inflammatory process

The effects of a cold or how dangerous is the frontitis

The inflammatory process in the paranasal frontal sinuses is called the frontitis. These diseases are one of the forms of sinusitis and much more dangerous than other types of diseases, including those known to all genital herpes. The frontitis can develop after an ill treatment of a cold, an ARVI, an illness often from an acute form passes into a chronic one and the person ceases to pay attention to a number of symptoms. And this condition is dangerously serious complications, up to the fatal outcome.
Why is inflammation in the frontal lobes? Continue reading

Alcoholism and heredity: Worth to be afraid of?

Aamily in w fhich one parent or both is a hard test for a child. The static shows that many children from families with alcohol abuse have psychological and physical health problems. But can alcoholism be passed on by inheritance, or does the child stretch to alcohol only under the influence of a bad example of adults? Continue reading

From rhinitis to sinusitis: how not to miss the disease
Each of us at least once became ill with rhinitis (a cold). At the first signs of a mild cold - a cough, a cold, a throat, even without heat,…

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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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