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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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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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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Stem cells in search of truth
Stem cells. Despite the fact that the term appeared in biology in 1908, the peak of world attention to this topic came at the end of the 20th and the…

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Vampirism for the good

Leech – omnipresent. They live all over the world except the Arctic and Antarctica. The main distinguishing feature of all 400 species of these animals, belonging to the class of freshwater ringed worms, is hematophagy, meaning that they feed on blood. However, among all this diversity, medical leeches are of medical interest. Modern research confirms that hirudotherapy is a potent treatment method used in almost all areas of medicine. Continue reading

Subcutaneous injections and infusions
Due to the fact that the subcutaneous fat layer is richly supplied with blood vessels, for a more rapid action of the drug substance, subcutaneous injections are used. Usually they…

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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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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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