The causes of blood clotting disorders are numerous, including hereditary diseases. One such serious disease is hemophilia (from the Latin heme – blood, philosophy – to love). Women are carriers of the disease, and men suffer from hemophilia. Today, April 17, physicians and community activists from various countries join the action of World Hemophilia Day: let us and we learn more about this disease and the causes of bleeding disorders.
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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
Spring colds, unfortunately, are often complicated by pneumonia. The symptoms of pneumonia or pneumonia, some people do not attach much importance, even when, after improving the condition, fever reappears, cough increases, and then shortness of breath. Pneumonia needs time to diagnose and properly treat, and even better – to prevent the development of inflammatory processes in the lungs. Continue reading