Crunches joints: a disease or a feature of the body?
We recall the important role in the life of a person in joints when problems arise with them. Many questions and concerns cause a crunch in the joints: what is…

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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…

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How to recognize kidney problems
What can kidneys suffer from? It is the kidneys that are responsible for the release of many harmful substances from our body, therefore their normal functioning is so important. However,…

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How to help a child when teeth are cut?
It is possible to help a child survive a difficult period of life when teeth are cut. For this you need to know about the main symptoms that accompany teething.…

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Causes of summer sore throat: how to treat a sore throat

Summer sore throat – the disease is quite common. Hypothermia, cold drinks and ice cream, long stay under the air conditioner are factors contributing to the development of the disease. Angina or acute tonsillitis (the medical term for this ailment) is called an inflammatory process in the tonsils caused by an infection. In most cases, acute tonsillitis is caused by staphylococci and streptococci. But from where the microbes are taken there, let’s understand.
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What is the danger of measles and how to protect yourself?
In connection with a measles outbreak, you need to know what the disease is and how to avoid it. Informed means armed. What is special about measles? Measles is a…

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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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