Parental eating habits can lead to obesity in the newborn
What is the difference between an ordinary bee and a bee. It is scientifically proven that the main difference is that an ordinary bee at the stage of the embryo…

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List of the most common diseases in Russia in infants
Recall that the indicators relate to Russia. The list was published on the official portal of the Federal State Statistics Service. The most common problem was respiratory diseases. Over the…

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5 reasons to do morning exercises
Morning awakening is always associated with drowsiness and even some laziness. To cheer up, some people immediately brew their aromatic coffee, others start the day with a shower. And only…

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The cough in the child does not pass after SARS. We are looking for solutions

SARS is gone, but a child’s cough does not go away – a common occurrence. It should be borne in mind that with acute respiratory viral infections, chronic diseases can worsen, and if the treatment was incorrect, then new ones will be added. As a rule, after ARVI for another 20-30 days, the cough does not disappear, which is normal. This is because viruses affect the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. They become susceptible to any external factor. The main thing is that he does not deteriorate.

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physical exercise. This is a “healthy” cough because it causes the respiratory system to clear of sputum,
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Is it possible to walk with a child with fever?

According to the famous pediatrician Doctor Komarovsky, there can be no universal answer for everyone. It is necessary to take into account weather conditions, the diagnosis of a small patient, not only his temperature, but also the general condition. Walking is useful, but there are more cases when walking with an illness is contraindicated.

Dr. Komarovsky says that a child with a temperature above 37.5 degrees should not go outside. But you need to take into account the condition of the baby, even if the temperature is not much higher than normal. Remember that cold outside leads to spasms of blood vessels. Accordingly, the body copes with heat removal worse. If the child has a fever, then on the street he will only overheat, because the body will not be able to release it. Also, walks in the fresh air are always energy-consuming. The child needs strength in order for the body to cope with the disease. Therefore, evaluate the pros and cons, and think about whether to take the baby to fresh air. It may be more rational to stay home so that the child regains strength and conquers the disease. Continue reading

Unsafe procedure: side effects of laser hair removal
Women have long been fond of laser hair removal. After all, a laser can quickly and painlessly remove unwanted hair from any part of the body. Many are sure that…

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Mononucleosis in a child: symptoms and treatment
Hello readers of the magazine. I am a pediatrician Evgeny Kovalenko. In this article I want to talk about an insidious disease - mononucleosis in a child. Its symptoms are…

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Aneurysm - a time bomb
Aneurysm is called a pathological protrusion or expansion of the wall of a blood vessel - an artery or vein - due to its weakening or thinning. The same term…

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Bradycardia: causes, symptoms, treatment
What is bradycardia? Bradycardia is a condition in which the heart beats at a slower rate than normal, that is, the heart rate (heart rate), or heart rate, is less…

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