What is good for the heart, good for the liver
Scientists have long traced a direct relationship between cardiovascular disease and liver dysfunction. It is the liver that is responsible for the exchange of cholesterol, which affects the state of…

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Fibromyalgia, or where does this pain come from? ..
Fibromyalgia, or Where did this pain come from? ... 9044.jpeg The main symptom of fibromyalgia is spilled muscle pain that lasts more than three months. Experts put forward several theories…

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Professor Igor Reshetov: "Head and neck cancer is a human drama associated with facial loss" ...
Annually, about 600 thousand patients are diagnosed with head and neck cancer in the world, more than half of the cases are fatal. In Russia, more than 15 thousand people…

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What is making noise in our ears?

“Ever since I retired and spent most of my time at home, in silence, I had a ringing in my ears. No matter which doctors I went to or what drugs I used, nothing helps. One salvation – I turn on the TV with a loud sound. But how can one live like that? What should I do? ” The neuropathologist Larisa Sinkova answers the question of the MedPulse reader.

If the hairs are damaged

Tinnitus is called tinnitus – ringing, buzzing, rustling, buzzing. He overcomes most often the elderly, and usually before bedtime, in an atmosphere of complete silence. It may even interfere with sleep. Sounds are different – quieter and louder, monotonous and pulsating, constant or short-term, in one ear and in both at once. One common property: the sound is heard only to the owner of the ears. It is as if coming out from within. In fact, it is. Many auditory cells of the inner ear are equipped with sensitive hairs that move in accordance with sound vibrations, turn them into electrical signals and transmit to the brain. Continue reading

Amenorrhea, or "It doesn’t start with me!"
The nightmare of any woman who did not plan to get pregnant is the situation “It doesn’t start for me!”. The situation becomes even stranger if in the previous months…

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Scientists have solved the riddle of the syndrome of "alien body"
"My hand does not belong to me!" - This is not a quote from the thriller, but a description of one of the symptoms of the mysterious Cotard syndrome. People…

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Where does non-alcoholic hepatitis come from?
The concept of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis was first introduced in 1980. And today it is recognized as very relevant in gastroenterology, since its prevalence is from 14 to 18 percent of…

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Good sleep. How to achieve this?
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSA) is a common respiratory illness associated with sleep disturbances, snoring, and respiratory failure in a dream for ten or more seconds. Add to this a…

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