Asthma is a chronic and inflammatory disease that causes narrowing of the respiratory tract and blocks the respiratory tract. Unfortunately, the disease is intensifying in the winter, and there is currently no definitive treatment for it. But there are ways to manage this disease that reduces its symptoms.
Butterfly disease or EB is a group of rare diseases that affect the skin tissue. It is commonly seen in infantile children and is a hereditary illness. Some signs and symptoms may occur in adolescence.
White blood cells (WBCs) mean white blood cells. By measuring the amount of white blood cells, we can estimate the presence of infection in the body. White blood cells are the defenses in the body and they must react differently from infectious and non-infectious diseases.
Autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system changes against the body itself and attacks the cells of the body. This situation can affect anyone, but about 80% of people affected by this condition are women.
For some people with psoriasis, short periods of autumn, winter and cold weather intensify the symptoms of psoriasis. Do not be disappointed, you do not need to think about the hard days of fall and winter and worse symptoms in the spring.
Gestational diabetes is diagnosed during pregnancy and differs from type 1 and type 2 diabetes. No matter what type of diabetic you have, there are many ways in which you can spend healthy and safe pregnancy.
Each chapter brings a series of illnesses and health problems that are not exceptionally autumn and winter. The severe fluctuations in the climate make the human body difficult to adapt to changes, and as a result, many of us are sick during air changes.
Seasonal allergy or allergy is a problem we all are involved with, and it usually becomes more intense in the spring and autumn seasons. The cause of this is the weakness of the immune system. This article addresses the symptoms and ways of treating this disease.
The autoimmune disease of rheumatoid arthritis associated with joint pain sometimes leads to anemia.
In this article we will describe the symptoms, causes, and ways of treating rheumatoid arthritis. We will try to talk fairly comprehensively about these issues.
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