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The consequence of time: aging

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The consequence of time: aging

Aging is part of every living organism; it is a consequence of time. Despite messages in mainstream media, aging is not a disease but a life process that starts at birth. Everyone ages differently and how you age depends on genetics and lifestyle.   Human aging As we grow older, our body experiences progressive and irreversible changes. Our organs star deteriorating and inevitably, our bodily functions begin to slow down. Early decline begins before the first visible signs and can vary according to individuals. On average, our body starts digressing around the age of 30.   Different ways to age The aging process is different...

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Common childhood diseases

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Common childhood diseases


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Superfoods for super health

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Superfoods for super health

Superfoods are foods packed with high nutrient, which means they contain more vitamins, antioxidants, polyphenols, and minerals than other foods. These foods are especially satisfying and also provide a huge boost to daily energy. Superfoods can also strengthen the immune system and help to protect the body from certain diseases.

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The different types of wrinkles

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The different types of wrinkles

Wrinkles appear as the collagen production in our body diminishes, leaving the skin less elastic and firm. Everyone’s skin wrinkles differently and for a variety of reasons. Treatment and prevention are possible but for a good diagnosis and treatment plan, it’s important to know what type of wrinkle you are dealing with.

There are two basic approaches to dealing with wrinkles: clinical and specialist

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Classic infectious childhood diseases

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Classic infectious childhood diseases

Due to their developing immune systems, children are especially susceptible to exanthematous infections. This includes measles, chicken pox, rubella (German measles) and other bacterial or viral infections causing rashes, skin eruptions and fever. Knowing what to expect and how to care for your child during these outbreaks can help reduce your stress.

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