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What is anemia?
Anemia, or colloquially anemia, is a pathological condition characterized by a decrease in hemoglobin in the blood.
Anemia itself is not a disease, but a consequence of certain diseases and conditions of the body. In medicine, it is defined as a syndrome (a set of symptoms).
The causes of anemia are different, as are the mechanisms of its formation. But with all types of anemia, the amount of hemoglobin is below normal, so anemia is established by a blood test.
Anemia is classified for the reasons that caused them. Continue reading
Today the word “immunity” is heard. We all know that immunity must be enhanced, strengthened, strengthened. And when it weakens, we begin to hurt. And what is included in this concept? How, how, where is immunity formed?
Immunity – what is it?
The protection of our body from various pathogens: toxins, germs, viruses – and this is immunity – is carried out by various organs. The main ones include bone marrow (red) and thymus (thymus gland), where lymphocytes are formed – the main cells of the immune system. B-lymphocytes are formed in the bone marrow, as well as precursors of T-lymphocytes, the latter differentiate (turn) into T-lymphocytes in the thymus. Continue reading
The topic of vaccination is very acute. Fierce debate about whether vaccinations should be given, whether it is safe, do not subside. Doctors convince us that vaccination alone can protect us from deadly diseases.
In turn, opponents of vaccines give stories about the dire consequences of vaccines. Who is right? Is vaccination necessary? How dangerous is vaccination? And who really needs vaccinations?
What is vaccination for? Continue reading