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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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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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…

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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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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 thousand people every year due to cardiovascular diseases. It is more than infectious, oncological and other diseases, even taken together.

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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

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…

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Inflammation of the eye vessels
Tired eyes, flies, or sharply dropped vision can be signs of problems with eye vessels. After all, the eyes, like any organ, have a choroid. In ophthalmic practice, inflammatory processes…

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