Oxygen is needed as air ... for every diabetic patient!
There is a paradox: today we can effectively deal with type 2 diabetes or prevent the development of this disease by “catching” it in its early stages. This is on…

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Supplements - it's good!
The true meaning of the conventional expression “the most expensive is health” comes to the minds of most of us, not even when the first malfunctions begin in our body,…

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Stem cells in search of truth
Stem cells. Despite the fact that the term appeared in biology in 1908, the peak of world attention to this topic came at the end of the 20th and the…

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A star named Sun
It is known that 40% of Russians are more or less susceptible to depression of the “overcast sky”, so sunlight and heat, better than any newfangled medicine, can have a…

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Insidious sinusitis

Inflammation of the maxillary (maxillary) sinuses is a common disease, due to the peculiarities of the anatomical structure (unfavorable conditions of outflow from the sinuses) and the possibility of infection from the teeth.

Most often, sinusitis is observed during the period of mass spread of influenza and other colds, and in children this disease may be associated with measles, scarlet fever, chicken pox and other infectious diseases. The penetration of the infection is usually carried out through the nose, blood and aching teeth, or is the result of trauma with a violation of the integrity of the sinus wall. Continue reading

Stem cells in search of truth
Stem cells. Despite the fact that the term appeared in biology in 1908, the peak of world attention to this topic came at the end of the 20th and the…

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Tired eyes? Help yourself!
Eyes - one of the most attractive parts of a woman’s body. With her own eyes, a woman can break a man's heart. However, very often they have a hard…

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Flu vaccine - sick leave canceled!
Together with the first cold, the first diseases come to us. The most insidious of them is the flu. Flu epidemics are observed annually in the autumn-winter period. The spread…

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