What should be eaten during radiation therapy?
To reduce the negative effects of radiation therapy, you need to give the body only healthy foods using proper nutrition. It is better to change the diet before the start…

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Cervical erosion: what is it and what is dangerous?
Cervical erosion conceals threats that every woman needs to be aware of. This gynecological disease, which occupies one of the first places in the world. Statistics show that half of…

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Inflammation of the lungs: how not to miss spring pneumonia
Spring colds, unfortunately, are often complicated by pneumonia. The symptoms of pneumonia or pneumonia, some people do not attach much importance, even when, after improving the condition, fever reappears, cough…

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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 of the disease, and men suffer from hemophilia. Today, April 17, physicians and community activists from various countries join the action of World Hemophilia Day: let us and we learn more about this disease and the causes of bleeding disorders.
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Dangerous rhinitis or how not to miss sinusitis
Changeable spring weather turns for many of us a cold. Often we overcool in the morning, dressed not for the weather, and by the evening we feel unwell, a runny…

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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…

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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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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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