Cholesterol Levels: What Does Low and High Cholesterol Mean?
Almost all people are familiar with the concept of “cholesterol”. The term, which recently was purely medical, began to be used everywhere. They made, advertising their products, assure the buyer:…

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Signs of obesity in a child
A healthy child in the view of many parents is a strong baby with many folds and constrictions. Moms are happy when their child gains weight well. After all, an…

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Scarlet fever in a child: symptoms and treatment
Symptoms of scarlet fever in a child should be known to every parent. This is an infectious disease that causes group A beta-hemolytic streptococcus (GABA). I advise you to take…

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Helicobacter pylari

The fight against cellulite requires a scientific approach

Perhaps no one needs an explanation of what cellulite is and how it looks. But meanwhile, few people know the true causes of its occurrence and effective ways to combat the pernicious “orange peel”.

Speaking the language of science, cellulite (or gynoid lipodystrophy, liposclerosis) is a structural change in the subcutaneous fat layer, which results in problems with microcirculation in adipose tissue and lymphatic outflow. Continue reading

How Hyaluronic Acid Helps Keep You Young

This is not a chemical drug at all. Hyaluronic acid, or rather acid, is initially found in the human body. They relate to mucopolysaccharides – complex chemical compounds, enter the intercellular substance of various tissues of humans and animals and are involved in many processes of the body. But with age, the amount of hyaluronic acid decreases. This also causes signs of aging – wrinkles, sagging skin, loss of facial contour.

Hyaluronic acid for the needs of medicine, including cosmetology, is either obtained from animal raw materials, or synthesized using biotechnology. Continue reading

The harm of makeup: the truth about parabens, glycerin and silicones

Women at all times wanted to look beautiful. It is difficult to say when decorative cosmetics originated, but judging by archaeological finds that have come down to us, in ancient Egypt in about the nineteenth century BC women had already let their eyes down, dyed their hair and nails, and used lipstick. Of course, they used unsafe cosmetics: crushed turquoise, malachite, a mixture of antimony and fat, and sometimes ordinary soot.

Modern women are more fortunate. They do not have to use improvised means to emphasize their beauty. However, is all makeup safe and does it harm? Continue reading

Life with peppercorns: is it often harmful to eat spicy
Spicy, peppery dishes are present in many national cuisines, especially in southern and Asian countries. And there is still debate about whether spicy foods are harmful or healthy. Both opponents…

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Thrush (candidiasis): symptoms, causes and treatment
Thrush (vaginal candidiasis) at least once encountered most women. This fungal disease can cause genital discomfort. However, this infection does not always require treatment. What is “thrush”, how to determine…

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Nutrition Basics for Chronic and Acute Pancreatitis
If the doctor has diagnosed "chronic pancreatitis", then do not immediately lose heart. The pathology is unpleasant, and sometimes very painful (in the phase of exacerbation), but with the right…

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What to do if your ear hurts
One of the most unpleasant and excruciating pains is rightly considered an ear pain. It is able to completely disrupt night sleep and significantly degrade the quality of life. Therefore,…

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