9 important symptoms of iodine deficiency
Nature took great care of man, making it possible to make up for the deficiency of nutrients from food, the environment, and water. However, people did not appreciate this gift.…

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Allergies to cats: symptoms and causes
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…

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Chickenpox
Chickenpox (chickenpox) is a highly contagious acute infectious disease that occurs with a characteristic vesicle rash. More often children who attend kindergarten or school, places with a large crowd of…

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from mother to fetus

Rubella during pregnancy

The rubella disease of pregnant women is fraught with serious consequences for the unborn child.

Cause
Rubella is caused by a virus that is transmitted by airborne droplets. The source of the virus is more likely to be children, so the likelihood of catching a rubella of a pregnant woman who already has one child increases. Especially if the child goes to kindergarten, sports section or school.

What’s happening?
When a woman is infected in the first week of pregnancy, fetal damage occurs in 80% of cases, at 2-4 weeks – in 60%, at 5-8 weeks – in 30% and at 9-12 weeks – in 10% . With infection at a later date, the likelihood of developing congenital malformations is reduced, but even at 5 months there is still such a danger for 1 out of 10 children. Continue reading

Diphtheria
Diphtheria is an acute, life-threatening, infectious disease. Children aged 3–7 years are most susceptible to it; in recent years, the incidence of adolescents and adults has increased. Diphtheria is an…

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When honey can be harmful to the body
Honey has long been perceived as a panacea for if not all, then most of the diseases. It strengthens the immune system, helps fight colds and even strengthens the heart.…

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Diphtheria treatment
All patients with diphtheria, regardless of the severity of the condition, must be hospitalized in an infectious diseases hospital. The treatment is as follows: Diet - fortified, high-calorie, carefully cooked…

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"Children's" infections in adults
Moreover, as a rule, this happens once, and stable immunity lasts for life. Children's infections include measles, rubella, chickenpox (chickenpox), scarlet fever, whooping cough and mumps (mumps). The main manifestation…

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