All you need to know about blood donation
Blood donation, that is, voluntary blood donation for those who need it, is a noble cause. After all, your blood can save a person’s life. But often people are afraid…

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How we age: what happens to us and how to deal with it
At 20, you don’t think about old age, but after 30 you already begin to feel the inexorable movement of time. Can the natural aging process be pushed back? Yes…

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Rotavirus: signs and treatment
Rotavirus is a virus of the genus Rotavirus that causes inflammation of the stomach and intestines, as well as the upper respiratory tract. Mostly young children fall ill, from 1.5…

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Bradycardia: causes, symptoms, treatment

Bradycardia is a condition in which the heart beats at a slower rate than normal, that is, the heart rate (heart rate), or heart rate, is less than 60 beats per minute. Normally, in a healthy person, heart rate is from 60 to 100 beats per minute.

Bradycardia is not an independent disease, but a symptom that indicates abnormalities in the heart. It can be the result of heart diseases or pathologies of other organs and systems.

But bradycardia can also be physiological, that is, it is a variant of the norm. As a rule, physiological bradycardia is characteristic of athletes or people engaged in heavy physical labor. Continue reading

What is the danger of raising cholesterol in the blood?

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance, without which the normal functioning of the human body is impossible. Cholesterol is a kind of building frame that ensures the stability of cell membranes. It is also part of bile, sex hormones and vitamin D3. Most of this substance (about 80%) is synthesized in the liver, a smaller (about 20%) comes with food.

In the blood, cholesterol is contained in the form of complex compounds – lipoproteins. There are “good” cholesterol – high density lipoproteins, in the form of which excess cholesterol is removed from the body, and “bad” cholesterol – low density lipoproteins, which are worse excreted from the body and partially settle on the walls of arteries, forming cholesterol plaques. Continue reading

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Rotavirus: signs and treatment
Rotavirus is a virus of the genus Rotavirus that causes inflammation of the stomach and intestines, as well as the upper respiratory tract. Mostly young children fall ill, from 1.5…

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What can you get in the public pool?
Swimming is an affordable and popular form of mass sport. You can swim at any age, there are minimum contraindications for swimming in the pool, and the health benefits are…

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Is there life after childbirth: what is postpartum depression
Nine months of impatient expectation of the desired baby, and now the birth is behind. Everything went well, the young mother is finally at home. But a few days passed…

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What is dangerous stagnation of blood in the pelvis
Lack of exercise is a real scourge of modern society. People spend a lot of time in a sitting position in offices, in front of television screens or monitors. Of…

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