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There are lots of different hydrogen peroxide uses for natural body care. Have you heard of some of these? as a tooth paste, mixed with baking soda (disinfectant, very mildly bleaching) (1% to 3%) as a foot bath (1% to 3%) (oxygen supplement, deodorant, disinfectant for viruses and bacteria) added to bath water, to soak in the bathtub! (1/2 to 1 cup of 35% in a tub of water) (oxygen supplement, deodorant, disinfectant) sprayed on skin (oxygen supplement, deodorant, disinfectant) (3%) as an oxygen supplement and disinfectant in drinking water (used in extremely small amounts, very dilute solution ) (oxygen supplement, disinfectant) cleaning ears (disinfectant) (1% to 3%) disinfecting cuts and wounds routine hand washing (spray 3% on your hands after washing, or dip hands into a container of 3%) sanitizing and disinfecting your hands after caring for animals, babies, or other people, or after handling blood, vomit, feces, mold, bacteria, etc.
A new leukemia treatment is wowing even the researchers behind its creation, providing results beyond their wildest expectations. It's virtually eradicated cancerous leukemia cells in the first three patients it's been tested on. In two of the first three patients the process was tested on the treatment completely destroyed the most common type of leukemia, according to MSNBC .
As long as we make efforts to take care of ourselves and live healthy , there is a good chance that our bodies will serve us well for a long time.
Introduction to Molds
A major function of the kidney is conservation of water by increasing the solute concentration in the urine. This is accomplished by the action of about a million nephrons working together with their attached collecting ducts. Although the process is much more complex than pictured here, it helps to understand the underlying concept if we break the process down into its three essential steps.
Reduce your chances of getting a tickborne disease by using repellents, checking for ticks, and showering after being outdoors.
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