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Q. Is the dead sea really worth the flight all the way to Israel for psoriasis treatment? I've been hearing from lots of people about it lately. They say the mud and the salt there is a better treatment than anything else. Is that true?

A. The treatment in the dead sea is very very good and recommended for psoriatic patients, if other treatments don't help. It is not the mud and minerals that do the effect, it is mostly the phototherapy- meaning the high exposure to sun, that in your case is very helpful. It is also the stress relief of going on vacation for a few weeks that is known to cause improvement. I think it is worth the money - you are treating your body and soul at the same time.

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In turn, he commanded the Grand Fleet to put to sea.
Ships of Russia's Caspian Flotilla - the Dagestan guard ship and the Grad Sviyazhsk small missile ship - left the port of Makhachkala on Wednesday and put to sea for carrying out their tasks, ITAR-TASS reports Wednesday.
Built in the UK, the warship will be formerly put to sea at a ceremony from the Fife's Rosyth dockyard sometime today.
She put to sea again for sea trials on June 11, 1956.
HERO OF WEEK OUR fishermen and sailors who put to sea for the benefit of the rest of us.
Emirates will serve Lisbon with a modern Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, a far cry from more than 500 years ago when Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama put to sea in search of a passage to India.
The official said the four had put to sea on May 30 in a mechanized fishing boat which capsized in mid-sea on June one due to strong gales.
The 56-meter-long boat with a capacity to carry 10 passengers has been put to sea in the resort town of Bodrum in the Aegean province of Mugla.
Among the best here are the courtly dance of Palace Of Versailles, and the poignant tale of Old Admirals, the forgotten mariners who never put to sea.
inspectors in the ports of our trading partners around the world would invite them to do the same, leading to oceans of red tape before any vessel could put to sea.