Severe ear pain: complications and prevention of otitis media
Protracted winter weather contributes to the occurrence of inflammatory processes, including in the ears. The human ear has three sections: the inner, middle and outer ear. However, the inflammatory process…

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Sensitive teeth: disease or feature?
The problem of dental hyperesthesia - their hypersensitivity is disturbed by more than 30% of people applying to dentists. In some people, tooth enamel reacts to cold or heat, in…

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From bruise to scratch: the danger of light summer injuries
More than 30% of summer injuries that people turn to in emergency facilities are minor injuries. But how many cuts, scratches, bruises remain that the doctors do not "take into…

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Irritable bowel syndrome: symptoms and treatment
According to the World Health Organization, about 20% of the world's population faces such a problem as irritable bowel syndrome. This is not a specific disease, but a series of…

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Dangerous rhinitis or how not to miss sinusitis

Changeable spring weather turns for many of us a cold. Often we overcool in the morning, dressed not for the weather, and by the evening we feel unwell, a runny nose begins. It’s time to go to bed and drink plenty of warm drinks. But you are suffering from a runny nose (rhinitis) on the legs, considering this to be a frivolous sore. However, serious diseases do not exist: each of them is a blow to our body. Continue reading

Consequences of lack of sun: how to defeat depression and strengthen the immune system

Finally, sunny days have come, but many of us still feel lethargic, irritated, and “do not crawl out” of colds. The past winter was long and the lack of sunlight makes itself felt, because changes in the production of hormones, changes in mood and deterioration of health directly depend on the degree of illumination. In addition, the short light day and the deficiency of the sun disrupted the normal production of vitamin D, which is synthesized by our body under the influence of ultraviolet radiation (sunlight) and is responsible for regulating growth, helps hormone production, etc. Continue reading

Hyperopia: How to avoid age-related eye problems

Reducing the sharpness of view when viewing close objects – the first signs of farsightedness. Age farsightedness or presbyopia develops in most cases with age, when the eye lens loses its elasticity and the eye muscles, which are responsible for focusing, weaken. However, farsightedness can develop not only in old age, but also after 30-35 years, if a person spends too much time at the computer and other gadgets, constantly over-exerts his eyesight, malnourishes himself, etc. Continue reading

What should be eaten during radiation therapy?
To reduce the negative effects of radiation therapy, you need to give the body only healthy foods using proper nutrition. It is better to change the diet before the start…

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Why does myopia occur?
Visual impairment such as myopia is quite common. Myopia or myopia may be caused by a hereditary factor, or it may develop due to constant overextension of the eye muscles…

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