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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Food poisoning in early spring: what is important for everyone to know
Early spring is not a season for intestinal infections and food poisoning, it would seem. We observe a surge in the incidence of acute intestinal infections, the so-called “dirty hands…

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Antivirals: Pros and Cons
The flu, and its constantly mutated species, became the “plague” of our century. According to statistics, the threshold of morbidity does not exceed the epidemiological rate, but every year a…

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Defibrillation: 10 minute chance of saving lives
Defibrillation is the process by which ventricular fibrillation is removed. Fibrillation or ventricular fibrillation is a pathological condition when there are no effective contractions of the heart. This state cannot…

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What is the difference between a nephrologist and a urologist?

What is the difference between a urologist and a nephrologist?
A urologist is a doctor who treats diseases of the entire genitourinary system (kidney, bladder, urethra) with the help of, inter alia, surgical intervention. A urologist is being treated for treatment of hydronephrosis, acute urinary retention, prostate adenoma, coral-shaped pelvis stones, malignant lesions in the kidneys, bladder and prostate. 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 of therapy, to adhere to it during and after the course of the rays.

General principles of nutrition during radiation therapy
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Pustular skin diseases: how to avoid them?

Our skin not only protects the body from the action of the external environment, it participates in the processes of respiration, metabolism, thermoregulation, etc. Like other organs, the skin often “hurts”. One of the common skin diseases (dermatoses) are pustular skin diseases (pyoderma). Most often they are caused by staphylococci or streptococci. But in some people, a boil that has jumped on the skin is something out of the ordinary, while in others, especially in children, pyoderma occurs quite often. Continue reading

Extremely dangerous type of cancer - melanoma, is it possible to protect yourself?
Have you attached importance to the fact that knowing literally some of the main symptoms of the disease helps prevent serious health problems? This statement holds true for melanoma (skin…

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Pregnancy after 40: pros and cons
Modern medicine has leaped forward: late pregnancy and childbirth have ceased to be so risky. The progressive development of society, modern methods of diagnosis and safe obstetric care give a…

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