Measles
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…

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What vitamins do we need in the fall
One of the most persistent misconceptions is that a deficiency of vitamins threatens us only in late winter and early spring. In autumn, there are enough vitamins in the body…

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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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Scarlet fever
The causative agent of scarlet fever is group A streptococcus, which can also cause kidney damage (glomerulunofrit), tonsillitis, chronic tonsillitis, rheumatism and other diseases. Scarlet fever occurs if at the…

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Products to help keep you warm
Have you ever wondered why in the heat we prefer vegetable salads and green cabbage soup, and in winter we are more attracted to rich soup, fatty pork and Olivier…

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Why does pancreatitis develop in adults and children
After a plentiful feast, acute pain can sometimes appear right in the hypochondrium, excruciating vomiting. Such symptoms most often indicate the development of pancreatitis. What is a disease? And what…

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Parental eating habits can lead to obesity in the newborn
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…

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