Communication

Communication — Is any human interaction. It can be verbal and non-verbal, it can be personal or flow between groups of people. And even performance at work planning meeting is a complete act of intercourse, because communication is considered to be not only direct contact or sharing of information, but any joint activities, exchange of experiences and skills.

In any case, communication inevitably, as any communication satisfies our need to communicate.

What affects the quality of our communication with others? In-First, the extent to which we have developed communication skills. In-Secondly, our ideas currently. Finally, our ideas

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Complete blood

CBC — laboratory test which involves counting all types of blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets), determination of parameters (cell size, etc.), differential blood count, measurement of hemoglobin, determination of the ratio of cell mass to plasma (hematocrit ).

What are the indications for blood count? 

Complete blood count is conducted in most diseases and preventive examinations.

What do the indicators of the general blood test?

Hemoglobin (HGB) — carries oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and organs of the body. Low hemoglobin indicates anemia (anemia). Red blood cells (RBC, «red blood cell") — the elements

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General analysis of urine

General urine analysis (clinical analysis of urine) — laboratory research, allowing to assess the physico-chemical characteristics of urine sediment microscopy.

What indicators are examined in a urinalysis?

Ranked urine, its transparency, specific gravity, acidity (pH). The urine is determined by protein, glucose, bilirubin, urobilinogen, ketones, nitrite, and hemoglobin. In the urinary sediment reveals epithelial cells, red blood cells, white blood cells, cylinders and bacteria.

Why is performed urinalysis?

for the diagnosis of kidney diseases: nephritis, nephrosclerosis, amyloidosis, kidney stones, tumors; for the diagnosis of pyelonephritis, bladder diseases, prostatic cancer; to detect early signs of disease, so

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Restrictions on the sale of alcohol in Europe

At the initiative of President Dmitry Medvedev in Russia started another anti-alcohol campaign. The reasons for this decision were very serious. Today, the Russians have about 15 liters of pure alcohol year. And experts believe that this figure should be multiplied by 1.5 — 2 due to the proliferation of illegal alcohol.

According to statistics of Epidemiology, in Russia more than two million patients with alcoholism. Every year from diseases caused by become alcohol, 75,000 people die. Chronic alcohol intoxication reduces life by an average of 17 years. In addition, almost 100% of hooliganism and three-quarters of criminal

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One-day fasting

With the treatment and prophylaxis one can use a one-day starvation— Once a week.

Before the beginning of fasting is recommended to drink 30 ml of infusion laxative herbs. In the morning, at the beginning of starvation, put enema, and during the day one can drink only boiled water to settle and, as an exception one can add a cup of water 1/3 teaspoon of honey and 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Taking drugs (unless, of course, there is urgent to receive their testimony) should be discontinued as smoking.

After starvation for food should consist of a

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Shortness of breath: move the spirit

A healthy person does not notice how he breathes. He thinks about it, he feels that he "did not have enough air," "cramps in the chest." Shortness of breath occurs whenever the body, trying to maintain the necessary life-blood oxygen levels, breathing accelerates reduction.

The signal of a lack of oxygen (its main distributors — heart and lungs) via the vagus nerve enters the brain and activates breathing center, which in turn instructs the speed rate of respiration. Dyspnea — Is, first of all, the response to increased physical activity: we are increasing the pace of walking, trying

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Obesity

Obesity — is the accumulation of fat in the body, leading to the appearance of excess body weight. In this case, fat is stored in the body fat depots (subcutaneous adipose tissue and around the internal organs).

Allocate obesity the top ("male") type, where fat accumulates mainly in the abdomen and above, and at the bottom ("women") type, where fat is stored in the thighs and buttocks.

It has long been a thing of the past saying: "A good man should be plenty." On the stage, slender beauty shine on the TV screen full of people can

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Obesity in children: how to help

Obesity — a serious disease, and worst of all, when they are ill children. However, many mothers still believe that the fullness of the Child — a measure of its health. It's time to finally get rid of this harmful misconceptions!

Why do children get fat? How dangerous excess weight in a child? How to help your child lose weight?These and other questions are answeredMD, author of the methods of treatment of overweight Golden Eagle ®, physician reflexologist Mariyat Mukhina.

— A feeling that the fat kids every year it becomes more and more …

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Obesity: how to tame disease

According to the WHO, obesity is one of five major risk factors for death. One may reassure yourself that extra weight — it is normal that a good man should be much, but obesity — a serious disease that should be treated.

What are its dangers? How to distinguish the disease it a little overweight? Is it possible to get rid of obesity? What doctors involved in his treatment of it? These and other questions are answered MD, author of over 40 scientific papers on the author's method of treatment of overweight Golden Eagle ®, physician

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Obesity: an integrated approach

In today's world, the prevalence of obesity has gained epidemic proportions indeed, especially in developed countries. About 1.7 billion people are overweight, and 320 million of them are obese. In Europe, the incidence of obesity varies from 5 to 23 percent for men and from 7 to 36 percent in women.

Being overweight is not just an aesthetic flaw, but a serious illness, which provokes or aggravates the course of many related diseases. Because of the prevalence of obesity is steadily increasing in the first frequency of such diseases as diabetes type II diabetes and diseases of

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