Prostatitis
About half of men aged 20 to 50 suffer from chronic prostatitis - inflammation of one of the internal genital organs - the prostate (prostate). It is located around the…

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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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Chlamydia conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis, that is, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye, is known to many. But not everyone knows about chlamydial conjunctivitis, which is often encountered by ophthalmologists. The causative…

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Muscle

All the variety of movements that constantly occur in the body, provides the muscles. Thanks to them, the body is kept in balance and moves in space, the respiratory movements of the chest and diaphragm, eye movements, voice formation, swallowing, the most important functions of the internal organs, including the heart, are carried out.

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Cholesterol

The prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, including coronary heart disease (CHD), often resulting in myocardial infarction, is extremely high these days, and a person is only 40-50 years old. And the root cause is that atherosclerosis is “younger”. In this disease, specific formations are deposited on the inner surface of the artery walls – plaques that narrow the lumen of the vessels or even completely block them. If atherosclerosis affects the heart vessels, then when their lumen is narrowed by 50%, there are signs of insufficient supply of the myocardium with blood and oxygen, which leads to coronary disease. If atherosclerosis affects the brain vessels, it can cause a cerebral stroke. Continue reading

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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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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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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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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