Proper nutrition and diet: what's the difference?
Many people confuse proper nutrition with a diet that helps lose weight. However, proper nutrition (PP) or, as nutritionists say, an individual nutritional system does not limit a person to…

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Be careful: spring exacerbation of cardiovascular disease
Cardiovascular disease is called a misfortune of the 21st century, and even healthy people in the spring-autumn season need to pay more attention to their health. Ukraine loses about 500…

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Digestive disorders: remove the effects of holidays
After Easter holidays, many have digestive disorders. After observing fasting, not everyone can withstand a gradual return to the usual diet and overload the digestive organs with fatty and fried…

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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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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 – otitis – most often occurs in the middle ear because of its anatomical structure. Otitis can cause serious complications, so it is important to know how to prevent this disease. Continue reading

Heaviness in the stomach: is it worth paying attention?

The feeling of heaviness in the stomach at least once experienced each of us. In many cases, the appearance of the feeling of “stone” in the stomach leads to errors in nutrition. However, as an unbalanced diet can eventually lead to diseases of the digestive system, and already existing problems with the gastrointestinal tract (gastrointestinal tract) often become the cause of heaviness in the stomach. Continue reading

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 (false myopia). Is it possible to prevent the development of myopia? Let’s figure it out.
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Why does the stomach "naughty": how to avoid gastritis
Discomfort in the stomach, heartburn, intestinal problems - we often ignore such "disturbing calls". Thus, our body signals that it is time to pay attention to the organs of the…

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Sensitive skin: diagnosis or feature?
With the onset of summer, some people begin to be bothered by skin irritations. Redness, rashes, inflamed areas of skin or vice versa - peeling and burning of the skin…

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