TOP the dirtiest places in your kitchen
Faced with food poisoning, people shrug their shoulders in surprise. How so? After all, the products were fresh, and the food was cooked correctly. And only a few understand that…

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Signs of Anemia
Anemia is a collective name. A number of pathological conditions are hidden under it, common in which there will be a low level of hemoglobin in the blood. The causes…

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Why does the lower back hurt?
Complaints of discomfort in the lower back periodically appear in almost every person. Unpleasant sensations can torment for years or occur from time to time. Do not ignore such body…

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unpleasant consequences

Heart diseases

Heart disease occupies the first place as the cause of death worldwide, and mortality from them is constantly growing. Why is this happening ?: Sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, poor ecology, constant stress, bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol – all this contributes to the disruption of our heart. As a result, heart diseases arise that significantly worsen the quality of life, lead to disability, and in some cases to death.

There are a lot of heart diseases, and each has its own symptoms unique to it. But doctors highlight some common characteristic signs that indicate a malfunction in the heart. Continue reading

Rhesus conflict during pregnancy: consequences for the baby

To understand what threatens a pregnant woman with a Rhesus conflict, you should have an idea about him. Surely many have heard that our blood is Rh-positive or Rh-negative. Nevertheless, this is far from everyone.

Rhesus factor – what is it?
This is the name for a specific protein located on human red blood cells. Not everyone has it, but the majority – 85% of the world’s population. When it is, they say that the blood is Rh-positive, when it is absent – Rh-negative.

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Popular Caesarean Mistakes

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

Protein deficiency in the body: symptoms and methods of replenishment
Proteins are the main material that our body consists of. Lack of proteins leads to serious consequences, up to disruption of all organs and systems. What is protein and why…

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How does a baby develop in the womb?
The expectant mother, expecting the birth of a baby, listens with special interest to the baby. Does he really hear, see, understand everything? When does his heart and eyes appear?…

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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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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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