We know, we know – you say. This is a cold and flu, and kissing with a sneezing, coughing or fever would be unreasonable. But it turns out that these infections are not limited to. There are even sexually transmitted diseases transmitted through a kiss. The infection enters the body through saliva, enters the bloodstream through injuries in the mouth, including through microcracks, which you do not suspect.
So what can you get infected through a kiss?
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For long, cold and dark winter days, we look forward to the summer – the sun, heat, flowers and greenery. But when it finally comes, to enjoy it to the full we are prevented by various “biting” insects – mosquitoes, midges, wasps, bees, ticks. And it would be okay if the whole thing came down to only minor inconveniences – itching and redness at the site of the bite. But in some cases, the effects of an insect attack can be much more serious. Along with redness, swelling, itching, an allergic reaction to poison can also develop. Continue reading
We buy most of the products in stores, and these products, as a rule, have undergone industrial processing. And this means that we, whether we like it or not, eat a considerable amount of food additives every day. What do we know about these substances? Our ideas about food additives are vague and contradictory: from “all this is terrible poison” to “it’s okay, because they are not prohibited.”
What are nutritional supplements for?
They are added to products for different purposes: Continue reading