Rubella and pregnancy: what is the danger?
Despite the fact that rubella belongs to the so-called childhood infections and children under 8–9 years of age are affected by it, adults also suffer from the disease. In them,…

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How to determine vitamin deficiency
Vitamin deficiency - a deficiency of vitamins in the body - manifests itself in different ways depending on which vitamin is missing. More often faced with a lack of several…

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How allergy sufferers meet the flowering season
Spring ... The sun is warming harder, the birds are singing louder. The first grass has already appeared, and very soon everything will bloom. It seems that everyone is happy…

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How we age: sarcopenia

The aging process begins in the body after 25-30 years, when there are still no signs. But aging is not only wrinkles on the face and gray hair, and not even age-related ailments. One indicator of aging is a decrease in muscle mass.

What is sarcopenia
The fact that with age a person loses muscle mass, noted Hippocrates. But until recently, this fact was somehow not taken into account. And only in 1989, scientists introduced the concept of “sarcopenia”, which in Greek literally means “reduction of the body” (sarx – body, penia – decrease). Since then, the term has been used to refer to atrophic muscle changes that occur with age. Muscle mass can also decrease due to other reasons: cancer, severe renal failure, AIDS, etc. But sarcopenia is precisely age-related changes. Continue reading

Reasons to Seek Genetics

What the geneticist does
Medical genetics is a part of human genetics that studies diseases and pathologies caused by heredity. A genetic doctor studies hereditary diseases and the conditions under which a hereditary predisposition is realized. It does not cure any organ or system of the body, in its competence the identification of a disease associated with genetics, or the risk of its occurrence.

Tasks of genetics:
diagnose a disease due to heredity;
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Signs of rubella

Rubella is an acute viral infectious disease. Her symptoms were first described by the German physician F. Hoffmann in 1740, but the causes of the disease became known only in the 20th century, when rubella virus was isolated and studied in 1961.

Typically, rubella in children is easy, unlike adults, who are characterized by a severe course of the disease. Those who have had rubella have immunity to this virus throughout their lives.

From the moment of infection to the appearance of the first signs of rubella, 11 to 24 days, usually 16–20 days, pass. During this period, some patients may feel unwell, weak, tired, their temperature may slightly increase. Redness of the throat, eyes, runny nose, swollen lymph nodes are also possible. Continue reading

Depression in spring: what causes seasonal exacerbation
In the spring, nature wakes up and all life enjoys the sun and heat. But for some reason, in some precisely in the spring, melancholy and despondency attack. They feel…

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Unusual Diseases: Aarskog Syndrome
Aarskog’s syndrome, aka Aaskorg-Scott syndrome, aka faciosydigitogenital dysplasia, is a very rare hereditary disease: it occurs in one out of a million people. It manifests itself as pathological changes in…

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Signs of rubella
Rubella is an acute viral infectious disease. Her symptoms were first described by the German physician F. Hoffmann in 1740, but the causes of the disease became known only in…

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Thick blood: what is it and what needs to be done
What does thick blood mean Blood is a biological fluid, consisting of liquid plasma, in which in certain quantities in suspension there are cells - red blood cells, white blood…

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