Analyzing the subjective assessment of health by student youth (under the age of 25), we found the following: the vast majority of respondents, regardless of gender, rated their own health as "good" and "very good". Almost half of the guys and every fifth girl noted the criterion for assessing "excellent" health. About 2% of boys and 3% of girls noted that they have “excellent” health. The criteria for assessing the health of "mediocre" and "poor" for the children practically did not differ. Thus, “mediocre” health was observed in 15% of boys and 14% of girls; "bad" - 2% of boys and 2% of girls.
The current microhybrid composites have physical properties that are superior to those of the composites used in the past. They meet the functional requirements much better and allow you to maintain the characteristics of natural dental tissue for an extended period. The "Enamel Plus HFO" system (manufactured by Micerium, Italy) includes universal dentins and enamels, each with different optical properties, designed to simulate natural tissues in order to obtain a more realistic reproduction of natural tissue.
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The specified period turned out to be extremely rich for the cinematography of Ukraine in terms of the thematic focus, which was represented by the historical and biographical genre: "Taras Shevchenko", "I'm Coming to You", "Yaroslav the Wise", "The Legend of Princess Olga", "Danilo - Prince of Halytskyi" and others; interpretation of the theme of the Great Patriotic War: "Only "old men" go to battle", "Aty-dad, the soldiers went", the trilogy about Kovpak, "High Pass", etc.; psychological drama: "/Bathroom", "Commissars", "Long Farewells", "Military-Field Romance", "White Bird with a Black Badge", "Flight in a Dream and Awake", "Rooks", "How Young We Were ", "A wedding is accused", "Adam's rib", "Three stories", etc.; screen adaptations: "Malva", "Sailor Chizhik", "At a high price", "Land", "After two hares", "Weed", "Bread and salt", "Stone cross", "Lost letter", "Babylon -XX", "Black chicken,
Back in 2002, according to the justification of the Institute, inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) was introduced into the Immunization Calendar of Ukraine for the 1st vaccination against poliomyelitis (children continued to receive OPV for the remaining 5 doses by age). In 2006, this vaccine was also used for the second vaccination. This made it possible to first reduce and then practically stop the cases of vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis in Ukraine. Since then, the issue of switching to a full IPV vaccination scheme in Ukraine has been repeatedly raised, as has been practiced for many years in all European countries, the USA, Canada, and Australia. Currently, this problem is becoming even more urgent, given both the epidemic situation and the prospects for Ukraine's accession to the EU.