5 rules for refunding treatment in Russia. Is it possible to compensate money for treatment abroad? (part 3)
How to get a tax deduction for treatment Obtaining a tax deduction for treatment or the purchase of medicines consists of the following steps: Filling in the tax return 3-NDFL.…

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Fake personal medical book (part 1)
Attention fake !!! A personal medical book is a document of strict accountability, the presence of which officially confirms the ability of its owner to work in a particular professional…

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Carrots for health and more
Many, of course, are aware of the beneficial properties of carrots since childhood. So what do we know? Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is necessary for people with…

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Phosphorus is the creator of all living things

For a long time, some pundits believed that the basis of life on earth was protein, while others called nucleic acid the “progenitor” of all living things. Not so long ago, a new theory of the origin of life on our planet was published, the main character of which was the combination of phosphorus with amino acids – phosphoaminoaldehyde.

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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…

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Israeli Medical Tourism Association (IMTA) (part1)
Medical tourism and the need for its regulation Israeli Medical Tourism AssociationMedical tourism is not so much a popular tourism destination as medicine, which allows foreign patients to choose the…

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Carrots for health and more
Many, of course, are aware of the beneficial properties of carrots since childhood. So what do we know? Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is necessary for people with…

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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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