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Worrying too much is bad for your health

In the face of any problem, worrying excessively only makes the situation worse. Not only because it prevents one from focusing and rationally analyzing critical issues and strategies to deal

Are our toilet habits normal?

Does it often happen that you have to get up during the night to urinate? Is the “hesitant bladder” a real thing? And when should one seek medical attention?

Beware of those foods, they can be toxic

Plant foods, overwhelmingly beneficial for the organism, may in some cases conceal risks that it is good to be aware of in order to avoiding more or less severe discomfort.

Esophagus at risk with hot drinks

“Don’t drink the water too cold, or you’ll get a stomachache!” How many times have we heard this from mothers and grandmothers? Definitely, many. No one, however, has warned us

All the benefits of the outdoors

During the summer you have probably had the opportunity to notice: spending more time outside the home, especially in the midst of the nature but also by visiting historical places

Coronavirus: an answer to the many questions

The new Coronavirus outbreak is now present in many countries around the world, including the United States. Here are answers to 12 key questions, including predictions of spread and strategies

Some easy ways to take in more fiber

Fiber helps you feel full longer, prevents constipation and offers a host of other health benefits. But we don’t consume enough of it. Here’s how to put some fiber into

Preventing the flu to avoid brain stroke

Vaccinating against seasonal flu each year can help avoid certain illnesses, lost work days and, especially among the elderly and others at risk, severe and sometimes fatal complications, especially respiratory

Outdoor physical activity, despite pollens

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Spring has been at its worst this year, with repeating rains, temperatures not quite in line with expectations and a more intense than usual spread of pollen, motivated by the fact that when plants are challenged by pollution and environmental variables they seek every means to increase their reproductive capacity. How do you balance the need to protect yourself from allergens, now present many months of the year, with the natural desire to exercise outdoors if you suffer from seasonal allergies? Try to follow
these tips
, to stay fit without too many sneezes.

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Respiratory failure

A condition of “respiratory failure” is present when the respiratory system is unable to ensure efficient gas exchanges through the lungs, preventing the maintenance of an adequate balance between oxygen

Influence

Seasonal influenza is an infectious disease of viral origin that is transmitted by the respiratory route through virus-laden vapor particles released into the air by infected individuals through breathing, coughing,

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

According to the official definition, COPD is “a pathological condition of the respiratory system characterized by chronic and partially reversible airflow obstruction to which bronchial (chronic bronchitis), bronchiolar, (small airway

Bronchiectasis

The term “bronchiectasis” refers to a respiratory condition affecting the bronchi that is characterized by the presence of dilatations and degeneration of bronchial tissue, associated with the presence of “mucus

Bronchitis

The term bronchitis refers to an acute inflammation of the trachea and bronchi that generally arises as a result of a viral or, more rarely, bacterial infection. In overall healthy

Colds

A cold is an acute respiratory infection of viral origin that primarily affects the nose and throat and may be accompanied by coughing. Once affected by the viruses, the nasal

Obstructive sleep apnea

Repetitive episodes of upper airway obstruction may occur during sleep, often accompanied by reduced oxygen saturation. Such episodes are accompanied in almost all cases by snoring. Apneas often end with

Pulmonary fibrosis

Pulmonary fibrosis is a chronic, debilitating and severe respiratory disease characterized by progressive deterioration and “scarring” of lung tissue, which reduce respiratory capacity and gradually make it more difficult to

Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis is aninflammation of the mucosa lining the inner cavities of the nose (nasal mucosa).
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