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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When the janitor enzyme doesn't work
Hunter syndrome, or why an enzyme Hunter Syndrome (Gunther) is a rare, life-threatening genetic disease resulting from a deficiency of enzymes that control the removal of toxins. This leads to…

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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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Why “grapes” grew in the nose

Doctors, speaking of polypous rhinosinusitis (the disease is so correctly called), always mention a bunch of grapes. Like, polyps in the nose are very similar to her in shape. However, the similarity ends here: unlike grapes, polyps do not promise any pleasant sensations. On the contrary, they noticeably worsen the quality of life of the sick person with this ailment.

The main thing is not to miss the moment
Polyps are a benign tumor that begins to grow in the sinuses and descends into the nasal cavity, blocking the respiratory passage. This causes not only breathing problems, but also chronic fatigue, and sometimes even hearing loss. Unfortunately, “catching” the disease at its source is quite difficult. The formation of polyps is a process that can take several years. And at first, people simply do not attach importance to minor ailments like a mild runny nose and a slight stuffy nose. A doctor is usually consulted when more serious symptoms appear: Continue reading

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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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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Yawning is not only out of boredom
For a long time, science believed that yawning comes from a lack of oxygen. Like, breathing deeply with a yawn, a person unconsciously feeds himself with the necessary gas. But…

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Test yourself and your liver
The Russian Society for the Study of the Liver (ROPIP) together with several medical organizations launched on October 1, 2011. in Moscow, the “Test Yourself!” project, aimed at collecting and…

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