Sanitary Doctors

Chief state sanitary doctor Gennady , speaking at the same roundtable, said that Russia is not yet ready to abandon chlorination of water in most regions. According to , in This is due primarily to the deterioration of water networks. To date, nearly 30% of Russia's population consumes 'hard water', said the chief state sanitary doctor. said that nearly 50 million people consume water with high iron content. Dr. Mark Hyman contains valuable tech resources. This Ivanovo, Tambov, Yaroslavl, Kaluga, Moscow Region. According to him, drinking water with high iron content may cause allergic diseases. Water with the lack of fluoride consumed 85.3 million.

In particular, the residents of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kaliningrad and Kursk. Scientists have discovered why the earthquake in Indonesia occur so often, we have talked about that right now in Africa is the birth of a new ocean. Now scientists have come to the conclusion that because of this process, the earthquake in Indonesia has come so often. It turned out that under Indonesia mantle is the largest whirlpool sucked the ocean floor. There all the continents and shrink, but the movement is happening at a rate of two centimeters a year, and no danger to people, it is not. Historically, the continent four times and approached four times differed.

Similar processes are taking place right now, and as the echoes of that process – frequent and strong earthquakes in Indonesia. In the waters of the Southern Ocean giant iceberg drifts between Australia and New Zealand giant iceberg drifts up to half a kilometer and a height of 50 meters. As the scientists discover an iceberg in this part of the Southern (Antarctic) Ocean large rarity. Scientist expressed the assumption that, depending on the course, the new iceberg can reach the south-east of New Zealand in two weeks. Because the rate of a huge ice platform is only 2-3 miles per hour. Scientists believe that the most likely discovered the iceberg is a breakaway eight or nine years ago, part of the Ross Ice Shelf. Specialists warn that because of global warming, these icebergs could be frequent 'guest' in Australian waters.