Ureaplasma - is it possible to cure?
How can I get ureaplasmosis? Ureaplasmosis, or mycoplasmosis, is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a group of bacteria called mycoplasma. Its second name is ureaplasmosis, which has become even…

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Running and heart
Ordinary running has an even greater impact on our body than walking. The blood flow increases significantly - hence the energy from the environment; breathing - hence the removal of…

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The body's response to cooling
The concept of constancy of human body temperature, as research has shown, is to a certain extent relative. For example, open skin at low temperatures cools faster than closed ones.…

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Subcutaneous injections and infusions
Due to the fact that the subcutaneous fat layer is richly supplied with blood vessels, for a more rapid action of the drug substance, subcutaneous injections are used. Usually they…

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Increased temperature in babies

It is necessary to know that the temperature of a child is higher than that of an adult, which is associated with its intensive growth and constant changes in the body, including under the influence of external factors, such as sounds, touches, new impressions. So, a child’s body temperature of 37 ° C is considered normal. As a rule, it is not constant, but fluctuates around this mark. Continue reading

Depression: how to fight it and win
Depression is familiar to everyone. Why not? Life is full of difficulties, and fate often challenges us. Everything can affect your mood, ranging from bad weather and ending with a…

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The body's response to cooling
The concept of constancy of human body temperature, as research has shown, is to a certain extent relative. For example, open skin at low temperatures cools faster than closed ones.…

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Improving immunity
In recent years, we often hear about immunity, the immune system at the doctor's office, in newspaper articles, in advertising brochures. Most often there are phrases like: "You (or your…

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