Measles has broken out many times. Are you still so afraid of vaccines?

Do you think vaccination is harmful? Do you refuse to give your child a vaccine? Do you still remember the vaccine you received when you were a child? Measles, rubella, mumps, tuberculosis, hepatitis B… Do you think it is really lucky to survive now that rumors of vaccines are flying everywhere? In addition to this, do you have other misunderstandings about vaccines in what? How many of those rumors about vaccines are wrong? Rumors do not just come from gossip. In 1998, the international well-known medical journal < < Lancet > > published an article entitled < < ileal lymph node hyperplasia, non-specific colitis and generalized developmental disorder > >. The author of the article believed that the injection of Read More …

Children cry and sleep badly after vaccination? Parents must do these tricks,

A few days ago, the baby was vaccinated, and it was very noisy for several days in a row. Neighbors said it was nothing, and it would be fine in a few days. But it’s hard to look at the baby. It’s time for the vaccine again. What a worry! I believe many parents have encountered or will soon encounter such situations: the baby has redness, fever, crying, poor sleep, rash, etc. at the injection site after vaccination. Although these symptoms are very common and do not cause any great harm, it is not pleasant for parents to watch their children feel uncomfortable. In fact, these symptoms can also be prevented and relieved. The following clove mother will share with Read More …

Five Misunderstandings of Hepatitis Infectious

China is a big country with hepatitis B, and chronic hepatitis is still difficult to cure and there is a risk of progression to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer. Therefore, the public turns pale at the mention of [hepatitis] and often discriminates against hepatitis patients and hepatitis virus carriers. Fear and discrimination arise because the public knows too little or has a wrong understanding of hepatitis. This article will summarize the common misunderstanding of the public on the infectivity of hepatitis, hoping to make everyone truly understand and understand hepatitis. Myth 1: All hepatitis is contagious Among the common causes of hepatitis, besides viral hepatitis, there are also many non-infectious hepatitis, such as Alcoholic hepatitis: caused by long-term heavy drinking; Read More …

Do you know what to do to prevent colds?

Why is it that every year in autumn and winter, when colds are rampant, your nose is stuffy, your nose is runny, and your head is dizzy? You are always the first to fall down, and your colleagues, relatives and friends are safe and sound? Don’t worry, instead of complaining about your ill-fated fate and admiring the strength of others, it is better to learn what measures can help effectively prevent colds, smoothly pass the autumn and winter cold-prone season, and also make others admire it. Is the cold really [frozen]? It is generally believed that the cooling weather causes people to catch colds. In fact, it is not! In fact, low temperature is not the direct cause of colds, Read More …

Why are you still hesitating to take pneumonia vaccine?

Since Pasteur et al. Isolated pneumococcus in 1881, People have been trying every means to control and eliminate this bacterium, which can cause many types of infection. But the road has not been smooth. Until the end of the Second World War, Only then did people find out the real weapons that can deal with pneumococcus-antibiotics and vaccines. Due to the strong competitors of antibiotics, Pneumonia vaccine was not popular with clinicians when it was first invented. Two 6-valent pneumonia vaccines were withdrawn from the market early on. However, with the increase of bacterial drug resistance, the advantages of vaccines have finally been more and more widely recognized. What is pneumococcus? Pneumococcus is a common bacterium, It can reside in Read More …

Can you eat with hepatitis B patients?

A few days ago, I had dinner with my friends. One of them had hepatitis B two years ago. Everyone talked and laughed, seemingly as if nothing had happened. However, their eyes were intentionally or unintentionally aimed at the [chopstick brothers] of their friends who had hepatitis B, fearing to eat the food they had clipped. There are more than 100 million hepatitis B patients and hepatitis B virus carriers in China, which is equivalent to one in every ten people. You can hardly avoid eating with them. How does hepatitis B invade your body? People can be infected with hepatitis B, the main culprit is hepatitis B virus, which enters the liver through blood circulation. Hepatitis B virus is Read More …

The flu is coming!

Every winter and spring exchange (yes, now) is the traditional flu season in our country, especially pregnant women, infants, the elderly, people suffering from chronic basic diseases are the high-risk groups for influenza transmission. How serious is this year’s flu and will it develop into SARS? Can we do what to protect ourselves and our families? Dr. Clove will come with you. Pregnant women, children and the elderly are at high risk. Speaking of flu, One cannot but mention the one that broke out in Europe in 1918. The flu killed 25 to 50 million people around the world at that time. That later generations even named it after the outbreak site, It is the notorious [Spanish flu]. According to Read More …

Measles Outbreak, Can You Be what?

Since yesterday, a piece of news has been circulating on the Internet. The news is that a measles epidemic broke out in a building in Dongcheng District of Beijing and [nearly half of the people] were infected. Upon receipt of the message, Beijing CDC quickly responded to and announced the actual epidemic situation on its official website: On January 22, 2015, the CDC received a report from Dongcheng District CDC that a measles outbreak occurred in a building in the district. As of January 26, 2015, a total of 23 measles cases had been reported. In order to prevent the spread of measles, the building has now completed the emergency vaccination of 3,462 people against measles. It can be seen Read More …