Summer without hepatitis A: jaundice prevention
Jaundice (Botkin's disease) or hepatitis A is a seasonal disease. It is in the summer and early autumn that infectious disease specialists notice an outbreak of jaundice. Hepatitis has several…

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Koksaki virus or hand-foot-mouth syndrome: not as scary as it sounds
Extremely summer, and not in the mountains and autumn. It is precisely this transitional period that is very favorable for the propagation of all kinds of viruses. If you notice…

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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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Mite encephalitis: How to protect yourself from illness?

Mite encephalitis is an infectious viral disease that affects mainly the central nervous system of a person and is transmitted through bites of ticks. This virus is sensitive to environmental factors and dies in boiling water, at the heat treatment, under the influence of household disinfectants. In the spring, when ticks become most active, and their bites are quite frequent, the risk of infection with tick-borne encephalitis increases significantly. So you have to be very careful while staying in nature. Continue reading

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 the first flash in 2014). In addition, one might expect the arrival of H1N1 California and Brisbane. It is from these strains of influenza that this year’s vaccine has been developed. So is it necessary to split up? If so, when and how is it better? Continue reading

What is the dangerous winter cystitis for women's health
Inflammation of the bladder (cystitis) disease is quite common. Women often suffer from cystitis due to the characteristics of their anatomy, and in winter, when a woman often overcookes and…

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What is angina and how to treat it?
When we hear the word "treatment", we understand that we are talking about the illness of a person who needs help. It is possible to apply treatment when its cause…

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What is an enterovirus infection? How to deal with it?
Intervovirus infections are groups of diseases that arise from the introduction of an RNA-containing virus into the body, many of which are pathogenic to humans. Typically, enterovirus is a common…

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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.…

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