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Men are considered to be a strong sex. However, any, the most powerful and courageous person suddenly becomes defenseless and extremely embarrassed when faced with problems in the intimate sphere. Let’s try to understand how sex and prostatitis are related and why many Russian working-age men have deviations from the norm in this function, which is so important for a full life.
A group of Russian scientists decided to find out how things are with sex in Russian men. It turned out that 90% of respondents over the age of 25 years periodically experience erectile dysfunction. Half of them have problems with potency before the age of 45, and a third of Russian men closer to fifty on their own initiative completely stop their sex life. By the age of 57, 80% of male Russians have completely given up sex. Unfortunately, as the survey showed, representatives of the strong half of humanity themselves for the most part do not at all consider the recorded symptoms as alarming.1 Continue reading
Urticaria is not one, but a whole group of diseases that have a different nature, but have the same symptoms – the appearance on the skin of blisters similar to a nettle burn (hence the name “urticaria”). The disease is quite common. So, according to research, at least once in a lifetime a third of the world’s population has encountered it.
What is urticaria
Depending on the duration of the urticaria may be:
acute – lasts up to 6 weeks (from the appearance of the first to the disappearance of the last blister).
chronic – lasts more than 6 weeks; Continue reading
Are you familiar with a situation where a child goes to kindergarten for several days and then falls ill at home for 2-3 weeks? Everything is even worse if the baby suffers from allergies, as any cold turns into a parental nightmare. How to help an allergic child recover faster?
Influenza and SARS in allergic children. How to help a child?
In the cold season, the number of cases of acute respiratory viral infections increases significantly. This is due to the fact that the child spends most of the time in the summer on the street, and with the onset of rains and colds he is increasingly finding himself in a room where viruses are easier to spread. During the heating season, a lot of viruses “fly” in the dry air in the kindergarten: from the banal respiratory syncytial to severe strains of the flu. Continue reading