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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Food allergies in children

Food allergies – a manifestation of allergic reaction to any kind of food, or its constituent ingredients. As shows medical practice, to date, a food allergy in children – a very common phenomenon.

This disease is an allergic reaction to absolutely not harmful products which may contain a large amount of food allergens, in most cases, which is a protein, much less – carbohydrates and fats. Continue reading

Blepharitis -  eye healthBlepharitis – an inflammation of the eyelids causing red, irritated, itchy eyelids and the formation of dandruff-like scales on eyelashes. It is a common eye disorder caused by either bacterial or a skin condition such as dandruff of the scalp or acne rosacea. It affects people of all ages. Although uncomfortable, blepharitis is not contagious and generally does not cause any permanent damage to eyesight. Continue reading

Posture is the natural pose of a man standing in a relaxed state. Statistics shows that about 60% of the population have problems with posture.


Also, almost every schoolchild has any defects that lead to scoliosis, kyphosis and lordosis.

Posture is formed by in a human in his childhood when he makes the first attempts to stand and finally formed at the end of puberty. From 25-30 years posture deteriorates. Continue reading

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) – is a serious systemic disease of the connective tissue of the immune nature with which are surprised the skin and various internal organs.

90% of patients are women aged 20-40 years. The prevalence of the disease among different races and ethnic groups is not the same: SLE often occurs in blacks and whites less often. The disease has a a chronic character with periods of exacerbation and requires prolonged anti-inflammatory therapy. Continue reading

Important questions about breastfeeding

1. Than can be caused by chest pain while breastfeeding?

From that, what is the reason of a discomfort, and depends what you need to do to make the pain is gone. For example, if the pain in the nipples, the cause may be insufficient deep attachment to the breast (including the tongue-tie a baby or his habit of bottle), or an infection, such as thrush (especially if it is a burning sensation after feeding), or a bacterial infection (particularly when cracks). There is also such a rare phenomenon as vasospasm (the nipple changes color after feeding, and there is pain), eczema. If the pain more felt inside of the chest, it could be an excess of milk, milk stagnation and even mastitis.

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holesterol food.jpgMillions of people are taking a variety of drugs to lower cholesterol, while conventional products are powerful allies in the fight against cardiovascular disease. Many people do not know that diet and exercise may also play an important role in lowering cholesterol. Continue reading

Benefits of massage therapy

Traditional massages occupy, usually from one hour to two hours. It is held in a climate conducive to the maximum relaxation of the patient: commonly used meditative music, dim lights, the room is well heated, in order to feel the patient comfortable.

Particular attention is paid to the selection and preparation of massage oil: are taken into account the individual characteristics of the patient and the time of year when massaged. Continue reading

MiscarriageAccording to statistics, 15-20% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Those who in the life of such trouble happened, and those who have not yet have known the bitterness of loss should to pass a small educational program on issues related to incomplete pregnancy.

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Health Benefits of Reading BooksReading improves Memory

It has been found that reading improves memory and is a far better activity than any other leisure time activity like watching television or listening to the radio. When you are reading parts of the brain gets involved in vision, language, and associative learning. Reading spurts your brain to think and concentrate. It keeps the mind young which is why it is very often recommended for aged people. It also guards against mental illnesses like Alzheimer’s and Dementia in elderly people. Reading can help melt way stress and keep stress hormones like cortical in check.

Reading promotes empathy and concentration

Relating to the lives of the character helps you to understand other’s feelings and gives you the ability to deal with your problems. It may meet you to meet your goals in life as you relate to a character who had overcome many obstacles. Reading improves focus and concentration as well. In today’s times, we are so busy multi-tasking that we hardly focus or concentrate on any one thing for a long time. Reading helps us to focus and concentrate. Continue reading

Marriage rates supposedly are on the decline. According to statistic that 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, that number has remained unchanged for the past 30 years.

Marriage counselingSince, when divorce does happen, it results in difficulties for adults as well as children. For adults, divorce can be one of life’s most stressful life events. The decision to divorce often is met with ambivalence and uncertainty about the future. If children are involved, they may experience negative effects such as denial, feelings of abandonment, anger, blame, guilt, preoccupation with reconciliation, and acting out.

While divorce may be necessary and the healthiest choice for some, others may wish to try to salvage whatever is left of the union. When couples encounter problems or issues, they may wonder when it is appropriate to seek marriage counseling. Continue reading