Omega-3 fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids, good fatty acids, which are also known as essential fatty acids because they must enter our bodies through our diet - our bodies do not synthesize them.Learn More
After 6 months, breast milk alone does NOT satisfy the energy and nutritional needs of the infant any more. It does NOT satisfy the need for omega-3 fatty acids (DHA). It is NECESSARY to introduce supplementation and sources of omega-3 fatty acids in the diet.Learn More
Medicine has shown that DHA, as the main structural component of the brain, has an effect on the development of brain, mental and cognitive functions, including attention and concentration in children.Learn More
Bacteria and viruses are so different that it is often said, as a joke, that bacteria bear more resemblance to humans than to any virus. Compared to viruses, bacteria are real giants.Learn More
85% of total antibiotic consumption in children is in cases of upper respiratory tract infections (middle ear inflammation, sinusitis, colds, sore throat)Learn More
Can it be determined on the basis of laboratory analysis if something is a viral or bacterial infection?
In order to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections and set the correct diagnosis, blood and urine analyses are done.Learn More
Only once in ten years you can get sick with flu, which is about 4-5 times in a lifetime. Everything else is a flu-like illness – said Dr. Nestorović.Learn More