes the project Abandoned America (“Abandoned America”). He finds and takes pictures of the places that people left. Abandoned houses and even entire cities, abandoned parks, factories and hospitals, hotels, suffered an accident or natural disaster, which are easier to keep than to recover. Publication of Abandoned America (@abandoned_america) 5 Jan 2016 at 4:41 am PST During the download an error has occurred. In the framework of its project Christopher visited the famous cemetery of transport, located in the woods in Pennsylvania. Once it was a Museum under the open sky. In 1992, an elderly American had purchased for his private collection 14 decommissioned tram cars and moved them here. Some of them he repaired and sold to other collectors, and part left itself.
Putin congratulated the residents of Kemerovo with the centenary of the city MOSCOW, 11 Jun — RIA Novosti. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin congratulated the residents of Kemerovo 100th anniversary of the city and noted their respect for tradition and hard creative work, according to the Kremlin website. “I cordially congratulate you on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the city of Kemerovo. This anniversary is a big, important event in the life of the city of Kuzbass and Russia. The history of Kemerovo has written a courageous, talented people who have mastered rich in natural deposits was put into operation the objects of the coal mining, industrial, transport and social infrastructure,” — said in greeting. Putin noted persistent creative labor of the citizens, due to which there was this large industrial, cultural, educational and scientific center, which became the capital of one of the economically developed regions
A meeting of the Council of foreign Ministers of the CSTO in Alma-ATA © Alexander Shcherbak/TASS ALMATY, June 11. /TASS/. The foreign Ministers of the organization of collective security Treaty (CSTO) supported the Russian statement on the Treaty on intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF), in which the responsibility for the breach rests with the United States and Russia States that it fully complies with it. Coordination problems The Council of foreign Ministers of the CSTO is usually responsible for coordinating the foreign policy of the countries-participants (Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan) on the most acute international problems. So it was this time: presiding at the meeting, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Kairat Abdrakhmanov said that the foreign Ministers reaffirmed their commitment to settlement in Syria through political and diplomatic means, and expressed concern about the growing threats of terrorism and challenges in the field of information security.
The attraction with the ability to see the summit, the US and the DPRK has opened in Singapore Special attraction allows you to see the territory of the hotel Capella on June 12 will host a summit of States and the DPRK, was opened at Singapore’s Sentosa island. Enclosed platform lifts everyone to a height of 130 m, with views of the hotel grounds. The entrance fee is 20 Singapore dollars (about $15). The property exhibited six-foot fences. The security personnel need not approach closer than 50 meters, reports TASS. At the entrance to the hotel was special checkpoints. It is expected that the airspace will be guarded by helicopters, the U.S. air force and Singapore. In addition, the hotel borders the coast of Singapore Bay, so the waters will also patrol the ships of the Singapore Navy. The leaders of the United States and North Korea have already arrived
Ex-employee of the White house was told about the habit trump to tear important papers The President hired a special assistant for the bonding of damaged documents. American President Donald trump usually breaks the documents that he will no longer have to work. This habit head of state contrary to the rules of the White house. This tells the publication Politico, citing a former employee of the presidential administration of Solomon Larti. Under American law, the White house must keep any paper, including documents, reports, letters etc and send them to the national archives of the United States, said Larty who worked in the civil service for 30 years. Used trump to get rid of unneeded papers of the White house staff to cope and failed. Then the administration started a special person glued corrupt head of state papers. Official job title — analyst report management, said Larti. The incumbent
The disappeared officer of the U.S. air force found after 35 years In California, law enforcement officers found former officer, U.S. air force William Howard Hughes, Jr., who disappeared 35 years ago. It is reported Associated Press with reference to the office of special investigations, U.S. air force. Hughes, Jr., was arrested on the basis of the investigation of fraud using a false identity. The Agency says that 35 years ago, an air force officer had access to classified information. He was involved in the creation and analysis of tracking systems NATO during the cold war. Hughes Jr. went missing in 1983 in Albuquerque, at the time he was 33. After the detention officer admitted that he was disappointed in the work of the U.S. air force, and then set up a fake identity and lived under an assumed name in California.