Parasites: easy to catch, easy to drive away
Do not fry the barbecue. Sushi made from stale fish was served in a cafe. Swam in the pool with a dubious reputation. The kids kissed the country cats and…

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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…

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Cancer in women: the most painful problem - diagnosis
Recently, a round table was held in St. Petersburg, which was devoted to the problem of oncological diseases of the female reproductive system. Its organizers were the Association of Oncologists…

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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 reduced concentration of attention, daytime sleepiness, anxiety, and depression. This disease affects more than 100 million people worldwide.

On March 14, World Sleep Day, the launch of the Sleep Powers 2014 global program was announced to raise people’s awareness of the importance of healthy sleep for a fulfilling life. In Russia, in support of the international initiative, the first ever clinical study was launched to identify obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and CPAP (CPAP) effectiveness – therapy – one of the main methods of treating this serious disease.

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How is Kalman syndrome diagnosed, or delayed puberty
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Why "grapes" grew in the nose
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Dog scent is used as a diagnostic method.
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