With onset of warm sunny days, along with a season of walks in parks and picnics in forests, the activity of ticks raises. The peak activity of ticks is usually registered in two periods: May-June and August-September. While the bite of these little creatures is not harmful itself, the danger is in ticks’ ability to transmit pathogens of viral and bacterial diseases.
We live today very much in a digital world and this brings us great convenience but also some hidden problems, and the same is very true of digital medicine. The electronic world has brought great benefits to the practice of medicine – we can easily access upto date guidelines and protocols through the web and share information easily across the world. In particular imaging – MRI’s, CT’s and normal x-rays are very much better and being electronic can easily be mailed to patients and other physicians.
Statistics show that 95 out of 100 children will not fall sick even being in direct contact with an infection if they had been vaccinated on time. Still, often parents refuse recommended vaccinations and consider them dangerous or are concerned about side-effects or reactions such as:
Chess stimulates the growth of dendrites, the bodies that send out signals from the brain’s neuron cells. With more dendrites, neural communication within the brain improves and becomes faster. Studies show that playing chess caused increased performance in reading.
Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus that is spread through the air by breathing, coughing, or sneezing. From the 28th of December 2018 to the 3rd of January, 2,305 people contracted measles in Ukraine — 966 adults and 1,339 children.