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Food, sports, sex: easy summer excesses

There are many pleasant and satisfying experiences in the summer in which mood and emotions are at their peak, conditions that could also sometimes cause misjudgment of some hidden dangers in a crescendo of positive and exhilarating experiences. So what ? Spoil the party with negative thoughts and fears ?

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?

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm

An abdominal aortic aneurysm is a permanent pathological dilatation, a kind of balloon-like bulge, affecting the wall of the largest artery in the abdomen. Although the exact causes are currently

Muffled hearing? Checking earwax

It should be mentioned that Earwax, that yellowish, oily substance consisting of sebum and dead skin cells, has a protective function for the well-being of the ear.

Great physicians of antiquity: Galen

Galen, (he was born in Pergamon in 129 A.D. ,and died in 201) devoted his life to the knowledge and dissemination of Medicine in the Greek world, passing on his knowledge until the beginning of the Renaissance.

Heat stroke

During heat stroke, high body temperature can damage tissues and organs. If this occurs in untreated subjects, the outcome could be fatal. Symptoms include warm skin, high body temperature, agitation,

Drug abuse

Abuse can involve both medicinal and nonmedicinal substances that affect organ functions. Drugs are classified according to their effect: stimulants, sedatives, and hallucinogens. What to do? Check vital signs. Call

Oral candidiasis

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Oral candidiasis is aninfection of the mouth caused by a type of fungus called Candida Albicans. It is, therefore, a mycosis that can occur in both men and women of all ages.

In these cases, the advice is to see your dental doctor, who will evaluate your symptoms and the best treatment to follow.

Candida Albicans is a yeast-like fungus; normally, it is found in the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, and female genitalia. Under special debilitating conditions (early childhood, infectious diseases, anemia, pregnancy), it may develop in the form of pseudohyphae which cover mucosal surfaces. The white, fluffy appearance has also earned the infection the name thrush.

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Otitis

Otitis are inflammatory processes that can affect different parts of the ear. The two most common forms are otitis externa, which involves the pinna and the first portion of the

Tonsillitis

The tonsils are lymphoglandular organs found in the oral cavity and perform a function of protecting the respiratory system from microorganisms in the air. They are divided into four major

Xerostomia

Xerostomia, also known as “dry Imouth” or “dry mouth,” refers to a condition in which the salivary glands do not produce enough saliva to keep the mouth wet.   Saliva

Tracheitis

The trachea is an organ of the respiratory system, part of the lower airway and located between the larynx and bronchi. It is a tubular hollow viscera whose primary function

Hypersalivation

If saliva starts to accumulate, it may start dripping out of the mouth involuntarily. While this may be considered normal in infants, in older children and adults it may be

Trigeminal neuralgia

The trigeminal nerve is the fifth of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves in the head; it is the nerve responsible for providing sensation to the face. One trigeminal nerve

Sinusitis

The paranasal sinuses are four pairs of cavities located within the bones of the facial massif; they communicate via bony canals and orifices with the nasal cavities, which in turn

Wisdom tooth inflammation

“Wisdom tooth” is the popular name for the third molar, one of the three molar teeth found in each of the four quadrants of the human dentition. This designation comes

Nasal polyposis

Nasal polyps are soft, painless, noncancerous growths that form on the lining of the nasal cavity or paranasal sinuses and as, they increase in volume, can cause respiratory obstruction. They

Adenoid

Adenoids are masses of lymphatic tissue that help the body fight infection. The adenoids are located in the pharynx, just behind the nose; along with the tonsils, they are the
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