Stress - what is it?
Nervous, worried, overstrained ... These words became almost our constant companions. And not by chance. Mechanization and automation of production, a sharp limitation of motor activity, an increase in the…

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Cough
Cough is a protective reaction of the body to irritation of the human respiratory tract. During cough, the body tries to get rid of mucus, or foreign particles trapped in…

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There is no reason for pessimism and despair.
It is difficult to write and talk about congenital defects of the genital organs in men. Not accepted. Men always want to be men and, of course, they will not…

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Reflux – Esophagitis

Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and passes into the stomach of the part of the cardiac.

In the place of transition of the esophagus into the stomach, the muscle fibers form a sphincter (bagasse). Normally, outside the swallowing, this sphincter is closed, which prevents the contents of the stomach and gastric juice from entering the esophagus. Continue reading

Oxygen
Everyone knows how difficult it is to stay in an unventilated area for a long time: headache starts to ache from stuffiness, lethargy, weakness, drowsiness appear ... Many people explain…

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Measles
Why was measles considered a mandatory disease for a child? What is the danger of measles for a child? Are there any guarantees against severe complications? Under what conditions can…

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Can "Owl" become "Lark"
“Do you go to bed at the right time?” Many will answer this question in the negative, and some will add: “I am an owl.” And the “owl”, they say,…

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Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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