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"Harmless" virus has caused an unprecedented outbreak and killed nearly 20 people in one month

"Harmless" virus has caused an unprecedented outbreak and killed nearly 20 people in one month

Hand, foot and mouth is actively spreading in China. According to Xinhua, Hunan Province in June, 34,768 people were infected and 17 died. Mass outbreak, experts explain high temperatures. A result, the incidence is much higher than that of last year, notes Liu Futsyan from the provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In the case of disease-child should rush to the hospital, Liu said. Should be noted that earlier, in April, here pemphigus killed 19 children. Ministry of...

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Plantain is able to keep control of the metabolic syndrome

Plantain is able to keep control of the metabolic syndrome

Dietary fiber-seed flea psyllium (psyllium), as has been demonstrated, prevent the development of metabolic syndrome, writes "RBC" referring to the publication in the journal Obesity. Known that metabolic syndrome is a set of disorders involving failures in insulin sensitivity in the carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, obesity, hypertension. Sibley and Paul Simon Radavelli-Bagatini of Curtin University of Technology, turned to work for the years 1980-2012, dedicated to psyllium...

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The British boy found one of the rare disorders in the world

The British boy found one of the rare disorders in the world

George Donlan Manchester suffers from a rare genetic disorder. It is diagnosed in only 150 people worldwide. Doctors do not know how to deal with the anomaly, also known as the ring 18. The essence of the anomaly is that in place of the normal chromosome 18 is formed in the shape of a ring chromosome. Because the mutation child develops slowly. Although the boy in June three years old, he was forced to wear for nine children. Also bad boy talks (upset, starts screaming in public, does not...

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Long work week is pushing to alcoholism, the study

Long work week is pushing to alcoholism, the study

People working at least 50 hours a week, three times more likely to have problems associated with alcohol dependence, compared with those who did not work so much. Since the warning made by New Zealand scientists at the University of Otago, reports The Times of India, with reference to the journal Addiction. The researchers used data from more than 1,000 people born in 1977 in Christchurch. The head of research Dr. Sherry Gibb, to research was to determine the relation between the number of...

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Sweet helps a diet, says study

Sweet helps a diet, says study

Sweet Best left for breakfast, nutritionists recommend the University of Tel Aviv. According to them, a sweet start to the day can not load up then, writes The Daily Mail. This proves the observation of 200 obese volunteers. They were randomly put on one of the two proposed diets. In terms of the total calories, the two diets were on a single level (about 1,600 calories for women and 1400 – for women). But in the first diet for breakfast were allowed to eat a donut, and the second...

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Study: taking care of the teeth reduces the risk of dementia

Study: taking care of the teeth reduces the risk of dementia

State of dental health and mental faculties of man linked, scientists have found. According to them, regular care of your teeth and gums can reduce the risk of dementia later in life, says Reuters, citing a study conducted at the University of California. Survey of 5500 older people revealed that those them, who brushed his teeth less than once a day were 65% more likely to develop dementia than those who used a toothbrush daily. According to scientists, this is due to the fact that...

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Men addicted to cigarettes can put an end to the health of his child

Men addicted to cigarettes can put an end to the health of his child

If a man was smoking before conceiving a child, the genetic material of its descendants, is probably damaged, writes News-medical.net. Hence, the risk of cancer increased. Sperm cell to develop, it takes three months. Therefore, scientists urge men to quit long before conception, if they decide to have a child. Diana Anderson of the University of Bradford commented, "The transmitted genetic changes can increase the risk of childhood leukemia and a number of genetic disorders". ...

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Naples authorities fear epidemics caused by the invasion of huge cockroaches

Naples authorities fear epidemics caused by the invasion of huge cockroaches

Naples was dominated by giant cockroaches, which reach a length of 7 inches. Treatment of local residents in sanitary inspections are not made the desired effect. Now the townspeople themselves raise funds to fight the insects, said InoPressa referring to an article in La Repubblica. Cockroaches showed up in the city after the streets stopped to remove debris. Insects have come not only run on all residential areas of Naples, but also fly. Mayor of Naples Luigi De Madzhistris and his deputy...

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Sun and white skin will protect against cancer

Sun and white skin will protect against cancer

High level of UV radiation and the skin sensitive to the sun – all of which reduces the risk of developing pancreatic cancer, say scientists. Rachel Neale from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research emphasizes that people living in sunny countries, very lucky, reports Science Daily. From the point of view of protection from cancer, the sun works best supplements with vitamin D. This effectiveness Neil and his colleagues tested to 714 volunteers. We assembled a similar control...

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Mythical venereal diseases are among Russian tourists

Mythical venereal diseases are among Russian tourists

Thailand tacitly acknowledged world capital of sex tourism. As the members of the Cabinet of Tropical Medicine and parasitic diseases in the SDS number 1 if the person is prone to mental disorders, a trip to this country and contact with sex workers could lead to obsessive compulsive disorder. According to experts, many people suffer as a result of contamination obsessions tropical diseases, sexually transmitted infections. It tells the "MK.ru office, for example, asked the 30-year-old...

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