Hemophilia in children is a hereditary disease that manifests itself in periodic bleeding due to a malfunction of the blood coagulation system.
Blood coagulation occurs with the participation of 12 factors. If any factor is absent or its level is reduced, the blood coagulation process is violated.
Three types of hemophilia are distinguished:
hemophilia A (classic) – lack of antihemophilic globulin – factor VIII; Continue reading
Caesarean section helps to be born, according to statistics, every fifth baby. But despite the prevalence of the operation, it is increasingly becoming surrounded by various myths. There is heated debate between women. Some advocate for “easy” childbirth (with the help of Caesarean). Others consider that surgical intervention imposes a “stigma” on the whole subsequent life of the child. Who is right and who is wrong? Where is the line between reality and Caesarean section myths?
Bit of theory
A caesarean section is an operation by which a living baby is removed from the womb of a pregnant woman through an incision in the peritoneum and uterus. Continue reading
Morning awakening is always associated with drowsiness and even some laziness. To cheer up, some people immediately brew their aromatic coffee, others start the day with a shower. And only a few wake up with morning exercises. As practice shows, it is precisely those who invigorate the body with physical education that quickly go into active mode. So what is the use of charging? What is it for? And what exercises are best done in the morning?
To be or not to be morning exercises Continue reading