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Care with chain and olive oil, extra vitality and radiance for your skin

With a very high vitamin content (A, F, E, D), the chain has been used for centuries for skin care and as a component of cosmetic products, having a nourishing, revitalizing and restorative action. In combination with olive oil, emollient and moisturizer, the products based on the chain nourish, fortify and vitaminize the skin, giving it a healthy and shiny appearance every day.
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Zombie syndrome in children

Zombie syndrome is one of the most mysterious and mysterious diseases, especially encountered in children in African regions, characterized by the absence of the ability to recognize danger and uncontrolled actions, ending in self-harm or injury to others. Doctors have not yet been able to discover the causes of this bizarre condition, so there is no valid cure for it.
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Oral bites in children

Foot and mouth disease is an inflammatory condition of the buccal mucosa, characterized by the appearance on the buccal mucosa of some very painful lesions, which initially are in the form of erythematous macules (red spots) that subsequently ulcerate. If no infections are added, the disease will heal spontaneously (and without treatment) in about 10 days, but it may recur.
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Antibodies and immune system

The immune system is the one that protects the organism from germs and living microorganisms that can endanger it at all times. He is considered the best "guardian" of health. It is a fortress that manages to ward off diseases and infections with the help of antibodies, special proteins that "work" nonstop for him.
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Watch out for the hotdog!

Hotdogs can cause genetic mutations, known to be responsible for different types of cancer, says a study by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, AFP reports. Hotdogs can cause genetic mutations, known to be responsible for different types of cancer, says a study by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, AFP reports.
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