How to cure a sore throat
Angina is a common disease that is caused by an infection. More often than others, those who like to indulge in ice cream or who prefer to drink chilled drinks…

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After a heart attack (part 1)
From the attitude of a person who has had a myocardial infarction, to his condition, to medical recommendations, his further fate sometimes depends: whether he will return to a full-blooded…

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What is iron deficiency anemia?
Infants are most often affected by iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Hemoglobin contains iron, which helps red blood cells to deliver oxygen to tissues. Therefore, if the iron in the baby’s…

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Cleansing the body and losing weight with clay

Many probably heard about the clay diet, but almost no one knows how to use it correctly. Clay has many useful properties. This is an indispensable material for cleansing the body of toxins and rotting food debris in the intestine.

Clay diet is one of the easiest and most reliable ways to lose weight. Two types of clay can be used: blue and white.

It is not difficult to get clay, because it is available to everyone at any pharmacy stall. The price is also quite reasonable compared to diet pills.
Clay can be used both internally and as an external agent. It is best to combine these uses of clay. Continue reading

Pneumonia in a child (part 1)
If the frequency of the disease threatening the infant is distributed, then pneumonia is one of the first places - pneumonia. This is an infectious disease of a bacterial or…

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Injuries (part 1)
First, let's find out what injuries are. Injuries can be of the following types: industrial, sports, birth, domestic, mental, head trauma, eye trauma, knee trauma, abdominal trauma, chest trauma, ankle…

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How to identify and treat eczema in children
Eczema is a skin disease that is most often observed in those families where they suffer from allergic reactions. Children over two months of age can get this disease. Even…

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Diabetes (part 1)
The number of patients with diabetes in all economically developed countries is growing steadily. Currently, there are about 50-60 million of them in the world. Given that approximately the same…

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