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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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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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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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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synthetic chemicals added

Food chemistry

Three kilograms of chemicals. This is the quantity that an average consumer consumes in the course of a year of the most different, sometimes absolutely familiar products: cupcakes, for example, or marmalade. Dyes, emulsifiers, seals, thickeners are now present in literally everything. Naturally, the question arises: why do manufacturers add them to food and how harmless are these substances? Continue reading

Intramuscular injections in the gluteal region
The palm of the hand with the thumb as far as possible is applied to the thigh so that the end of the thumb reaches the anterior-inferior axis of the…

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Pregnancy is not a reason for toxicosis
Pregnancy is a wonderful and, most importantly, quite natural state for a woman. However, not everyone will share this optimism. For many expectant mothers, this naturalness was very difficult -…

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Venipuncture
Intravenous administration is carried out by venipuncture and venesection. Venipuncture is the introduction of a needle into a vein through the skin to draw blood or inject medicinal solutions, blood,…

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