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
How to Wake up in a good mood for most workers, weekdays start with an alarm. Then-satisfaction, almost automatically, of the body’s needs and movement in the direction of work.
Experts say that in order to Wake up in a good mood, you need to go to bed in this way. One day, the chief would punish the slave because he is slow. The subordinate replied that he also had a positive trait-he fell asleep quickly.
In the domestic expanses, many workers use the night to reflect on certain problems, rather than to rest and replenish their strength. You can’t go to sleep with the idea that the day was bad, and tomorrow will be the same. 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