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Childhood infectious diseases trigger schizophrenia

Childhood infectious diseases trigger schizophrenia

Australian scientists from the National Research Institute of the University of drugs Katherine say: intestinal and respiratory infections, the migrated in childhood lead to the development of schizophrenia, says ABC News. Conclusions were based on data from 40,000 young people from Western Australia. So, boys, admitted to the hospital at least twice in less than three years of age, 80% more likely to have mental illness. Professor John McGrath stresses that infection generally have bad...

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Vestibular system and motion sickness syndrome

Vestibular system and motion sickness syndrome

“I would like to know more about the coordination of movement. I have so-called” sea-sick “in a severe form, ie I sensitive to the slightest movement of the support in the way, even to the one that does not feel the rest.” Svetlana Vestibular apparatus Vestibular system is located in the inner ear – a tiny, but very difficult to arranged system. The final development of its ends to the 10 – 12 and then to 15 years. Vestibular system, admittedly, still not...

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Snoring and Apnea

Snoring and Apnea

Sleep disorders, is proving to be not such a fun. Since the “noise accompanying” night snoring is nothing more than ve sleep disorder, is proving to be not such a fun. Since the “noise accompanying” night snoring is nothing more than a ve “Can you tell us about the nature of snoring? Why do people snore? How to deal with snoring?” Volodya. If your wife at night moved to another room, you snore moderately. However, if you suddenly go from neighbors – a...

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Is it possible to live to 175 years?

Is it possible to live to 175 years?

Today we will try to highlight one of the major problems for health. There are questions of atherosclerosis. Most modern people at the mention of the word “atherosclerosis” just an association: cholesterol plaques in blood vessels, heart attack, stroke. Indeed, atherosclerosis – the process of deposition of cholesterol in the blood vessels. These plaques can occur in the blood vessels of the heart, brain, legs and internal organs. Atherosclerosis is the only human disease,...

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Maxillary sinus and sinusitis

Maxillary sinus and sinusitis

In the bones of the skull are void We call their sinuses. Became a resounding voice to the last note, Since the air from the nose to the sinuses are entered. LV Pupyshev Sinuses four pairs: maxillary, frontal, primary (wedge) and lattice. Maxillary (maxillary) sinus very large volume of each of them about 30 cm3. They are located in the interior of the body of the maxilla. Form sinus resembles a triangular pyramid. The most important is its inner wall, which borders the nasal cavity, in...

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Stethalgia

Stethalgia

Chest Pain: When is it dangerous? Chest pain – one of those pains that trouble us greatly. This is natural, because such pain most of us take for heart problems. Meanwhile, the chest pain is not always the cardiac (ie, related to the malfunction of the cardiovascular system), they can be caused, for example, osteochondrosis or cold. However, the feeling of pain “in the left chest,” should not lull yourself: “Yes, just a cold” – to determine the true cause...

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