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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From gastritis to anemia: what will help identify the endoscopy of the stomach
The most accurate and informative method for diagnosing diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) is endoscopy. This procedure not only allows you to diagnose a number of diseases in the…

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Rubella: for whom a childhood illness can be dangerous?
Rubella is a viral infectious disease that occurs quite easily in childhood, but harder in adulthood. Rubella is especially dangerous during pregnancy, because it causes severe malformations in the fetus…

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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

Pigment spots on the skin: how to get rid of them?
With such a long-awaited spring sun, freckles and age spots also appear. In most cases, the pigmentation of the skin in the spring is caused by exposure to ultraviolet rays.…

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Prevent adolescent alcoholism
Sad, but on average teenagers begin to use alcohol in 14-15 years. Medical statistics says that girls and girls are starting to play alcohol, and boys are about the same.…

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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.…

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Rabies: sources of infection, symptoms and prognosis
Rabies is a deadly disease that in almost 100% of cases is fatal (there are only a few cases of recovery from it and it has not been fully confirmed…

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