Monthly Archives: August 2017
Immunodeficiency virus, penetrating into the cells of the immune system, making the body vulnerable to various diseases. And recently, scientists have discovered that compared to healthy people, HIV-infected patients get drunk from much smaller doses of alcohol.
The astronaut of the USA John Glenn became the third person convicted of orbital manned space flight since Yuri Gagarin and Herman Titov. Now the conqueror of space, the war veteran 93 years, but to go to the doctors he … Continue reading
The Vietnam war ended over 42 years ago, but scientists continue to discover new long term effects of that war for the health of its participants. Researchers from the US found that contact with the herbicide Agent orange may cause … Continue reading
Medical gowns, gloves and special uniforms, surgeons designed to protect patients and staff from infection by dangerous bacteria. But improper donning and doffing of the garment can transform it into a source of infection.
Several decades ago, a doctor from the US forever inscribed his name in the history of medicine, through the creation of a method to save people choking on food. But he first had to use their own method into practice … Continue reading
Scientists have tried to understand the paradox that while among Hispanics, there is a high level of inflammation, chronic diseases like diabetes and obesity, they are relatively long-lived, writes The Seattle Times. According to scientists, to better estimate a person’s … Continue reading
Studies have shown that men over 50 are more satisfied with their sex lives than their thirty comrades, thanks ed-apotek.com levitra. The results showed a very strong correlation between age and decrease in male health, but not between age and … Continue reading
Staff Soskovskogo Institute figured out how to reprogram cells to stop aging. The research assistants were partly restored skin cells into an embryonic state. Mouse who underwent the procedure began to look younger. In addition, they lived 30% longer. If … Continue reading