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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

The “G” point

But where can one find the G-spot, this pleasure zone ? Every navigator of eros will have to find out for themselves, or at most with some suggestions from their partner, or with a little help from Anatomy of the Female Genital Apparatus.

Lumbago: a psychosomatic symptom?

Talking about psychological factors causing back pain or contributing to its maintenance does not mean that the symptoms are imaginary-they are very real physical problems caused by psychological distress.

What to do in case of asthma

People who suffer from asthma have acute episodes, at which time the airway narrows and they begin to breathe laboredly. Some individuals experience asthma attacks the moment they are exposed

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

Epithelioma: causes and symptoms

Epitheliomas, although malignant tumors, rarely produce metastases. Thus, their malignancy is mainly expressed in the area of onset, and their surgical removal is almost always resolving. They are divided into

Viral and bacterial conjunctivitis: symptoms and remedies

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Conjunctivitis can be of various natures, viral, bacterial, allergic; correct diagnosis is important for proper treatment to which effective natural remedies can be associated. Let’s look at the symptoms and natural remedies of viral and bacterial conjunctivitis

Conjunctivitis, whether viral or bacterial, is a real condition that must be well diagnosed by a specialist: it is necessary to understand through proper analysis what the triggering viruses are in order to prepare a targeted therapy.

The viruses that can cause conjunctivitis are various such as herpes simplex and zoster, adenovirus, molluscum contagiosum.

Viral conjunctivitis is infectious so it must be eradicated quickly; bacterial conjunctivitis, on the other hand, is caused by some forms of Staphylococci, from Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, and Moraxella Catarrhalis, infectious bacteria that can Transmitted from person to person by close relationships, due to contact lens wear, from colds, sinusitis and even venereal diseases.

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Amblyopia

Amblyopia, more commonly known as “lazy eye,” is a disease of the visual apparatus characterized by reduced vision in one eye due to abnormal visual development early in life. The

Strabismus

Strabismus is an ocular condition characterized by misalignment of the eyes and, therefore, of the left and right visual fields, which can occur in the first 6 months after birth

Dry eye

Dry eye syndrome sets in when the superficial tear film that protects, irrigates, and nourishes the outer layers of the eye, particularly the cornea and conjunctiva, is too poor or

Ocular tumors

Ocular tumors are rare neoplasms that can affect both adults and children and can significantly impair vision (to the point of blindness) and quality of life, as well as shorten

Hypermetropia

Hypermetropia is an eye condition in which the eyeball is too short and does not allow proper focusing. In the farsighted eye, light rays from a distance are focused beyond

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is an ocular condition in which there is progressive damage to the retina and subsequent gradual decline in visual acuity. It is one of the most feared complications

Uveitis

Uveitis is an ocular condition brought on by inflammation of the uvea, the tissue of the eye located beneath the sclera (white part of the eyeball), comprising the iris (central

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