Intervertebral hernia

What is it?

Intervertebral hernia— The offset of the strain of the intervertebral disc. The most frequent location of hernia — the lumbar spine.

Most often the disease occurs between the ages of 20 to 50 years and are one of the most common causes of temporary disability, and often the patient's disability.

What's going on?

Herniation of intervertebral discs are serious complication of spinal osteochondrosis.

The disease occurs due to rupture of the intervertebral disc. Formed in this hernia, bulging back and to the side, pressing on the nerve root at the point of exit from the

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Mesotherapy as the method appeared in Europe for nearly half a century ago. The charges stemmed from a situation where a patient who was subcutaneously administered anesthetic, simultaneously improve the skin and smooth out wrinkles. This was followed by scientific experiments and studies, drugs have been developed, and cosmetologists take this affordable and effective method for service.

How to apply?

The essence of mesotherapy is that the medical cocktail, the composition of which depends issues microscopic doses injected into the desired area on the middle level of the dermis (mesoderm), i.e. a depth of 3-4 mm, and acts directly

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In human skin has special cells — melanocytes, which produce melanin coloring agent (from the Greek melanos — «black"). This pigment responsible for the color of the skin, hair and eyes. In addition, melanin protects our skin from ultraviolet radiation, acting as a kind of filter. When we tan, the melanocytes produce pigment hard. As a result of our skin covered with a tan, which not only gives it a healthy and beautiful, but also partially delays ultraviolet radiation. Pockets of accumulation of melanocytes in the skin called moles or birthmarks, on the scientific — nevi.

Melanoma— Malignant tumor

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Less harmful television. Fiction?

TV and reducing harm — seemingly incompatible concepts. Everyone knows that the "TV brainwashed youth" that "minute ether kill a horse," and that too keen on televi-sion reception people sometime will be forced to visit an ophthalmologist. And there is no salvation, no place to go, right? Not so! Company Philips makes the first (though not final) step to a less harmful television.

The new Philips Ambilight TV with a unique adaptive backlight is able to bring less harm to your health than regular home screen. Moreover, he is able to give the viewer more than the pleasure of

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Meningitis — is inflammationmembranes of the brain or spinal cord with a consequent change of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Depending on the pathogen isolated meningitis:

serous (CSF transparent, with a large number of lymphocytes); purulent (CSF is cloudy, with a large number of white blood cells).

The causes of serous meningitis most often the arenaviruses (cause of so-called lymphocytic choriomeningitis Armstrong), enteroviruses Coxsackie and ECHO, as well as agents of tuberculosis, brucellosis, syphilis, mumps (mumps) and influenza.

Purulent meningitis often becomes the result of meningococcal infection, as it may cause a negative staphylococci, streptococci, pneumococci, E. coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Proteus,

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Menu beauty

No one wants to have a sallow complexion, acne and extra pounds hanging on the sides. To avoid all this, you need only anything — eat right. But what lies behind the words "right" food?


How food affects our appearance? What foods make us beautiful, and what other way around? How to distribute the diet during the day, so as not to put on weight? These and other questions are answered Mariyat Mukhina — physician reflexologist, MD, Ph.D. and author of the procedure Golden Needle ®.


— Mariyat, you could look at a person and determine whether

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Atrial fibrillation

Sometimes, the "heart beating in my chest like a bird" or "shaking like an autumn leaf." And sometimes "it is clogged, it will freeze." In the language of medicine this is called cardiac arrhythmia. Contraction of the heart become irregular, incorrect. Arrhythmias are different, but one of the most common — atrial.

We know that every time a heartbeat is a sequential reduction of its divisions — first the atria and then the ventricles. Only such an alternation provides effective functioning of the heart. When an arrhythmia, which received a beautiful name "atrial" lost one of the phases

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Meteosensitivity — Truth or Myth?

A lot of people listen carefully to the weather forecast is not only to decide what to wear tomorrow. They firmly believe that their health is largely dependent on the whims of nature.

Meteosensitivity (Meteotropic) — painful reaction of some people to changing weather conditions.

Some people do not feel well while reducing the atmospheric pressure at the other, on the contrary, have a headache on bright sunny days when the pressure is high. If the person suffered any injury (fracture, ligament rupture), or he has a disease of the joints, it is better than

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Methods Fly: Anyone can lose weight

About losing weight with the help of the Golden Needle ® is legendary. Unfortunately, this technique is not always safe. Especially when it is used by non-professionals. In the summer of 2008 the Society of Consumer Protection has published a list of clinics in which the method of Golden Needle ® used illegally and improperly, sometimes leading to tragic consequences.

The ancient Chinese way of getting rid of all sorts of ailments by setting the needle onbiologically active terms of the human body is known to the V century BC. e.: sharp bamboo sticks then treated many diseases.

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Methods of treatment of cellulite

We are in our report from the protracted contest between cellulite and its opponents. Bout held under the slogan "For your money — whatever you like!"

Quest, launched in the U.S. in 1973, the owner of a large New York Beauty Nicole Ronsard, which published in the magazine Vogue revolutionary article entitled "Women's number one enemy" by name, comes with varying degrees of success. After all, cellulite — a very strong opponent, holding in his captivity 85% of women. In addition to his defense from time to time heard rare (supported, however, centuries of experience) cries of doctors and

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