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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Lung cancer: who is at risk?
Lung cancer is one of the most common types of oncological pathologies in the world. It is based on the malignant degeneration of the epithelial cells of the lung into…

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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…

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How to stay healthy with a bad environment
More and more people in the world pay attention to the state of the environment and its relationship with health. The state of nature, the environment around us, the air,…

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If it were not for vaccinations … Who risks more by refusing vaccination

For the last couple of decades, society has split into opponents and supporters of immunization. As a result, the consequences of massive vaccination refusals were the increasing frequency of almost forgotten childhood diseases, some of which ended sadly. Many parents believe that they say the vaccine does not guarantee that the child will not get sick. Yes, even vaccinated children are sick: but the disease is mild, besides collective immunity is supported in kindergartens and schools. Continue reading

Summer skin diseases: how to avoid allergies or acne?
In the hot season there are many problems with the skin. Excess moisture and heat causes prickly heat, insect bites cause an allergic reaction, and excessive sun exposure causes fungal…

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Why you need to protect your eyes from the sun: damage to UV rays
The sun's rays contribute not only to the production of vitamin D and a beautiful tan. The ozone layer of the atmosphere is getting thinner every year and the ultraviolet…

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