In the fall, the cold season begins, a little later the flu epidemic comes to us. And so it goes on all winter: coughing, sneezing, blowing their nose citizens surround us on the street, in transport, in the office. Well, if someone from the home fell ill, then it’s very difficult to protect yourself.
What to do to at least reduce the likelihood of infection? First you need to remember …
How is the infection transmitted?
The common cold, or rather ARVI, is an acute respiratory viral infection, the flu is caused by viruses.
The distribution of viruses is known to be airborne. The patient sneezed or coughed, and the viruses Continue reading
Why vaccinations are needed when traveling abroad
Going on a trip, we think through the route, study the customs of the country, outline what sights to see. And often we think little about what diseases we may encounter in a distant land. This especially applies to countries in Africa, Asia, South America, where you can pick up an “exotic” infection.
Vaccinations before traveling will help protect yourself from serious diseases. You do not need to be afraid of them – the likelihood of complications from vaccination is much lower than the risk of getting the disease. Such infections are difficult because we don’t have immunity to them, they cause complications and may even end in death. Continue reading
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