Flu vaccine - sick leave canceled!
Together with the first cold, the first diseases come to us. The most insidious of them is the flu. Flu epidemics are observed annually in the autumn-winter period. The spread…

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Attention: couperose
Kuperoz - a violation of blood circulation in the skin. Usually kuperoz begins with stagnation in the capillaries of the upper layers of the skin. Because of the constant load,…

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Food chemistry
Three kilograms of chemicals. This is the quantity that an average consumer consumes in the course of a year of the most different, sometimes absolutely familiar products: cupcakes, for example,…

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Healing Sunshine - Sunbathing
From time immemorial, people knew that sunlight was both a healer and a reliable ally in the fight against disease. Widely used the rays of the sun as a tonic…

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Demodecosis. Causes of occurrence. Treatment methods

Demodecosis is a disease accompanied by microscopic mite damage to the skin. This tick is called Demodex folliculorum. For most people, this mite is a normal inhabitant of the skin, which feeds on the desiccated cells. It is only necessary for the body to weaken its vigilance, as the tick penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin and causes inflammation.

In its manifestations, demodicosis is very similar to rosacea and acne. Continue reading

We fight spring cold
In the spring of us often catches cold. Pharmaceutical preparations give a good effect, but in a weakened body, the probability of side effects is high. In addition, any pharmaceutical…

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Running and heart
Ordinary running has an even greater impact on our body than walking. The blood flow increases significantly - hence the energy from the environment; breathing - hence the removal of…

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What is cellulite and how to fight it
Most likely, in the initial stages of development, this is an aesthetic problem. Cellulite begins with a violation of microcirculation of blood and lymph, the appearance of an ugly subcutaneous…

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