The HPV vaccines did not cause two rare syndromes

The committee of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has completed a detailed scientific examination analyzing scientific evidence on two syndromes, the complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) in young women who received the vaccine against human papilloma virus (HPV). The results of this review have concluded that it can not

Children from poor families are prone to obesity

Children living in families with fewer resources have, as ‘compensation’, increased risk of overweight and obesity. Specifically, they are two to three times more likely to be overweight, according to a new study just published by the European Journal of Public Health, and based on nearly 20,000 households. Numerous studies indicate that socioeconomic inequalities influence

Hibernation regenerates the brain

Each year, bears and other mammals experience a drastic drop in body temperature during hibernation. To conserve resources, within their brains are many connections between neurons-the synapses disappear. Last winter, these animals create new connections and lose memory. It is an exercise of regeneration that haunts many scientists seeking a remedy against the effects of

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Study of angina pectoris

The basis for the investigation of the symptom of angina pectoris as well as to establish its cause, is the clinical examination (history and physical examination). Between attacks of angina pectoris or even during a crisis, physical examination and electrocardiogram may reveal little or no changes. Certain tests assist in the diagnosis and estimation of

How to get read of enterobiasis

Enterobiasis is the most common type of worm infestations. Pinworm (Enterobius) is thin white worm, living as a parasite in the gut and causing Enterobiasis. Is albendazole good for the treatment of enterobiasis? Definitely yes, because albendazole perfectly kills all kinds of pinworms. The main symptom of enterobiasis Itching in the anal area (usually in