Give to health
It often happens: you need something, but you’re ready to do it, you want to buy, but there is no money. Now, if you gave it ... So, maybe you…

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Fake personal medical book (part 2)
Medical Book Protection For the manufacture of medical books, forms are used, which are official documents. After issuing to a person, a medical book is registered in the unified electronic…

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Learn more about diagnostic and treatment options in Turkish clinics (part 2)
What to look for when choosing a clinic in Turkey? Going for treatment abroad, the patient is not looking for ordinary medical care (in the vast majority of cases he…

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Treatment in Finland – reliability and effectiveness

Finnish medicine
Finnish medicine Finland is considered one of the most prosperous countries in Europe. This Scandinavian country, constantly appearing in first place in various world lists of the most stable and comfortable places to live, has always been famous for the quality of its medical services. Finland has a modern and effective health care system, as evidenced by the extremely high life expectancy of people. Continue reading

Get a modern and effective treatment in Belarus (part 3)
Modern diagnostics in Belarus Qualitatively carried out diagnostic measures are the key to successful treatment, therefore, an examination of the body is carried out according to modern and highly informative…

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Optometrist or ophthalmologist, who are they ... (part 1)
An ophthalmologist is a doctor who is involved in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases. There are other names for this medical specialty - optometrist, from the word…

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Treatment in France - best practices and reasonable prices (part 3)
French specialists In France, you can find many experts known far beyond Europe. Among the leading doctors of France: Michel Oden is a well-known obstetrician, publicist and researcher of natural…

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Early hearing screening as part of prevention of speech impairment (part 1)
According to WHO estimates, about 466 million people worldwide experience serious hearing impairment, while another 500 million have less severe impairments, which nevertheless affect their functioning. The forecasts are disappointing,…

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