The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Food Allergies, Skin Cancer, Anti-vaccine Children And The Hippocratic Oath

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The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Food Allergies, Skin Cancer, Anti-vaccine Children And The Hippocratic Oath
The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Food Allergies, Skin Cancer, Anti-vaccine Children And The Hippocratic Oath

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The voice of a medical blogger: food allergies, skin cancer, anti-vaccine children and the Hippocratic oath

We continue our review of medical Internet activity. This time, we have almost exclusively eternal themes (allergies, carcinogens, hemangiomas, hypertension) and even an unusual bias in the history of medicine: the Hippocratic Oath and the horrors of the distant past.

The voice of a medical blogger: food allergies, skin cancer, anti-vaccine children and the Hippocratic oath
The voice of a medical blogger: food allergies, skin cancer, anti-vaccine children and the Hippocratic oath

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We continue our review of medical Internet activity. This time, we have almost exclusively eternal themes (allergies, carcinogens, hemangiomas, hypertension) and even an unusual bias in the history of medicine: the Hippocratic Oath and the horrors of the distant past.

Dermatologist Anastasia Ugryumova talks about infant hemangiomas, benign vascular formations in the program " Selfish question ". The material will be useful for both doctors and patients. Do they pass on their own, is there a danger, what to do?

On Laba with Anastasia talks about skin cancer. This is an important material considering how light-headed we tend to be about UV light.

Very interesting material on the history of medicine. Neurosurgeon Aleksey Kashcheev translated the book "The History of Quackery" by MD Lydia Kang and journalist Nate Pedersen. MK talks with a doctor about the traditions of dubious methods in medicine.

Medical journalist Olga Kashubina wrote about nipples on Ask Only. Are they useful or harmful, if harmful, then in what case? What is true and what is not scientifically proven?

Here's a tip that will dramatically increase your literacy about a common problem (which many, however, don't know about). Food allergies are often confused with food intolerances and have a lifelong imprint. Pediatrician Tatyana Denisova tells what the difference is and how to distinguish one condition from another.

You cannot miss the last article by Alexey Vodovozov from the series " Evil Critic " for the 22nd century. When should you be afraid of salt, if you are afraid, then how much? It is necessary to know both for hypertensive patients and for non-examined citizens.

On the Scientific Approach, they talk about nitrosamines - authentically carcinogenic substances. With what products do they enter the body and how much they need to be eaten in order to develop a deadly disease.

Today we will unexpectedly have a video from a philologist, not from a doctor. Elizaveta Shcherbakova talks about the limitless possibilities of interpreting the Hippocratic Oath. Does it allow for human experimentation and abortion? How to understand all this and what kind of unintelligible text is this (which, fortunately, has not been sworn for a long time)? A very interesting story.

The YouTube channel of neuro-urologist Galina Tishchenko will be of interest to everyone who has problems with urination regulation. For example, a video about the mechanisms of this process.

And in the end - about vaccinations, via Wet Mantoux. We recently wrote that anti-vaccine children in the United States are increasingly looking for opportunities to get vaccinated. In Russia, a child from the age of 15 can give informed consent to a medical procedure, including vaccinations, Meduza reports. Also, a medical organization can resolve the issue through the court when a child needs vaccination after contact with an infectious patient. A special material on Pikabu tells children from anti-vaccine families how to get started.

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