Patient Education

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This blog covers a wide range of topics related to health, physical activity, and longevity. Our articles contain a minimum of complex medical terms, many clear examples, and plenty of relevant issues.

  • Symptoms. These articles help readers recognize what signs need urgent medical attention in order to avoid undesirable consequences of diseases or prevent their further development.
  • Tips and recommendations on how to wake up quicker in the morning, make dinner healthier, and choose supplements for managing stress.
  • Healthy lifestyle. Myths about weight loss, tips for protecting your skin from the sun, ways to control blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and much more.

Every parent wants their child to grow up healthy. However, even a common cold can sometimes lead to complications. How to prevent it from happening? How to recognize when your child needs medical attention? What healthy habits can boost your child's immune system? You will find all these topics on this blog page.

Children and Colds

When is a child no longer contagious with a cold? Types of coughs caused by a cold. Is a fever dangerous for a child with a cold?

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Help for a Child with a Cold

Let's find out what helps relieve a child's cough, runny nose, and fever during a cold.

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ADHD in Children

A person with ADHD has differences in brain development and brain activity that affect attention, the ability to sit still, and self-control.

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Symptoms and Causes of ADHD

Learn about the 14 main signs of ADHD and what causes it.

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Strep Throat in A Child

Strep — symptoms, and danger of the disease in children.

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UTI in Children

Symptoms of a UTI in children. Pain or a burning sensation when peeing. Needing to pee frequently. Deliberately holding in their pee.

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