Allergies in children to cats are one of the most common types of allergies. Many people mistakenly think that it is the animal’s hair that is to blame, but this is not so! We will talk about what causes allergies to cats in a child, about possible symptoms, types of reactions and solutions to this problem in the article.
Cat Allergy: Causes
Indeed, the allergy to cats is not to blame for the hair of the animal. The main cause and catalyst for allergies are proteins – Fel D4 and Fel D1. These proteins are found in the saliva of cats, skin epithelium, and also in excrement.
For this reason, getting a sphynx cat or shaving your pet is not an option. Such measures will not solve the problem, since the source of the allergy is not hidden in the animal’s hair. Continue reading
Did you know that nutrition determines what your grandchildren will be like? I am convinced that human nutritional behavior is important at any stage of his life. What kind of breakfast cereal did you eat in the 90s, what kind of crackers did you like to eat at zero and what you ate 10 years ago determines what you are now.
Eating behavior in the family
What is the difference between an ordinary bee and a bee. It is scientifically proven that the main difference is that an ordinary bee at the stage of the embryo ate only a few days. The bee received the same nutrients, only in double volume.
Therefore, you can say that your food determines whether you will be a hardworking bee or a queen and the head of all other bees. ⠀
One day my friend gave me very interesting advice, which I want to share with you. Continue reading
The likelihood of contracting a non-painful measles person in contact with a patient approaches 100%. Most often, children of preschool and school age are sick.
The source of infection is a sick person. The patient is contagious 4-6 days before the rash and in the first 4 days of the rash. The infection is transmitted by airborne droplets – by coughing, sneezing, talking and even breathing. A vertical transmission of measles is also possible – from a pregnant woman to the fetus.
The incubation period lasts an average of about 1-2 weeks.
Then the virus enters the blood from the mucous membrane of the mouth and pharynx and spreads to almost all organs and tissues. Continue reading