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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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A statement from the police said: "The 54-year-old man, from Blackpool, was taken to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital shortly after 6pm after collapsing in the sauna. His condition is described as critical.
There was no difference in the average of maximal torque and total work during induction exercises between the control and the sauna groups.
Morey-Serra is also charged with running New Town sauna since 2006 with Ivan Cameron, 70, and Susannah Clare Morey, 37.
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The 50-year-old actress has opened up about her 'self-care' and she revealed that she has a passion for joining Courteney in infrared saunas.
Hotsuit has continued in their pursuit of disrupting the sports fashion industry with the launch of the unique tech fashion sauna sweatsuit.
Standing on the street in front of the sauna, the shooter reportedly fired a single shot from a distance of about six meters.
A few minutes after entering the sauna, known as "bastu" in Sweden, the off-duty policeman realized the man sitting beside him in the crowded room was a drug offender who was on a run after being sentenced to jail.
Between four and seven sauna visits a week gives the best benefits, a study published in journal BMC Medicine suggests.