Toxic shock syndrome
How shock develops Toxins produced by streptococcus A and Staphylococcus aureus, the most pathogenic species of these microorganisms, cause shock. In general, these bacteria in many live in the environment…

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What helps the joints stay healthy
Joints are an ideal mechanism by which we make any movements: we walk, we get up, we sit down and lie down, we hold objects in our hands, etc. Ill-being…

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What is the danger of increasing cholesterol in the blood?
Cholesterol is a fat-like substance, without which the normal functioning of the human body is impossible. Cholesterol is a kind of building frame that ensures the stability of cell membranes.…

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Spleen diseases

People far from medicine know very little about the spleen. Well, located somewhere in the left side. And why it is needed, what functions in the body it performs, what diseases are associated with this organ – as a rule, very few of the nonmedics know about it. But I must say that the spleen is still a mystery for doctors – it is clearly not enough studied.

What is the spleen and what is it for?
It is the largest organ of the immune system, located on the left side of the abdominal cavity behind the stomach. Continue reading

Scoliosis in children
Scoliosis is a deformity of the spinal column, its lateral curvature. This pathology is very common: today, scoliosis of varying severity is found in 80% of schoolchildren. What is scoliosis…

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Symptoms of acclimatization
If you are going on a long trip: on a business trip or a long-awaited vacation, do not forget about acclimatization, which can cause a lot of trouble. After all,…

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How to do injections?
There are situations when it is necessary to give an injection to your loved ones or yourself. Therefore, to know how this is done, it is desirable for everyone. Intramuscular…

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Flatfoot: implications for the body
Flatfoot is a deformation of the foot, its flattening. When flat feet stop in the longitudinal and transverse directions, it flattens and thus loses its depreciation properties. At first glance,…

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