When dermatological diseases become more acute for some of us, spring is a terrible expectation of the appearance of allergic reactions, beriberi and exacerbation of chronic diseases. According to medical statistics, it is in the spring that the body is particularly weakened. At this time, dermatological diseases begin to “blossom”. This overshadows the period of the birth of love and the awakening of nature.
Harm or benefit?
Many spring diseases are often associated with a change of diet or Allergy to plants. However, the sun also contributes. Continue reading
What to do if you are bitten by a snake every year, approximately 2 million people suffer from snake bites. That is why each of us should know, distinguish between snake bites, be able to correctly warn them, and also provide first aid to the victim.
If after a snake bite you have 2 strips of small and thin scratches left on your body, then the snake is not poisonous. If the bite is the same trace, and at the end of both strips there was a puncture from the fangs, then you were bitten by a poisonous snake. Often the victim complains of poor vision, dizziness, drowsiness, increased sweating and nausea, swelling, pain and redness in the area of the wound. Continue reading
The causes of lymphogranulomatosis in children are not fully understood, but most scientists adhere to the tumor theory.
Lymphogranulomatosis is a very serious tumor disease of the entire lymph system. During this disease, the normal lymphatic tissue is completely replaced with granulomatous tissue.
The disease is manifested by an increase in groups of lymph nodes (axillary, cervical, inguinal). Initially, lymph nodes are formed of various sizes-soft, painless, not soldered to the skin, and, as a rule, without rotting. Continue reading