If we feel good, nothing bothers us, we don’t think about doctors. Meanwhile, the disease can develop imperceptibly, and when its obvious symptoms appear, it will be difficult, and sometimes impossible, to cope with the pathology. In order to prevent this from happening, it is necessary to undergo preventive examinations by specialists and regularly take tests. By the way, such planned visits to the doctor are one of the indicators of a human health culture, which is an integral part of the general culture.
Doctors recommend that women regularly undergo eight preventive examinations and diagnostic tests.
1. Examination of a gynecologist
Many gynecological diseases are asymptomatic for a long period. And their consequences and Continue reading
Numerous dietary supplements, vitamin complexes – these products overwhelm the pharmaceutical market. Such drugs promise to restore health, restore beauty. People, sincerely believing the assurances of manufacturers, are massively buying and drinking such funds. But instead of the desired results, they often face a deterioration in well-being. And the doctor notes hypervitaminosis. What is fraught with pathology? What causes it? And what are the signs of hypervitaminosis?
If there are too many vitamins
Modern people understand that drug abuse can lead to severe overdose. But when it comes to vitamins, this axiom completely ceases to exist. Therefore, many people for years take various complexes. And they Continue reading
Psoriasis is one of the most common skin diseases that humanity has encountered in ancient times. Many famous personalities suffered from psoriasis: Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Ford, Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Nabokov, Britney Spears, Kim Kardashian .
In the 21st century, this problem has become global. In the United States, for example, more than 3% of the population suffers from psoriasis, and about 11% in the Scandinavian countries. The growing incidence and social significance of this pathology were reflected both in a special resolution of the World Health Organization (WHO) assembly on psoriasis, adopted in May 2014 , and in the WHO global report published in 2016 . Continue reading