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It's safe. Per both the Japan Radiation Map and Safecast, radiation levels in Hokkaido are safe (green) at less than 0.05 microSieverts (μSv) per hour, or 1.2 μSv/day. For comparison, if you live in a brick or concrete house you get a dose of about 70 μSv/year, and if you spend 14 hours on a plane, you will get a dose of around 100 μSv from atmospheric ...


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Public system Any nurse can do that also in Portugal. Going to a "centro de saúde" is a good choice. These are part of the national health system. In principle you don't need an appointment. Just go there and explain the reason. That is so fast and simple that they may solve it immediately. Be prepared and take some "patience" with you though. The system ...


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Alternatively, you could just do it yourself: http://www.wikihow.com/Remove-Stitches I probably would for 2 stitches.


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This is a common problem, especially if you have a flu and your nose is clogged. What usually does the trick for me is: yawning. luckily flights make me tired in some way gulping. chewing gum and a bottle of water will be helpful. A quick google for "ear pressure relief" adds to the list: "Inhale, and then gently exhale while holding the nostrils ...


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Yes Source : I live in Delhi (plenty of mosquitoes here) and have seen this happening my self.


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This is a common problem, especially if you have a flu and your nose is clogged. What usually does the trick for me is: yawning. luckily flights make me tired in some way gulping. chewing gum and a bottle of water will be helpful. A quick google for "ear pressure relief" adds to the list: "Inhale, and then gently exhale while holding the nostrils ...


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For a very short period after my family moved back from the UK to my home country, and while my grandmother was still alive, we used to spend time at her (my father's ancestral) home, which until we refitted it, still used a squatting toilet. Being a bit on the chubby side and totally unprepared from such a thing in general, I found great trouble using them ...


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National Institute of Public Health of Slovenia (NIJZ) suggests you can get vaccinated in an outpatient clinic in Ljubljana. Here is their information: Address: Zaloška 29, 1000 Ljubljana Phone: 00 386 1 58 639 00 They are open from Monday to Friday, 08:00 - 12:00 (local time, 24h format). You will need an appointment, which you can get via phone ...


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The best way is to have a chewing gum. You can also block your nostrils, close your mouth and push the air through your ear conduits. If you have a cold, it might get worse. There are some medicines available to take before the flight.



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