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deril
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Diseases and viruses in our lives

One interesting study of foreign scientists contend that almost any of our mobile phone accumulates more bacteria than the average public toilet. And let foreign public restrooms a little cleaner than our domestic, anyway, the withdrawal is not pleasant. Because mobile phone in the modern world is the object, which we use constantly. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the face. So, from the mouth, nose, ears – those parts of the body that are favorable for the bacteria and virus inside our body. It is believed that up to 30 % of viruses quite happily move us inside from the surfaces of mobile phones.

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YourHubby
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Diseases and viruses in our lives

Diseases and viruses are all around us and we will always live with them. It is ok. I think that it is important to stay calm in all the situations or else you turn in to a germaphobe. Then your life will turn in to a hell. because what is Germaphobia? It is a pathological fear of contamination and germs. The term was coined by Dr. William Alexander Hammond in 1879 when describing a case of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) exhibited in repeatedly washing one's hands. Germaphobia has long been related to the OCD of constantly washing one's hands. Be careful with it!

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Barboro
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Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:03
Diseases and viruses in our lives

You know i have also heard about this virus andi definitely agree with you that it is terrible disease and it is better to avoid it. i dont know how it could appear, i have read lots of the information and there is not a definite answer.
but i think that every has to do everything possible to prevent himself from it. now it is not very popular and there arent so many people ill with it, so that's why i dont care about catching it. but still there are many others which can be extremely dangerous.

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Barboro
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 07/12/2016 - 10:03
Diseases and viruses in our lives

Well,thes days you have to be very careful about that type of stuff-every year there are couple of new ones,tey change and evolve all the time,so much we can't get them.Now that period is almost gone,but for 2-3 more weeks,I guess,we still have to be very careful.especially,when it comes to our children-cause they are the weakest ones,they contact with other children in kindergartens and schools.And not all the parents are aware of it or paying enough attention to this question-that's why we have to watch over our kids on the maximum level.

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Pol
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Diseases and viruses in our lives

Avoid transition of diseases into a chronic form, so long as violations in the work of organs lead to constant stress and low immunity. Do not take medication without a good reason and the advice of a doctor.This applies not only to immunostimulatory drugs. :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: Almost all pharmaceutical drugs, one way or another, affect the immune system. Therefore, previously acquired immunity is powerless against the changing pathogens of colds, which means that during the life of the person can be the same diagnoses. :S :S :S :S

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Valeos
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Diseases and viruses in our lives

Hello everyone, guys. In fact, as they say, the danger is behind every corner! Microbes, viruses, diseases, they are everywhere. That phone, for example, has so many germs, and some of them can infect you. We wash our hands with soap, coming from the street, but no phones! The best way is not to get infected and not to get bogged down, this will strengthen your immunity and then it will resist all diseases. Tempering, eating more raw fruits and vegetables, we are engaged in sports and we are in the open air, and not in places where people gather!

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