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Sugar

Sugar is one of the most popular foods in our diet, but nonetheless very dangerous. Everyone knows that excessive consumption of this sweetness is bad for health. We do not even suspect that there is so much sugar in products that, as a result, the average person eats about 22 teaspoons of this substance per day.
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Biron Ernst Johann

Ernst Johann Biron was born in 1690 and died in 1772. He was the Duke of Courland, a politician of the Empress Anna Ioannovna and her favorite, and later the regent of the Russian Empire. In fact, his surname sounded like Buren or Biren, but he adopted the French version of Biron. At the age of 28, Biron came to the court of Anna in Courland, and in 1730 he moved to Russia as chief chamberlain.
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Handmade cosmetics

Cosmetics will always interest women. But is the information about the power of handmade cosmetics just a publicity stunt? Let's find out more about these products by debunking a number of myths about them. All of these cosmetics are made entirely by hand. This myth is supported by cosmetics manufacturers.
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Nostradamus

Man has always tried to look into the future. People who could predict it always aroused interest. It is no coincidence that next to the rulers there were regularly those who tried to foresee future events and suggest the right actions to their patron. The most famous predictor in history is Nostradamus.
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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) - famous English poet and playwright. He is considered the greatest English-speaking writer, a national treasure. Shakespeare's creative legacy consists of 38 plays, 154 sonnets, 4 poems and 3 more epitaphs. The playwright's works have been translated into all major languages ​​of the world; they are most often staged in the theater.
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Catholic Church

Catholicism is the largest and most influential trend in Christianity. That is why there are many myths about the Catholic Church that we will try to debunk. The Church forbids reading the Bible. The first Christian Bible was created by the Catholic Church. The material for this book was collected by scientists in the II and III centuries, then it was approved by the Supreme Catholic Councils of Hippo and Carthage.
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