Occlusion Training – Training With Limited Venous Flow

Usually in the purpose of hypertrophy, a minimal load of 65% 1RM and the repetition number 8-12 is recommended. Occlusion training (OT) is an interesting concept that under certain conditions allows similar results by doing a training with significantly lower intensity. Occlusion in this context means closing, or limiting the…

Infectious Mononucleosis

Infectious mononucleosis is an infectious disease caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) in 90% of cases, while the remaining 10% is caused by cytomegalovirus (CMV). When children are infected with the virus, the infection usually resolves without symptoms. In adults, 25-75% will develop symptoms of the disease for which the…

Sun Allergy

Sun allergy is a condition in which the sun causes skin reaction. For most people, symptoms include itching and red rash in areas that were exposed to the sun. Severe allergy to the sun can cause skin rashes, blisters or other symptoms. There are several types of sun allergies such…

Inflammation of the Appendix-Appendicitis Ac.

Acute inflammation of appendix occurs at the moment of plugging the lumen of the appendix with faecoliths (food and paste contents in the intestine), which then leads to inflammation. The appendix is a small, finger-like outgrowth rudimentary in the beginning of the large intestine, which is located on the lower…
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