First aid for loss of consciousness
The most common causes of loss of consciousness - fainting and traumatic brain injury. FROZEN - a sudden short-term loss of consciousness caused by insufficient supply of blood to the…

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Tetanus
The only reliable remedy for tetanus - this deadly disease - is vaccination. Do not risk the lives of your children! Make sure your child gets the full course of…

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Tetanus
The only reliable remedy for tetanus - this deadly disease - is vaccination. Do not risk the lives of your children! Make sure your child gets the full course of…

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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 half open. He does not even close it in his sleep, he snorts, snores, often wakes up and gets up in the morning sluggish, with a headache. An experienced doctor, even in appearance may suggest that he has adenoids. Continue reading

After a heart attack
His fate will sometimes depend on the attitude of a person who has suffered a myocardial infarction, to his condition, to medical recommendations, whether he returns to a full-blooded life,…

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Heartburn
Heartburn (sensation of heat, burning in the chest or in the epigastric region) occurs most often as a result of throwing acidic gastric contents into the esophagus, where the reaction…

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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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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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