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Doping

What is doping? The word doping is of English origin and comes from the word dope, which means stimulant medicine or drugs. According to the clinical dictionary, doping is an "administration of substances that are thought to promote the physical performance of an organism." Doping is therefore related to the sports world, where athletes use doping for the purpose of improving their performance - especially in the case of competitions.

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Knyster (hallux valgus)

What are tits? Knusster is a state where the big toe turns towards the other toes (hallux valgus) so that the foot is pointed and at the same time a bulge is formed on the base of the big toe. The knot is produced because the two bones on each side of the joint will form an angle with each other, rather than being in continuation of each other.

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Epo (erythropoietin)

What is epo? Epo is a naturally occurring hormone in humans. It is produced in the kidneys when the oxygen content in the blood is low and it stimulates the formation of red blood cells in the bone marrow. The red blood cells transport oxygen from the lungs to our muscles, and the more red blood cells we have, the more oxygen the muscles offer.

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Biotin

In general, biotin Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin B, which is part of a variety of metabolic reactions, as well as in the regulation of sugar metabolism. Lower blood content of biotin is often found in type 2 diabetics, but it is uncertain whether it plays any health role. Deficiency in Denmark is rare, and biotin is unlikely to be overdosed.

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Tenosynovitis

Article is under preparation Read more Late inflammation Chronic pain in muscles and tendons Read all articles about muscles, joints and bones

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Rehabilitation

Exercises on tilting boards train coordination and balance. The board can be used both for rehabilitation and for prevention of muscular injury and joints in the legs. The tilting board is especially good for building stability in the ankle. Taping of the knees and ankles is often used during rehabilitation after injury. Tape prevents worsening of damage and improves management of the joint.

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Vitamin A

In general, vitamin A Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is necessary for, among other things, vision, propagation, immune system, regulation of hereditary systems, mucous membranes and growth. A severe deficiency of vitamin A can cause infection, night blindness, blindness and eventually death. In the diet, the most important forms of vitamin A are retinol, retinal and retinoic acid found in animal food (animal food) and carotene from the plant kingdom, of which ?-carotene is the most important.

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Buy care products without perfume

Two-year-olds are fascinated by fragrances - a foam bath with strawberry smell can cause enthusiasm for most people. But the fragrance is unnecessary in products for children. Perfumes can cause allergies. Perfumes can cause allergic reactions in the form of itching, rash or bitter breathing. If your child becomes allergic, allergy does not go away again.

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Buy CE branded and unpainted toys

The world is an adventure to be explored. And the favorite play is on the move from morning to evening, where it gets kissed, hugged, examined, split and collected again. Toys are a source of joy, peace of mind and learning. However, children do not read instructions for use, and they do not always use the toys as intended.

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How to get better chemistry in the children's everyday life

Here you will find eight tips on how to help dilute the cocktail of hormone disrupting substances to which your child is exposed. The advice is based on the Danish Environmental Protection Agency's mapping of a typical day in a typical two-year life. Here, one has focused on which hormone disruptive and suspected hormone disrupting substances a two-year meeting occurs during a day, where and how the child meets them and whether they constitute a risk.

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