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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The main rules of hardening
So, systematic hardening is a proven and reliable healing tool! However, there will not be much prospect if, in carrying out tempering procedures, to neglect the principles that have been…

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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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Thrush - treat or not?
Despite the innocuous name, this disease is extremely cunning and delivers a lot of trouble for women of all ages. It seems that the terrible itch and nasty discharge will…

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including the nasal

Plastic surgery

The first facelift operations were carried out in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, although they were not officially advertised. At that time, to eliminate wrinkles and flabbiness of the skin, surgeons made cuts along the hairline, tightened the skin, and then stitched. However, after a few weeks, the patients felt unpleasant consequences: in response to stretching, the muscles of the face contracted, so the skin sagged again, and the sutures dispersed. Sketches depicting the first patients of plastic surgery resemble more pictures of Frankenstein than modern ideas about beauty. Continue reading

Increased temperature in babies
It is necessary to know that the temperature of a child is higher than that of an adult, which is associated with its intensive growth and constant changes in the…

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Hardening in ice water - winter swimming
With proper organization and strict observance of hygienic rules, systematic bathing in icy water, as studies have shown, has a beneficial effect on humans: the efficiency increases, the incidence of…

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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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