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Wasps, bees, hornets: avoiding complications

Wasp and other insect bites are common. Generally, most people recover quickly and without complications, but others, because they are allergic, can face serious complications. But caution and prevention can protect our vacations.

The knee in sports

The knee is a complex and delicate joint, always subjected to stress and strain, and sometimes a fragile point in many traumatic events.

Can bipolar disorder be prevented?

Prevention with this disorder is not comparable to what is required for other clinical conditions, as it is a disorder of the mind that affects the mood sphere, but intervening in a timely manner at the first signs of mental illness is a definite advantage with respect to the future condition of the sick person, thus preventing the worsening of the illness.

Gas Colic: annoyance, disorder, or disease?

If the gas in the digestive system remains compressed and Its pathway is obstructed that is when the pain appears, which may present itself as mild and short-lived or as persistent, strong, and increasing, at least until the gas is expelled.

Sun, sea, acne

In summer, acne fears two elements: strong heat and humidity. Skin care must take into account some basic elements to avoid annoying reactions of pimples during summertime.

Strength, vitality — vitamins?

Exercise, proper diet, and the right vitamins can really help you have a healthier and longer-lasting life. But how to take the vitamins so as to reap the greatest benefits?

Customized cardiovascular risk calculators

For more than two decades now, cardiologists have been developing algorithms to calculate the cardiovascular risk, i.e., the probability that a person may be a victim of a heart attack

Sinusitis: how to recognize it

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the mucosa lining the sinuses. In fact, it is estimated that it may affect 8.4 percent of the population in Italy, 9 percent in Europe

Peptic ulcer: what is it?

Peptic ulcer is a disease of considerable social importance. Current data show that in Western countries, 2% of the population has an active ulcer, while 6-15% have presented clinical manifestations

Glaucoma: what it is, causes and warning symptoms

glaucoma

Glaucoma is a disease that affects the optic nerve and, if not treated properly, can even lead to blindness. Therefore, it is important to learn to recognize its premonitory symptoms.

Glaucoma therefore is an eye disease and is related to increased endocular pressure. It is a widespread problem that is reportedly the second leading cause of blindness in the world. What is its cause? Glaucoma is caused by an outflow of aqueous humor, which is the fluid found in the eye. If it accumulates excessively, in fact, it increases intraocular pressure, leading to optic nerve crushing.

 

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Myopia

Myopia is a refractive defect in which the image of distant objects is formed in front of the retina, rather than on the retina itself, making vision indistinct, while vision

Strabismus

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can cause blindness, mainly due to increased pressure inside the eye that damages the optic nerve. The disease can occur at any age,

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