How to get rid of burrs
Currently, possessing well-groomed and beautiful hands is a must for every self-respecting woman. However, a magnificent manicure is far from enough to achieve the perfect beauty of the hands. Often…

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Tuberculosis
For some time from the moment of detection of pulmonary tuberculosis and until hospitalization, the patient lives at home. Yes, and after treatment in a hospital, although to a lesser…

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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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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 are at risk of angina. The low temperature of products entering the body helps to reduce immunity and creates an ideal environment for the development of infection. As a result, a person develops a sore throat, which, as a rule, is accompanied by sore throat, fever, general weakness.

Most often, this infection affects children in early or adolescence.

However, adults are not immune from this ailment, especially when their body is weakened by improper diet or medication.
If the disease proceeds in a mild form, then you can try to cope with angina on your own with alternative methods. In this case, to protect surrounding people from infection, it is advisable for the patient to provide a separate room and utensils, and when communicating with the patient it is recommended to use gauze dressings. Continue reading

Acne

Why do blood vessels expand on my nose, cheeks, chin, and forehead and acne appears? Do I need a special diet? How to care for your skin? How to get rid of acne?

Rosacea. or rosacea, is a facial skin disease characterized by highly branched dilated blood vessels on the nose, cheeks, and less commonly on the pimple on the chin and forehead. In these places, the skin becomes bright red, and then acquires a bluish tint, bright red dense nodules (papules) may appear, which turn into pustules. The areas of redness on the skin of the nose and cheeks in shape often resemble a butterfly. The disease develops slowly, proceeds for a long time and requires persistent treatment. Continue reading

Diabetes (part 2)
A FEW TIPS FAT. KEEP FOOD DIETS, REDUCE CARBOHYDRATES AND FATS, BUT MULTIPLE INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PROTEIN IN THE DIET. Remember: if you eat sugar only 30% more than…

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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…

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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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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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