Symptoms and Consequences

Food Poisoning: Symptoms and First Aid
Food poisoning is an acute condition that is usually accompanied by digestive disorders. Often, its cause is the introduction into the body of pathogenic microorganisms, along with low-quality or overdue…

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Influenza is on the verge: should it be vaccinated?
And this season is no exception. According to forecasts, we will soon come to the new strain of the flu - H3N2, which is also called Hong Kong (named after…

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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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How not to get sick with tetanus: we follow preventive measures

Tetanus is a very serious disease, known for a long time: even the ancient healers established the relationship between the injury and the incidence of tetanus. In autumn, when summer residents massively prepare for the winter, conducting general cleaning at the sites, the tetanus theme does not lose its relevance.
The tetanus rod is very poisonous and resistant to the external environment. Continue reading

Pneumonia: how not to miss pneumonia

In patients with pneumonia, the “classic” history of the disease: caught a cold, was treated, began to get better, but … The temperature returned, the cough, shortness of breath appeared. It is very important not to miss the beginning of the development of the disease and to diagnose the disease in time. Continue reading

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 are infected with the herpes virus. “Settling” once in the human body, the herpes virus remains in it forever and it is impossible to completely get rid of it. But it is possible and necessary to treat the recurrence of the disease, because herpes not only spoils the quality of our life, but also negatively affects the entire body. Continue reading

Whooping cough: what is this disease and how to avoid it

Whooping cough is an infectious disease in which the upper respiratory tract becomes inflamed and there is a strong, long-lasting, paroxysmal cough. The disease is usually acute, it is extremely dangerous for young children (especially under the age of 1 year). Most often, whooping cough is ill for children under 5 years of age who were not vaccinated in time. Continue reading

What is the difference between the flu and the acute respiratory viral infections? How do doctors advise against these diseases?

SARS and influenza are diseases that have a very similar nature of origin and treatment strategy. Then why exactly the flu and its epidemics say so much in society every year, while no one mentions the usual viral infections. Everything is simple – the flu proceeds more difficult and often causes serious health and even human life complications. Continue reading

Lime infection: why is it dangerous to treat the skin yourself?
Sore spots on the skin or scaly bubbles may be deprived. This skin disease can be of several types, but today let's talk about the infectious nature of lichen. The…

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What is bone tuberculosis? Causes, Symptoms and Consequences of the Illness
Tuberculosis of bones is a disease of the musculoskeletal system of a person, for which the progressive destruction of bones is characteristic. This disease leads to anatomical and functional disorders…

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Heart valve failure: how to suspect pathology?
Headaches, fatigue for no apparent reason may indicate heart disease. One of such often diagnosed pathologies of the heart is prolapse, in other words, insufficiency of the mitral valve, which…

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A skin rash: how to “identify” scabies
There is a popular belief that only dysfunctional people get sick with scabies. However, this skin disease is highly contagious - that is very contagious. And there is no guarantee…

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