The shoulder muscles constitute an intricate system of superimposed and interwoven muscle fibers that extend from the scapula, clavicle and ribs to the humerus, from all directions. This complex configuration is due to the fact that the shoulder is the a   […]

The stages of human psychosexual development described by the famous Viennese psychologist Sigmund Freud, describe the supposed development of personality throughout childhood and the different phases that we went through during it.   […]

The study of the biological basis of behavior is the union between two disciplines responsible for understanding human behavior: psychology and biology. Although an important part of our behavior is determined by our social environment, our biology has a   […]

Callicles is an ancient philosopher of Athenian politics who appears described in the Gorgias, one of the dialogues of Plato, where he is represented by a young student. Together with Thrasymachus, another character of the Greek philosopher mentioned in   […]

Thrasymachus was an ancient philosopher of the Greek Sophistic school, who lived around 459-400 BC. C. It is known that he was born in Caledonia, present-day Turkey, on the banks of the Bosphorus, from where he traveled to Greece. There he stood out as   […]

Turbid and sometimes foul urine may be a sign of severe urinary tract disease. This sign is underestimated by most patients when in fact it should be a warning signal, since it indicates that something is not right in our body.   […]

The pain below the right rib is a very common reason for consultation both in emergency departments and outpatient consultations; its intensity is very variable as well as its causes, which demands of the health professionals a lot of expertise in order   […]

Max Wertheimer, was a German psychologist originally from Czechoslovakia who later obtained American citizenship. He was born on April 15, 1880 in Prague and died on October 12, 1948 in New Rochelle (New York), at the age of 68 years. Together with Kurt   […]