Diabetes
The number of patients with diabetes in all economically developed countries is growing steadily. Currently, there are about 50-60 million of them in the world. Given that approximately the same…

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Coronary heart disease
The disease sneaks up unnoticed Coronary heart disease develops gradually and by the time it manifests itself, it usually goes very far. For the first time, a disease manifests itself…

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Chlamydial conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis, that is, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye, is known to many. But not everyone knows about chlamydial conjunctivitis, which ophthalmologists often have to deal with. The…

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Cough

Cough is a protective reaction of the body to irritation of the human respiratory tract. During a cough, the body tries to get rid of mucus, or foreign particles trapped in the respiratory tract. Various bacteria and viruses can also cause coughing.

A healthy person does not have cough under normal conditions. It occurs in response to irritation of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract or pleura and is a complex reflex act. With the help of a cough, our body is freed from dust particles and various chemicals that enter the bronchi. Thus, the sterility of the deepest parts of the bronchi, directly in contact with the alveoli of the lungs, and indeed the lungs, is maintained. Continue reading

Measles

Why was measles considered an obligatory illness for a child? What is the danger of measles for a child? Are there guarantees against serious complications? Under what conditions can measles be defeated?

“Disease of unique spread” – this is what measles was called by the largest Soviet epidemiologist L. V. Gromashevsky. Precisely because susceptibility to measles is almost one hundred percent, few have managed to avoid this infection in childhood. So there was an idea that every child should transfer measles, “What should not be avoided,” the parents thought. And did not seek to protect the child from measles. In ancient times, there was even a custom: if one child fell ill in a family, healthy people were put to bed next to him in order to “get off at once.” Continue reading

Mycosis

First, let’s find out what is “Mycosis”? Mycosis is a foot fungus.
. Surprisingly tenacious these pathogenic mushrooms! Resistant not only to high temperatures, up to 75-80 °, but even many disinfectants. For months and years they remain viable. And how easily they are transmitted from person to person: normal contact with the patient or the things he used is enough – shoes, stockings, bedding, washcloth, towel, scissors. Therefore, fungal diseases so often become familial.

For a long time, fungi retain their pathogenic properties in exfoliated skin flakes and particles of destroyed nails. Moreover, it is especially good in a humid environment: in wastewater, on wet rugs, floors, floorings of baths, showers, pools. Continue reading

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First aid for hypothermia
The effect of cold on the entire surface of the body, when its temperature drops below 35 °, causes general cooling of the body. The prolonged action of low temperatures…

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Where do the glasses go?
Surprisingly familiar situation. They put the necessary thing somewhere and cannot find it, and then say to yourself: “Sclerosis!” Young people utter this word with coquetry, and annoyance sounds in…

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First aid for hypothermia
The effect of cold on the entire surface of the body, when its temperature drops below 35 °, causes general cooling of the body. The prolonged action of low temperatures…

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Oxygen
Everyone knows how hard it is to be in an unventilated room for a long time: from stuffiness the head begins to hurt, lethargy, fatigue, drowsiness appear ... Many explain…

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