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…

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Why do we suffer from allergies: treat or ignore?
In some people, seemingly completely “harmless” plants or animals can cause a strong allergic reaction. Some people, with the arrival of spring, rejoice in blooming flowers and trees, while others…

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Poor blood clotting: who faces hemophilia
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…

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Reverse side of the post: how to restore the body
Hundreds of dietitian recommendations are given on how to get out of fasting and what to eat. Also, doctors say that it will take at least a month to fully…

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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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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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Poor blood clotting: who faces hemophilia
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…

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