WHO authorized to declare: fever spreading rapidly
According to WHO Director-General Margaret Chen, the spread of fever is faster than efforts to combat it. Chen described the outbreak as "the largest in history." The director also noted…

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What can our blood tell
Each of us at least once in his life donated blood for analysis and received a piece of paper on his hands with letters, numbers and units of measure. Then…

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Cough - wet or dry?
Wet or dry? A pulmonologist will help in choosing the protection of the bronchi. 9796.jpeg There are several types of bronchitis. And they need to be treated in different ways.…

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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

Is homosexuality a congenital disease?
Genuine interest in science is manifested in relation to those features of human behavior that, from the point of view of public morality or religious ethics, are considered unacceptable, harmful…

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Year 2013: is tuberculosis curable?
Can tuberculosis be cured in the second decade of the 21st century? What is the most common infection today? Is the prevalence of this disease increasing or decreasing? These and…

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How to distinguish fake from counterfeit?
The Federal Service for Supervision of Healthcare and Social Development of the Russian Federation (Roszdravnadzor) announced a number of rules that will help distinguish a fake medicine from a real…

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The government wants to limit the advertising and sale of dietary supplements
The government is developing a bill to restrict the advertising of dietary supplements, which fools pensioners and forces them to buy drugs instead. So, according to opinion polls, 60% of…

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