To live a healthy life one should engage in numerous activities such as doing different kinds of sports
(stay active - most actively seek out how to enjoy life)

Provide the body with adequate amounts of vitamins
have healthy diet
(eat lots of vegetables, fruits
and food containing natural ingredients)

Thanks to a healthy lifestyle

* we can protect the body against various viruses
* The human body becomes stronger
* Everyday activities do not become a problem

Main types of vitamins good for human body:

Vitamin A (also known as 'vitamin of growth')
 * Vitamin C (strengthens and tones blood vessels)
 * Vitamin E (known as 'youth vitamin')
 * Vitamin B (known as thiamine)
 * Folic Acid - Vitamin B group
Most vitamins can be found
in such products as:

1. Vegetables
 3. Fish
 4.Oat Bran
 5. Nuts, pistachios
Medicine - covers all the knowledge
connected with health and human diseases and ways to prevent them
The basic science of medicine

* Anatomy, we can divide it into animal , plant and human anatomy
* Biochemistry is the science dealing with the chemistry of living organisms
* Biophysics is a branch of science joining up physics and biology
* Biology is a branch of medical science on joining up biology and some aspects of medicine
* Developmental biology is the science dealing with the embryonic development of plants and animals
* Physiology is the study of the mechanism governing the conduct of vital organisms
* Histology is the study of structure and function of tissues
Natural Medicine

Herbal medicines are much better absorbed by the
body than synthetic ones.

Natural medicine can treat

* neurosis
*  Hemorrhoids
 * Prostate
And many other types of disease

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The vaccine - is one of the most effective methods
of protection against dangerous infectious diseases
Each vaccine is introduced into the healthy body of a human.
The types of vaccines are: viral, bacterial, mixed.
Mandatory (free) vaccinations for children in Poland:

* Mumps (13 -14 month olds)
 * Measles (13 - 14 month olds)
 * Rubella (13 - 14 month old
* Tuberculosis (7 year olds)
Other - recommended Vaccinations:

* chickenpox

* cervical cancer

* tuberculosis,

* diphtheria,

* pertussis,

* poliomyelitis (polio),

* measles,

* mumps,

* rubella,

* tetanus,

* hepatitis B (hepatitis B)

* against invasive Hib disease.

Vaccines can be administered:
 * orally
* intramuscularly
* nasally
* subcutaneously
a transfer of human organs to another human body.
The grafts help the sick ones and let them avoid death as the result of their sickness.
The graft is also conditioned on blood group, age and body weight of the doner and the recipient.
In the case of organ tissue, it is important that the two people were similar considering the mentioned factors.
The greater the difference between people, the greater is the
possibility that the transplant will be rejected.
What can be transplanted: :
the heart, kidneys, pancreas, bone marrow, cornea, artery,
lung, intestines, skin, liver

Created by : Daria G.

Source :

1. http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szczepionka

2. http://www.szczepienia.pl/kalendarz_szczepien/Kalendarz.aspx

3. http://www.szczepienia.pl/O_szczepieniach_i_szczepionkach/



4. http://www.poradnikzdrowie.pl/zdrowie/zdrowie-rodziny/wszystko-o-przeszczepach_33640.html

6. http : //www.dobreszczepionki.pl/opis_szczepionek.html

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