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What is coronary bypass? What diseases does it show?

Aortic coronary bypass, or simply coronary bypass, is an operation aimed at restoring blood flow to large cardiac arteries. Aortic coronary bypass, the arterial data is narrowed due to ischemic heart disease, atherosclerosis. Surgeons put shunts to increase the flow of blood to the heart, creating a bypass pathway on the vessels. To whom can such operation help? Continue reading

Cancer psychosomatics: Can stresses "trigger" a disease
Doctors are increasingly finding the relationship between cancer and stress. The medical community comes to the conclusion that human health problems must be considered as a whole, without sharing the…

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Cheesy Diet: Pros and Cons
The closer the New Year, the more often there are ideas to throw a few extra pounds. On holidays it would be desirable to wear a beautiful outfit and look…

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