Protective barriers in the lungs
It is not difficult to imagine what would have happened if the smallest particles of dust, aerosols, various microorganisms contained in the air we breathe fell into the lungs. Very…

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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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Bathing in open water
Bathing, especially at sea, increases resistance to colds, stimulates blood circulation, cardiac muscle activity, improves metabolism, and has a beneficial effect on the nervous system. But, in order not to…

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tracheitis

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

Chronical bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is the most common disease of the broncho-pulmonary system, and at the same time the least studied, which is to a certain extent due to the presence of…

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Chronical bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is the most common disease of the broncho-pulmonary system, and at the same time the least studied, which is to a certain extent due to the presence of…

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Hypothalamus
The hypothalamus owes its name to what is located at the base of the brain in the hypothalamus region. Translated from the Latin hypothalamus, there is a hypothalamus. This is…

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Alcoholic psychosis
Most often, alcoholic psychosis occurs in those who suffer from chronic alcoholism. The constant presence of alcohol in the body leads to disruption of metabolic processes that ensure the neutralization…

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