WHO: the XXI century will become the century of allergy
According to deplorable prognosis of the World Health Organization, the XXI century will become the century of allergy.
XV International Congress on Rehabilitation in Medicine and Immunerehabilitation
XV International Congress on Rehabilitation in Medicine and Immunerehabilitation was held on April 24-27, 2010 in Dubai (United Arab Emirates).
Scientific and practical conference with international participation “Modern problems of dermatovenereology and cosmetology”
was held on the base of Kharkov regional dermatovenereological dispensary on June 10, 2010 in Kharkov.
EVERYBODY TO PLAY CRICKET...
On June 19, 2010 there was an opening of cricket games season at the stadium "Obolon’ Arena" in Kiev.
People consuming more than six cups of tea a day decrease the risk of cardiac diseases by one third
According to the study conducted by Dutch scientists, consumption of several cups of tea and coffee a day may prevent the development of cardiac diseases.
American scientists have created diagnostic underwear,
which watches over patients’ health…
Asthma and allergy have the same genetic background
Doctors of Children medical centre of Philadelphia have established that such diseases as asthma and allergy in children have the same genetic background.
Conference dedicated to the problems of therapy of sexually transmitted infections
The conference organized by the company Ananata Medicare, which was dedicated to the problems of therapy of sexually transmitted infections, took place on May 14, 2010 in Kiev on board of the steamer “Goverla”.
Blood analysis in newborns will help assess the risk of allergy development in the children
Researches from Australia have developed blood analysis for newborns that helps assess the risk of allergy development in the child in future.
Excessive following the rules of personal hygiene and disinfection lead to allergy development
Allergy is becoming a widespread disease in developed countries and takes different forms, including seasonal fever, eczema, urticaria and asthma.