Mycosis
First, let's find out what is "Mikoz"? Mycosis, is a fungus of the foot. . Surprisingly tenacious these pathogenic mushrooms! Not only resistant to high temperatures, up to 75-80 °,…

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Pregnancy
The second trimester of pregnancy, that is, its fourth, fifth, sixth months, in a healthy woman, as a rule, proceeds calmly. The first period of physical and psychological adaptation passed,…

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Binge eating
Even ancient thinkers understood that moderation in food is a guarantee of health and longevity, and those who eat too much were told: “Glutton digs its grave with its teeth”.…

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Kyphosis

Trying on a twelve-year-old son a new shirt, you noticed that his back was round. They looked more closely and saw what they had not previously paid attention to; the angles of the blades are very prominent. Now ask him to bend down and touch the floor with his fingertips. Not enough? This means that you have reason to show your son to an orthopedic doctor, since these three signs may indicate the onset of the spinal cord disease – juvenile kyphosis. It is called adolescent because it is most commonly found in adolescents, and boys are 3–4 times more likely to be sick than girls. Continue reading

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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To remove the adenoids or to wait?
Third amygdala. What role does it play in the body? Can adenoids affect a child's academic performance? Operation is done. Do you need further treatment? ...The child's mouth is always…

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Lift belly
To improve the physique, many need first of all to "remove" the stomach. But before you begin to perform special exercises, analyze how you eat. After all, if a saggy,…

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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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