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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Spring childhood diseases
To insure a child completely against childhood diseases is impossible. With the onset of the long-awaited spring, babies often begin to get sick with certain ailments. Therefore, it is important…

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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…

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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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Neurosis – a disease of modern society: how to save the nervous system

Constant stress, congestion at work, conflicts, etc. deplete the human nervous system. Long-term traumatic situations lead to the development of psychological disorders – neuroses. As a result, the nervous system exhausted by neuroses gives the person to know about the arisen health problem, rapid fatigue, sleep disorders, anxiety, apathy, etc. But not always the person, exhausted by neuroses, seeks medical help. As a result, his quality of life is getting worse and worse.
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Hyperopia: How to avoid age-related eye problems

Reducing the sharpness of view when viewing close objects – the first signs of farsightedness. Age farsightedness or presbyopia develops in most cases with age, when the eye lens loses its elasticity and the eye muscles, which are responsible for focusing, weaken. However, farsightedness can develop not only in old age, but also after 30-35 years, if a person spends too much time at the computer and other gadgets, constantly over-exerts his eyesight, malnourishes himself, etc. Continue reading

Down syndrome: why are “sunny children” born?

About Down Syndrome – a genetic abnormality, heard each of us. It is today, March 21, that the international community celebrates the International Day of People with this Disease. Every seven hundredth person in the world is born with Down syndrome. In Ukraine, more than 400 “solar children” are born every year – this is also what babies with this disease are called. These are really bright and open children who can be full members of society, but often face discrimination. Continue reading

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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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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