Unusual Diseases: Morgellon's Disease
The stories of people suffering from this disease resemble a fantastic thriller. And it is not surprising that the doctors whom the unfortunate turn to send them to a psychiatrist.…

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High-risk oncogenic HPV: what is the danger?
An ordinary wart and a malignant tumor - what do they have in common? No, no, a wart will not degenerate into cancer. However, there is something that unites them…

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Basal temperature of a woman
What is basal temperature? Basal is called the lowest body temperature, it is achieved during rest. Her fluctuations reflect hormonal changes in the body of a woman. Basal temperature allows…

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HPV – what is it?

HPV, or the human papillomavirus, also known as human papillomavirus, is a family of viruses that, penetrating the skin cells and mucous membranes, cause the development of warts and papillomas in them. Papillomavirus is a large family, today more than 500 types of HPV are known, but about 80 types are dangerous for humans. Why are they dangerous?

In addition to purely cosmetic defects in the form of warts and papillomas, certain types of HPV can lead to the development of the cancer process. Depending on this property, viruses are divided according to the degree of oncogenicity into non-oncogenic, low-, medium- and highly oncogenic.

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Immunity increase

“My immunity is weak, and the flu caught it” – such statements are not uncommon, especially in wet, cold weather. Indeed, a decrease in the body’s defenses is one of the risk factors for influenza and other acute respiratory viral infections. But not only them. Many diseases, including serious ones, can be avoided if the body is able to fight them. Indeed, immunity protects us not only from viruses, bacteria, fungi, but also from everything genetically alien, toxins produced during the life of the body, foreign cells, and genetically modified own cells. Destroys the immune system and cancer cells. That is why increasing immunity is the key to health and longevity. But first, a few words about what the immune system is and how it works. Continue reading

Rubella and pregnancy: what is the danger?

Despite the fact that rubella belongs to the so-called childhood infections and children under 8–9 years of age are affected by it, adults also suffer from the disease. In them, unlike children, the disease is much more severe, its symptoms are more pronounced, and most importantly, it can cause serious complications to the brain, internal organs, joints, blood system.

Rubella is very dangerous for women who are expecting a baby.

What is the danger of rubella for a pregnant
Rubella virus, multiplying in the body, enters the bloodstream and spreads with blood flow to all organs. Continue reading

Dangerous meat: what can be infected?
Meat, products from it are included in the daily diet of most of us. This is the main source of protein that contains all the essential amino acids. It is…

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Zika virus
Humanity throughout its existence is constantly struggling with new dangerous diseases. In the Middle Ages, a pandemic of the plague - the "black death" - in Europe claimed the lives…

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How to get rid of barley in the eye
If at the word “barley” the imagination draws a picture of an eared field, then you are very lucky. So, you have never encountered an unpleasant and painful pathology in…

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High-risk oncogenic HPV: what is the danger?
An ordinary wart and a malignant tumor - what do they have in common? No, no, a wart will not degenerate into cancer. However, there is something that unites them…

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