Ayurveda: the science of life in India
Ayurveda is an ancient Indian method of healing the body and spirit. Literally, the word "Ayurveda" is translated from Sanskrit as "the science of life." This is the oldest system…

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Burns in babies
There are several degrees of burns, but even the smallest of them can be quite complicated, because pain and burning are simply unbearable for a child. Therefore, in case of…

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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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Unqualified doctors - dolphins
Dolphins are animals that have a need for interspecific communication, so they are easy to contact and communicate with people. The fact that they know how to work as rescuers…

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foreign objects with clean hands

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 Ilium, and its base touches the upper edge of the greater trochanter (movement in the hip joint helps to reveal the greater trochanter).

The index finger should be on the skewer line. The location of the injection corresponds to the head of the second metacarpal bone. Continue reading

Tired eyes? Help yourself!
Eyes - one of the most attractive parts of a woman’s body. With her own eyes, a woman can break a man's heart. However, very often they have a hard…

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Ayurveda: healthy mind in healthy body
Alternative medicine is gaining more and more adherents. Recent scientific studies confirm that treatment without drugs is possible, and the wonders of traditional medicine have received their logical explanation. Ayurveda…

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Purpose: horse
Hippocrates argued that horse riding speeds up not only the recovery process after injuries, but also helps melancholics no less effectively, freeing them from “dark thoughts”, instilling “merry and clear…

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