Life-threatening ozone therapy
Speaking of ozone as a poison, superior in toxicity to carbon monoxide, or as the strongest oxidizer that can react even with those substances to which oxygen is inert, it…

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Colds in babies
In young children, colds are many times more common than in adults. The reason for this is not developed immunity to filtering viruses that are able to penetrate into the…

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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,…

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Pregnancy is not a reason for toxicosis
Pregnancy is a wonderful and, most importantly, quite natural state for a woman. However, not everyone will share this optimism. For many expectant mothers, this naturalness was very difficult -…

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Science of life

The boom of Ayurveda enthusiasm, which is translated from Sanskrit means “the science of life”, has reached Russia. Essentially different from the usual for Europeans, the ancient Indian methods of treatment and rehabilitation have been recognized even by such a strict and picky organization as WHO. However, for most people, this is nothing more than exotic medicine implicated in the search for prakriti, or the true nature of man and its three constituent dosha energies – vata, pitta, and kapha. Continue reading

Intramuscular injections in the gluteal region
The palm of the hand with the thumb as far as possible is applied to the thigh so that the end of the thumb reaches the anterior-inferior axis of the…

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The body's response to cooling
The concept of constancy of human body temperature, as research has shown, is to a certain extent relative. For example, open skin at low temperatures cools faster than closed ones.…

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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,…

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