Russians advised not to “stuff” of children by drugs because of the temperature


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In Russia, parents in vain “overmedicate” ill children — the child needs contact with the germs and viruses at an early age to strengthen the immune system. This was stated by a pediatrician, Professor Nicholas Sobotiuk, informs a portal “Magicforum”.

“In the West, to a child who has fever, give antipyretic and only washed his nose. And we have once — interferon, viperoni, antibiotics, biological preparations for the treatment of dysbiosis are Often… the parents start feeding kids drugs uncontrollably,” he said Sobotyuk.

According to the physician, the child at the age of 2-3 years “has the right” to be sick up to eight times a year. If in the first years of life to treat the child a large number of tablets, it can cause the younger body harm in the future, he added.

The specialists of the National medical research center of children health under the Russian Ministry of health found that the health of schoolchildren from 1st to 11th grade worsens during the study. In the first class to a completely healthy took 4.3 percent of the observed students. By the end of training there is left, according to the study. Over 11 years of education prevalence of functional abnormalities in children increased by almost 15 percent, and chronic diseases are diagnosed by 52.8 percent more often.

In Russia to 2024 will be implemented the national project “Health” which is planned to spend more than 1.7 trillion rubles. The project, in particular, involves efforts to reduce mortality from cardiovascular disease and re-equipment with modern medical equipment 140 vascular centers and primary vascular 469 offices. Another aim of the project is to increase average life expectancy to 78 years. The curator of the national project is assigned to Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, the head — Minister of health Veronika Skvortsova.

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