Diseases

Vitiligo: the psychological repercussions

We can talk about disability when we suffer from vitiligo. An aesthetic handicap that can lead to real psychological suffering. We sometimes quote the case of this baker, shunned by her clients, because she had vitiligo in her hands. But, one can think of all these young people (and especially young girls), who, towards twenty, begin to develop the disease, and the immense complexes which go with it
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Tell me, what is dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a specific reading disorder, most often associated with dysorthography (a specific disorder of spelling). Dyslexia should not be confused with dysphasia, which is a language disorder. Dyslexia is a disorder of learning written language, durable and proven, which occurs outside any other sensory, neurological or mental pathology
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The brain

The brain is the seat of all the commands of the body. It is located in the cranial box formed by the bones of the skull, supported by the meninges and thus protected; this box is inextensible. The brain includes several regions: the two cerebral hemispheres, the cerebellum, in relation to each other and to the organs or other parts of the body
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Epilepsy in children: useful addresses

In addition to the medical problems specific to epileptic illness, there are also problems of adaptation to social life ... because the child may be too disabled to integrate into a "normal" life, or because the ideas received from the entourage still put it on the margin. A doctor who worked a lot on this condition said: "There is no other affection than epilepsy where social prejudices are more serious than the disease itself"
Nutrition

How to fill up with vitamins: the ideal cooking time

In general, the longer the cooking and the higher the temperature, the greater the loss of vitamins. In the vegetables When vegetables are eaten raw, there is no alteration of the vitamins they contain. As the cooking time increases, the vitamins, especially the water-soluble vitamins (vitamins C and B), are found partly in the cooking water
Diseases

Rhinitis: it's not just allergic rhinitis!

If spring is synonymous with renewal, beautiful days ahead, it is for some people the beginning of a rather difficult period that rhymes with hay fever and rhinitis. The term rhinitis describes inflammation and irritation of the mucous membranes of the nasal cavity. Rhinitis can be a seasonal disease, but it can also rage throughout the year depending on the allergic mechanism (mites, animal hair

Pregnancy

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Female orgasm: The vaginal orgasm
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Female orgasm: The vaginal orgasm

Around the vagina are powerful muscles that can be contracted voluntarily, it is the pelvic floor. The contraction of these muscles increases the feeling and the sexual pleasure. In addition, many women report the occurrence of orgasms during deep penetrations into their vaginas; it is the fact of stimulating the vaginal bottom which then seems to trigger the orgasm
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My baby sleeps badly
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My baby sleeps badly

Sleep problems are the most important reason for consulting in child psychology . Anxious parents want to understand why their baby can not fall asleep, or why he wakes up in the middle of the night, crying ... in short, why their baby sleeps badly! Because to worry and helplessness to the problems of baby sleep is added
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Detect an STD: abnormal losses, spills
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Detect an STD: abnormal losses, spills

You have abnormal vaginal discharge, which is smelly and may be accompanied by local itching. For men, it can be flows of the foreskin. Depending on possible other symptoms associated with these abnormal losses, may be involved: > vaginitis > a vulvovaginal mycosis > salpingitis > a chlamydial infection > gonorrhea Vaginitis How she catches herself: It is usually due to the presence of a parasite transmitted in most cases by sexual intercourse
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Aneurysm: Sources and Notes
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Aneurysm: Sources and Notes

Authors: Dr. Ada Picard, Dr. MC Bonduelle and Dr. Nicolas Evrard. Sources: > Alexandre Ponti, Nicolas Murith, Afksendyios Kalangos, Aneurysms of the Abdominal Aorta: Current Knowledge and Endovascular Therapy, Rev Med Switzerland 2012. > Ailawadi G, Eliason JL, Upchurch GR. Current concepts in the pathogenesis of abdominal aortic aneurysm
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The papillomavirus: transmission and symptoms
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The papillomavirus: transmission and symptoms

How is the transmission of papillomavirus? And what are the symptoms of HPV? What do the lesions look like in men and women? The symptoms of papillomavirus The lesions vary according to the type of virus. In humans and in women , some papillomaviruses may be responsible for the formation of genital warts or condyloma acuminata, also called rooster cocks or venereal vegetations: These are growths (a bit like big warts) that grow in the vulva, in the vagina or around the anus, and on the penis, the scrotum
Female Psychology