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Plaque psoriasis

What is plaque psoriasis? Plaque psoriasis (pronounced plaque-soriasis) is the most common form of psoriasis. About 80 percent of all who suffer from psoriasis have this form. Advertisement (Read on below) What are the characteristics of plaque psoriasis? Plaque psoriasis is characterized by delimited red raised areas.

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Sexafh?ngighed

What is sex addiction? Sex dependence is a state where thoughts about sex, fantasies about sex and actual sexual activity are so much in your life that it's beginning to go beyond your everyday life, your togetherness, your job and your relationships at all. When you are sex dependent, you are so busy getting the next "fix" that you are willing to override many of your daily obligations.

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Tyndfed

What does it mean to be thin? The term "thin fat" refers to a person who is not overweight, but where the body's fat mass is still so high that it has consequences for the health. Overweight is a condition where the body's fat mass is so high that it has consequences for health. The most common classification of overweight is based on body mass index (BMI) (Table 1).

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Autism, GUA and GUU

What is autism, GUA and GUU? Abbreviations GUA = Transient Development Disorder, Other GUU = Transient Development Disorder, Unspecified ASF = Autism Spectrum Disorders Autism and GUA / GUU can be perceived as degrees of the same development disorder, where the main symptom is that the child has difficulties with social intercourse and empathy ( empathy) compared to other people.

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Hemopure

What is Hemopure? While at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, introducing a urine and blood test that can measure EPO, the new generation of oxygen-transporting doping preparations has already been invented. The American company Biopure has produced a new blood substitute. It is the so-called oxyglobin or Hemopure, which is the official name.

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Ecstasy

What is ecstasy? Ecstasy was already manufactured in Germany in 1914 as a slim, but it was never used for that purpose. In the United States, it was occasionally used in psychotherapy in the 1960s, but it did not get any legal use. From the late 1970s, ecstasy has gained increasing popularity as an illegal party especially at major music events (raves, technoparties), first in Spain (Ibiza) and England since the rest of Europe.

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Spiral

What is a spiral? A spiral is a small t-shaped plastic rod wrapped with copper wire (copper spiral) or a hormone helix (hormone spiral). The spiral is placed in the uterus by a gynecological examination and acts on the sperm so that they do not reach the uterus or into the fallopian tubes and can fertilize the egg.

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Solr?d

You should always protect yourself from sunscreen before going out into the sun. Here you can find a number of specific advice. Sunbathing for adults Avoid sunbathing between 12 and 15 Search shadow Use hat and take light clothing Use sunscreen Ad (read on below) Sunbathing for children Infants must be placed in the shade Avoid the midday sun between 12 and 15 Search shadow Light clothes and a hat are good protection Use sunscreen with a high factor for children Advice on using solariums Skin types People with skin types I and II typically have light or freckled skin, bright or red hair and blue eyes.

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Peter Gade is backing up

Peter Gade: professional badminton player and father to Nanna for 5 years and Alma in 1 year. Children must be surrounded by something pure and natural Being a parent is something that falls to me most naturally in this life. I enjoy it. It is a great responsibility both to give the children freedom and solid frameworks, but it is also very exciting.

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Oblige psychiatric patients

Deprivation of psychiatric patients It may be impossible to get consent to treat a patient when the person is insane. Doctors and healthcare professionals can therefore force people who think they are insane in treatment, hold them back and fix them when absolutely necessary. There are very precise rules for when to do this and the patient and his relatives can always complain of forced compulsion.

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