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sauna

A steam bath, of Finnish origin, in which steam is produced by spraying water on very hot stones; in some modern units, heated surfaces other than stone are used.
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Clearlight Infrared, makers of Jacuzzi[R] infrared saunas, offer two distinct lines, including the Sanctuary[TM] Full Spectrum and Premier[TM] Far Infrared Sauna models.
This invention makes High Tech Health infrared saunas one of the lowest EMF electrical products in the home, added the comapny.
One of the most popular saunas, however, is of course, the Jarva-Jaani Old Equipment Shelter's fire-truck sauna--one of the most legendary mobile saunas in Estonia --every Estonian has to see it once in his or her lifetime.
The men also completed questionnaires about the frequency, duration, and temperature of their sauna bathing during a typical week.
Originating in Finland, saunas are an integral part of the Finnish culture.
El trabajo consta de dos partes: la primera es una descripcion del edificio, sus dependencias, materiales encontrados y elementos de datacion; la segunda es una valoracion funcional y cultural que integra la exposicion precedente en el contexto de las saunas conocidas.
Kelly-Ann Potter and Peter and Jane Donoghue have been charged with running Paradise Sauna since 2009.
CHICAGO -- Frequent sauna baths may help you live longer, a study of Finnish men suggests.
Temperature: Saunas were 174 degrees Fahrenheit, on average, for frequent users.
Embassy in Tallinn in the 5th annual European Sauna Marathon in Estonia's "Winter Capital" of Otepaa, Feb.