Poison caterpillars

Knowledge Title: Poison caterpillars Other Title: urticating caterpillar Knowledge Content:  A variety of scaly-winged insects, larvae with toxic caterpillars. In butterflies, there are some species of larvae in the butterfly department that produce poisonous hair. Among the ferns, the dead leaf, the poison, the giant velvet and other branches of the poisoned caterpillars. Toxic hair irritates the skin, causing pain, itching, dermatitis, and some also lead to joint deformities and dysfunction.  The hedgehog's larvae. Commonly known as poplar. The larvae are mostly short, there is red, yellow, green, black color, body back has a large number of prickly poison hair, toxic liquid in the sting branch secreted from the base of toxic gland cells, the tip is very easy to break, contact with human skin, venom overflow, skin immediately appearher stoma, the tip of the sting left on the skin, there is a tingling sensation, continued for 2 to 3 weeks before recovery.……

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Schistosomiasis

Knowledge Title: Schistosomiasis Other Title: schistosomiasis Knowledge Content:  A disease caused by schistosomiasis that lives in the human body. The main manifestations of abdominal pain, diarrhea, mucus, blood, liver and spleen swelling and hematuria, late liver fibrosis, high pressure in the door veins or urinary tract obstruction, heavy death. It can be confirmed by finding eggs from feces, urine, or tissue biopsies or incubate from feces. The preferred drug for treatment is ketones. Schistosomiasis belongs to the flat-shaped animal valve cracker genus. The main parasites in the human body are the Japanese schisoma japonicum, the Egyptian schistosomiasis (S. haematobium) and the S. mansoni. In addition, S.mekong schistosomiasis in South-East Asia, S. Malayensis and S.interschmoths in central and western Africa can also infect the human body. Schistosomiasis is prevalent in a vast rural area of tropical, subtropical Asia, Africa and Latin America between 34 degrees north latitude and 34 degrees south latitude.……

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Ageing health

Knowledge Title: Ageing health Other Title: health care for the elderly Knowledge Content:  Some problems that older people should pay attention to in order to maintain a healthy long life. These issues should be noted at all ages, but have their characteristics in old age.  Physical activity includes physical labor and physical activity. Regular physical activity can enhance metabolism, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle atrophy, enhance physical fitness, delay the aging of tissue organs, reduce hypertension and coronary heart disease and other common diseases of old age. However, physical activity must be measured. Before selecting a physical activity, you should have a medical examination with your doctor. The purpose of sports activities can only be for fitness, should avoid competitive sports. Activities should be gradual, but also have a certain degree of time. The intensity of the activity can be self-feeling tired and uncomfortable, and the physical strength is gradually increasing.……

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High-risk pregnancy

Knowledge Title: High-risk pregnancy Other Title: high risk pregnancy Knowledge Content:  Pregnancy, which is at higher risk for pregnant women, fetuses and newborns. Broadly, the following are included. (1) Pregnant women have some more serious diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, kidney disease, etc. (2) In the past, there has been a history of bad delivery, such as habitual abortion or premature birth, stillbirth, stillbirth, neonatal death and malformation. (3) There are certain abnormalities in the pregnancy, such as concurrent pregnancy hypertension syndrome, too much amniotic fluid, too little amniotic fluid, front placenta, early placenta peeling and so on. (4) It is estimated that the delivery may have abnormalities, such as abnormal fetal position, pelvic stenosis, etc. (5) Pregnant women and their families to consider more about the fetus, such as high-level early birth (pregnant age of 35 years), after many years of infertility after treatment of pregnancy.……

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Willis, T.

Knowledge Title: Willis, T. Other Title: Thomas Willis (1621~1675) Knowledge Content:  British neuroanatomist. Born 27 January 1621 in Greater Bedwin, Wiltshire, he died in London on 11 November 1675. He entered Oxford University in 1637, received a master's degree in literature in 1642, soon transferred to medicine, developed a strong interest in chemistry and anatomy, in 1646 after receiving a bachelor's degree in medicine, and participated in the activities of the “Philosophical Club” of chemists, physicists and medics of the time, and close association with Boyle, Hook and others. 1660-1675 Professor of Natural Philosophy, Oxford University, and received a Ph.D. in Medicine. He practiced medicine in London in 1666.  He is the leader of the British School of Medical Chemistry, believes that the human body is a chemical system of reiki, sulfur, salt, water and soil, the lord of life, these chemical strains in the human body “fermentation” to produce a variety of physiological functions.……

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Cosmetic side effects

Knowledge Title: Cosmetic side effects Other Title: side effects of cosmetics Knowledge Content:  The chemical components contained in cosmetics directly stimulate the skin or dermatitis caused by allergic reactions, or systemic toxic reactions caused by absorption by the skin. Cosmetics include the following items: (1) cleaning and hygiene products, such as soap, shampoo, toothpaste, face fat, etc.; Cosmetic side effects are more common, the most common is dermatitis, also known as cosmetic dermatitis. However, long-term use of cosmetics caused damage to blood and internal organs, or even cause cancer, is rarely reported. Because humans have long-term exposure to external factors too many, it is sometimes difficult to determine whether due to cosmetics, so the incidence of cosmetic side effects is difficult to assess. It has been reported that 680 out of every 1 million users have side effects after a month of cosmetic use.……

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White blood cells

Knowledge Title: White blood cells Other Title: leukocyte Knowledge Content:  A class of colorless, nuclear blood cells, formerly known as white blood cells. It is divided into granulocytes, monocytes and lymphocytes, and performs immune function. The number of white blood cells in normal people is 4 to 10 x 109/L (4000 to 10000/mm3), less than 4 x 109/L (4000/mm3) or more than 10 x 109/L (10000/mm3) indicates too little or too much. Among them, granulocells accounted for 50 to 70%, lymphocytes accounted for 20 to 30%, mononucleoblasts accounted for 3 to 8%. The numerical physiological fluctuations of white blood cells are very large, can be affected by movement, mood, meal, in women are more affected by menstruation and pregnancy. In the same person, the white blood cell value was lower in the morning and higher in the afternoon. White blood cells are derived from bone marrow hematopoietic stem cells, and different types of white blood cells have different immune functions.……

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Mao Yu

Knowledge Title: Mao Yu Other Title: Mao Hsieh Chün (1901~1979) Knowledge Content:  Chinese oral medicine physician, founder of orthodontics. Born on July 15, 1901, in Renshou County, Sichuan Province, he died in Beijing on June 4, 1979. He graduated from the Department of Dentistry of Huaxi Union University in 1930. From 1935 to 1936, from 1941 to 1949, he went to study in the United States twice. From 1930 to 1942, he served as a teaching assistant, lecturer and associate professor at the private Beiping Association Medical College. From 1942 to 1945, he was the dental director of the first health office in Beiping City, and took oral preventive health care for primary and secondary school students extremely seriously. After 1945, he was a professor and head of the Department of Dentistry at Peking University School of Medicine, director of the orthodontic department, and director of the Oral Orthopaedic Sinology Group.……

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Disease

Knowledge Title: Disease Other Title: disease Knowledge Content:  For some reason, the existence of life is a state in which the form and/or function of the human body change sits, normal life activities are restricted or destroyed, or the symptoms of perceived symptoms are shown early or late, and the end of this state can be rehabilitation (return to normal) or long-term survival, or even death.  The existence of disease begins with conscious symptoms such as pain and discomfort. Chinese Oracle already has the word “disease”, and has “eye disease”, “foot disease” and other names, its meaning is that the various parts of the pain; The word disease in English is composed of dis (no) and ease (comfortable, comfortable). But not all diseases are accompanied by painful discomfort, such as the early stage of the tumor, the incubation period of infectious diseases, the patient can be free of discomfort; With the development of medicine, people find out that some symptoms are often caused by certain causes, which cause specific pathological changes in the human body, symptoms are only on the basis of these pathological changes in the form or function of changes, the process has a certain degree of attribution (death, disability, teratogenic, etc.……

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Line-out bacteria

Knowledge Title: Line-out bacteria Other Title: actinomycosis Knowledge Content:  Chronic purulent disease caused by line-release bacteria, mainly Actinomyces isrealii. The lesions are well developed in the face, neck and chest and abdomen, characterized by the expansion of the surrounding tissue to form a fistula and the excretion of pus with sulfur-like particles, with few sources of blood dispersed. Penicillin is effective in most cases and can be surgically removed or drained for those whose tissue damage is not easily cured. The disease is non-infectious and spreads around the world, with male patients common, with an average age of 20 to 45 years.  Pathogens are part of the line-release bacteria in bacteria, but some exhibit similar to fungi. Branched filaments, broken into short rod-shaped, in tissues and pus, mycelium staggered into sulfur particles. The end of the mycelium has a rod, which is arranged in a radial arrangement, and the line-release bacteria is named.……

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