Non-childish problems: what is the danger of measles in adults
Although it is considered a childhood infection, measles may well affect an adult. Is an adult likely to get infected? Should he be vaccinated against the disease? How to understand…

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What is the danger of rubella in adults?
German measles, measles rubella, rubella - rubella, a viral disease related to childhood infections, is hidden behind all these names. Children are more susceptible to this infection, but an adult…

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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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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. Judge for yourself: under the skin, something (someone) crawls, then an ulcer forms and some creature emerges from it, similar to a hair or even an insect. It is difficult to pull it out, and when you try to remove it, it can hide under the skin. How could it be? No and no again. Delusions, hallucinations, dermatitis of a psychogenic nature.

But, unfortunately, this is not nonsense: thousands of people from all over the world have already found similar symptoms. So, the disease exists and something needs to be done. To begin to understand what it is.

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Unusual Diseases: Water Cancer

Water cancer has nothing to do with oncology, although this disease is no less severe and dangerous. Water cancer is an old name, as well as anton fire face. Now in medicine this disease is called noma.

Water cancer is a gangrenous lesion of the tissues of the face and oral cavity.

The disease is rare, it affects mainly young children up to the age of three, but it can occur in an older child, as well as in an elderly person.

Causes of Water Cancer
The causes of the disease to doctors are not completely clear. It is believed that it is caused by anaerobic bacteria (existing in an oxygen-free environment), which multiply intensively with low immunity. Water Continue reading

Genital warts of the anogenital region: how to deal with them?

Benign skin tumors are called anogenital warts, or genital warts, the cause of which is infection of the body with human papillomavirus (HPV), mainly types 16, 18, 31, 39.

Genital warts have a characteristic cone shape, a height of 1 to 5 mm and can be either single or multiple. Often, neoplasms merge into “inflorescences”, visually resembling a cockscomb, have signs of keratinization and cause discomfort not only during sexual intercourse, but even when walking and wearing underwear. Often the development of genital warts is accompanied by hyperemia and the appearance of painful bleeding cracks on the skin of the anogenital region.

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A new attack on the infection
More than 50 thousand people die every year from bacterial infections that cannot be treated with antibiotics. The unique development of drugs based on natural viruses that can defeat any…

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The most popular breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria
If ordinary people are asked the question: “Where are the viruses and bacteria most often found?”, Then nine out of ten people will say: “In the toilet”. And make a…

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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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Smell from the mouth
Bad breath, or halitosis, is a very common occurrence. It is enough to say that in developed countries 30–65% of the population suffers from it. Halitosis itself is not a…

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