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Clean Water — Healthy Life!

Water is vital for humans and has an impact on their health. And this is not surprising, since human body consists almost 70 per cent of water. Moreover, this water must be renewed every 7-10 days! Therefore, not only the renewal of our body, but above all our health depends on quality of drinking water. For a long time, there have been discussions that a person should drink 2-2.5 litres of liquid a day. Many diseases are caused by a lack of it in the body. Even mild dehydration can negatively affect our wellbeing. It is very helpful to start your morning with a glass of clean water. It is water that rejuvenates and strengthens our body. Drinking water regularly throughout the day is an excellent prevention of overeating. To consume water is essential for keeping good physical shape. With the help of water, harmful substances are removed from the body, and physical and chemical reactions associated with metabolism are carried out; evaporating from the surface of the skin, water is involved in thermoregulation.

Tips for preventing seasonal acute respiratory infectious diseases that could be caught with climate change:

Personal hygiene Observe the rules of personal and public hygiene! Wear a medical mask, observe a safe distance of 2 metres and keep your hands clean!

Fol­low the Ru­les of Hy­gie­ne!

To pro­tect your­self from in­fecti­on, you should first fol­low the ru­les of per­so­nal hy­gie­ne. Ke­ep your hands cle­an – of­ten wash them with so­ap and wa­ter for 20 seconds and then wi­pe them dry with a dis­po­sab­le pa­per to­wel. It is advisab­le to have an­ti­sep­tic wi­pes or liquid agents with you (gels, sprays and ot­hers). Try not to touch your mouth, no­se or eyes with un­was­hed hands. Use a mask when visi­ting pub­lic places and in pub­lic trans­port. Re­mem­ber, the mask needs to be chan­ged every 2 hours. Ke­ep the dis­tance (1.5 - 2 met­res).

Good health is above wealth

Impressive work is underway to protect the health of people in our country and to prevent seasonal acute respiratory and virus diseases that can occur due to changes in the weather conditions. For prevention of seasonal acute respiratory and virus diseases that may occur due to the cold weather, people should dress according to the season and should adhere to the restrictions on visiting the public places.

Tas­ty and healt­hy

The Turk­men na­tio­nal cui­si­ne that has develo­ped throug­hout the his­to­ry of our peop­le is fa­mous for its diver­si­ty. Gour­met dis­hes, pas­sed down from one ge­ne­ra­tion to anot­her, still de­light gour­mets. The secrets of their coo­king, en­riched over ma­ny cen­tu­ries, are in the re­liab­le hands of our glo­rious wo­men, each of whom is a chef by vocation, an un­sur­pas­sed mas­ter of the culi­na­ry art. Much, first of all the health of each fa­mi­ly mem­ber, de­pends on fo­od, which is the ba­sis of the dai­ly me­nu. We all love nood­les, the so-cal­led unash.

Discip­li­ned Out­door Be­haviour

In the Era of Might and Hap­pi­ness, one of the im­por­tant prio­ri­ties of our sta­te po­licy is strengt­he­ning the health of the na­tion and brin­ging up a phy­sical­ly har­de­ned and spi­ri­tual­ly rich youn­ger ge­ne­ra­tion. Pre­si­dent Gurbanguly Ber­di­mu­ha­me­dov ta­kes concre­te and con­sis­tent steps in this di­recti­on. Among them are the hol­ding of lar­ge-scale sta­te actions, one of which, “Ro­ad sa­fe­ty – tranquil­li­ty of our lives” is tra­di­tio­nal­ly held in Sep­tem­ber. Ro­ad sa­fe­ty is a hu­ge set of mea­su­res to en­su­re the sa­fe­ty of all ro­ad users. He­re are so­me tips to fol­low, comp­liance with which will teach discip­li­ned be­haviour on the roads.

Doctor’s advice

«7/24.tm», № 35 (66), 30.08.2021. Keep your hands clean and wash them with clean water and soap regularly or use a disinfectant.

Health Resorts of the Country Waiting for Visitors

Visit Your Family Doctor before Your Trip to the Sanatorium This year, a temporary procedure for staying at the sanatoria and health resorts of the country has been developed. Director of the Information Centre at the Ministry of Health and the Medical Industry of Turkmenistan Ogulmyahri Geldiyeva told NT in an interview that everyone must visit their family doctor before visiting the sanatorium.

Delicious Summer Berry Quenches Thirst

The culinary two-volume book Turkmen Dastarhan, published on the initiative of President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, is of particular relevance at any time of the year, because the traditional cuisine is rich in its variety in any season. The book features a wide range of local products. The favourite melon-like crop such as watermelon is especially relevant on hot days. This summer has been very hot. However, not for thermophilic melons and gourds. Turkmen nature has created ideal conditions for growing watermelons. This is a creeping vine, belonging to the annual herbaceous plants of the Cucurbitaceae plant family. A tasty and healthy delicacy is salvation from thirst in the summer heat.

Rules for every day

In the coming week, according to weather forecast, hot weather awaits us. Particularly vulnerable in such weather are people suffering from diseases of the cardiovascular and endocrine systems, elders, pregnant women, nursing mothers and small children. According to the advice of medical specialists, the main condition for this category of people is not to overheat. To do this, it is worth excluding being outside from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. Going out, wear loose clothing made of light natural fabrics of light colours and be sure to cover your head with some headwear or to use an umbrella.

Seasonal Illness Prevention Tips:

Open windows regularly to provide fresh air to offices and rooms of the flat. Keep your hands clean, observe a distance of 2 metres and wear masks correctly.

Organizational aspects of COVID-19 prevention

The issues of the country's readiness for the new global challenges of our time in the form of various infectious pathologies are in the center of attention of the President of Turkmenistan. Considering the growing spread of COVID-19 infection around the world and on the basis of anti-epidemic monitoring on January 2, 2020, anti-epidemic measures were introduced in the country to protect the country's territory from the importation of coronavirus infection.

Determination of trans fat and salt content in food products

The health status of the population is one of the main indicators of the country's well-being. For health, artificial trans isomers formed during the industrial processing of liquid and animal fats are more dangerous [5-6]. In most countries, trans fats are still widely used in the preparation of confectionery, fast food, snacks and processed foods. Trans fats are not nutrients and must be replaced with unsaturated or polyunsaturated fatty acids.

Fortification of wheat flour with iron on flour mills of Turkmenistan

Fortification of staple foods such as wheat flour, salt and oil makes these foods more nutritious and does not require changing eating habits. The most typical components of a premix to be added to flour are iron salts and folic acid [5].

Humoral immunity state of the population against COVID-19 infection

Despite the economic downturn in the developed countries of the world during COVID-19 pandemic, owing to the "Open Door" policy announced by the esteemed President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, international relations in our country are developing rapidly. Based on decisions taken by the Emergency Commission of Turkmenistan for combating the spread of disease in order to protect the borders of Turkmenistan from the pandemic infection COVID-19 and to prevent the spread of this infection across the country, the epidemiological well-being is under strict control.

Results of treatment of HER 2-positive breast cancer

The incidence of malignant mammary tumors (MMT) is one of the first among oncological diseases in the world and in Turkmenistan. According to the WHO data, 1 million 700 thousand women fall ill annually in the world [1]. Immunohistochemical (IHC) and other molecular genetic studies are of great importance in determining the biological characteristics of MMT [2-4].

Comorbidities of coronary heart disease in Turkmenistan

According to the WHO, in 2018, 17,9 million people die annually from cardiovascular disease (CVD), and this is 31% of all deaths in the world [8]. Most of the patients seeking medical help for CVD, and in particular coronary heart disease (CHD), have several diseases of the internal organs. Comorbidity in CHD in Turkmenistan has not yet been studied enough. In this regard, the study of factors that can affect the course of CHD continues to be an important task of fundamental and clinical cardiology. The aim of the work is to study the presence of comorbid conditions and the structure of comorbidity in patients with stable angina pectoris in Turkmenistan.

Optical coherence tomography for the diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of irreversible vision loss. This pathology is bilateral and leads to primary disability in people over 50 years old. According to various sources, central vision impairment due to AMD was observed in 10% of people aged 65-75 years, and in people over 75 years old in 30% [2, 3]. Genetic factors and the environment play an important role in the development of AMD. Risk factors include hypertension, atherosclerosis, smoking [1, 3, 4]. The aim of the study is to determine the effectiveness of optical coherence tomography for the diagnosis of AMD.

Peculiarities of the development of reproductive function in adolescent girls with hypothyroidism

At present, hypothyroidism occupies a leading place in the structure of the general endocrine pathology of adolescent girls. Disorders associated with hypothyroidism can lead to changes in the menstrual cycle, infertility, miscarriage [8, 12].

Surgical treatment of benign liver tumor in infants

Benign liver tumors are the most common diseases in childhood, however, due to the absence of clinical symptoms, they are discovered by chance, when examining another pathology of the patient [1, 3, 7]. We present a clinical case of surgical treatment of a 16-day-old newborn with liver tumor.