The most popular breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria
If ordinary people are asked the question: “Where are the viruses and bacteria most often found?”, Then nine out of ten people will say: “In the toilet”. And make a…

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How is an allergy to cold
Winter cold affects people in different ways. Some more tightly wrapped in fur coats and scarves and easily tolerate cold. They only occasionally notice: "frost is growing." Others, those who…

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Sports and menstruation: what is possible and what is not
Critical days always make serious adjustments to a woman’s life. And sometimes they make you completely change plans. And even a visit to the fitness room becomes open to question.…

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First aid for insect bites

For long, cold and dark winter days, we look forward to the summer – the sun, heat, flowers and greenery. But when it finally comes, to enjoy it to the full we are prevented by various “biting” insects – mosquitoes, midges, wasps, bees, ticks. And it would be okay if the whole thing came down to only minor inconveniences – itching and redness at the site of the bite. But in some cases, the effects of an insect attack can be much more serious. Along with redness, swelling, itching, an allergic reaction to poison can also develop. Continue reading

What is the danger of rubella in adults?

German measles, measles rubella, rubella – rubella, a viral disease related to childhood infections, is hidden behind all these names. Children are more susceptible to this infection, but an adult can also get it. Moreover, in recent years there have been more cases of “adult” rubella.

Why do adults get sick?
Strange as it may seem, this is due to universal vaccination. Continue reading

Rhesus conflict during pregnancy: consequences for the baby

To understand what threatens a pregnant woman with a Rhesus conflict, you should have an idea about him. Surely many have heard that our blood is Rh-positive or Rh-negative. Nevertheless, this is far from everyone.

Rhesus factor – what is it?
This is the name for a specific protein located on human red blood cells. Not everyone has it, but most have 85% of the world’s population. When it is, they say that the blood is Rh-positive, when it is absent – Rh-negative. Continue reading

Is there any benefit in canned foods?
Canning as a method of procuring food for a long time was invented back in 1809 by the French chef François Uper. Such blanks immediately attracted attention and firmly entered…

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How to determine vitamin deficiency
Vitamin deficiency - a deficiency of vitamins in the body - manifests itself in different ways depending on which vitamin is lacking. More often faced with a lack of several…

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Rubella and pregnancy: what is the danger?
Despite the fact that rubella belongs to the so-called childhood infections and children under 8–9 years of age are affected by it, adults also suffer from the disease. In them,…

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What you need to know about rashes on the labia
Acne causes a lot of trouble. And when they grow on the genitals, then fear is mixed with chagrin: what if it is a genital infection? Rashes and acne usually…

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