Increased body temperature

Adenoiditis and Otitis: What is the relationship between health risks?

Adenoiditis is an inflammation of the nasopharyngeal tonsils (adenoids), which have pathologically developed. Most often this disease occurs in preschool children, their maximum size of adenoids can reach the age of 3-7 years. Because of inflammation of adenoids, the child often suffers from other ailments, such as sinusitis, sinusitis, otitis. Inflamed nasopharyngeal tonsils are a chronic infection site, so sometimes they are shown to be removed. Why adenoiditis provokes otitis media? How to deal with a problem?
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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

High body temperature: when and how should it be lowered?

Increased body temperature is a symptom of many diseases that people are usually afraid of. However, doctors say that the most dangerous condition is the high temperature, not the actual symptom. Therefore, it is not necessary at the slightest increase to try to lower the temperature, it is worth giving the body time for an independent struggle for health. When and how should I adjust the body temperature? Continue reading

Why does the skin and fingernails run dry: the causes of paresthesia
Violation of sensitivity, in which a person feels the numbness of the body and ants on the skin, is familiar to many. Sometimes this is a temporary phenomenon, with frequent…

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Indoor dry air: how to protect the skin?
In the autumn-winter cold season, when the indoor temperature is switched on by heating, our skin begins to suffer from a problem like too dry air. For skin health, regular…

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