Live and inactivated vaccines: what is the difference, which one is better?
Vaccination is an important preventive measure for many serious diseases, it plays a key role in the issue of preserving the health of the nation. Therefore, you should understand what…

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Who are Giardia: how to prevent infection
If practically every one of us knows about helminths (worms), then such parasites as Giardia are less known. Giardia are unicellular simple organisms that, when released into the human body,…

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Is it necessary to treat herpes: the effect of infection on the human body
How dangerous is herpes, because most people consider it a normal fever on the lips. This infection is very common: 95% of adults and about 50% of children on Earth…

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Tuberculosis: why everyone has a risk of getting sick

Tuberculosis has long ceased to be a disease of disadvantaged people – the homeless or drug addicts. Ukraine has declared an epidemic of tuberculosis since 1995, and to this day it is said that there is no threat to our health, doctors cannot. Every year, on March 24, World Tuberculosis Day is held around the world. Doctors, volunteers and public organizations attract the attention of the population in order to raise awareness of how destructive tuberculosis is. Continue reading

New method of dealing with allergies – molecular diagnosis

Allergic diseases are the third largest disease in Ukraine. The prognosis of physicians is such that by 2030, every third inhabitant of the country will experience allergic reactions. The main factors that cause allergies are heredity and poor ecology, but many people do not attach much importance to the severity of the consequences of allergies and do not go to doctors. Continue reading

Influenza and ARI: prevention, treatment of complications

ARIs are among the most common infectious diseases. A serious problem is the fact that many of us abandon specific (vaccination) and non-specific prevention of influenza and acute respiratory infections. And when it’s ill, it transmits the disease “on the legs”, which leads to the development of serious complications. Continue reading

Ultrasound examination of pregnant women: why, at what time and for what?
Ultrasound for the future mother is not only an opportunity to “get acquainted” with your baby before his birth and to know the sex of the child. Ultrasound examination is…

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What Is Meningococcal Infection? Why is she so dangerous?
Meningococcal disease is potentially fatal, the illness that it provokes is considered in medicine as an emergency. For example, it causes the bacterial form of meningitis, as well as a…

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Tuberculosis: why everyone has a risk of getting sick
Tuberculosis has long ceased to be a disease of disadvantaged people - the homeless or drug addicts. Ukraine has declared an epidemic of tuberculosis since 1995, and to this day…

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Allergy to Antibiotics: Symptoms and Implications
At least once in a life almost every person is forced to use antibiotics, because only they effectively treat bacterial infections that are common in modern life. However, some people…

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