A few natural supplement images I found:
Image from page 14 of “Health in home and town” (1912)
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Title: Health in home and town
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Brown, Bertha Millard, b. 1870
Subjects: Sanitation, Household Public health
Publisher: Boston, D.C. Heath
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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t to keep healthful conditions whenmore than two persons use the same sleeping-room. Convenient Homes. — In cities and towns manymodern conveniences are now considered necessary.The house must be lighted by gas or electricity. Thegas-range must take the place of, or supplement, thekitchen-range. Running hot and cold water are avail-able ail over the house. The speaking tubes andelectric bells save many steps for the housekeeper.Laundry-tubs and basins as well as a complete drainagesystem lighten much of the work. The house is keptcomfortably warm both day and night, and is furnishedwith a continuous and abundant supply of fresh air.The telephone makes it possible to call the butcher, thegrocer, the laundry-man, or any other tradesman with-out leaving the house. THE HEALTHFUL HOME 3 Dangers of the Modern Home. —: The up-to-datedwelling equipped with gas, water, drains, and heatmust be kept in repair. Otherwise, these very conve-niences may serve only as a menace to health. Escaping
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A Healthful Home where Sunshine and Fresh Air are Abundant gas, dripping water, open drains, coal gas, and foul airhave injured the health of many unsuspecting persons.Because a leak is unnoticed and unrepaired is no proofthat it will do no harm. The Beautiful Home. — We have come to recognizethat attractive and beautiful homes make for health.The green lawn, the flowering shrubs, and the beautifulgarden form the most natural setting for a home. Treesplanted along the street or at some distance from the 4 HEALTH IN HOME AND TOWN house lessen the intense heat of summer. From thefirst, a generous plan should be made for the finishing,decorating, and furnishing of the home. When addi-tions are needed, from time to time, they should be inharmony with this plan. All the members of the familyshould take a pride in making the home attractive andbeautiful as well as hygienic. Importance of the Home. — The home is the essen-tial feature of all civilized life. It has the greatest in-fluencehealthinhometow00brow
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Tonle Sap Lake K – Chong Kneas the floating village 02
Image by Daniel Mennerich
Tonlé Sap (literally large river (tonle); fresh, not salty (sap), commonly translated to "Great Lake") refers to a seasonally inundated freshwater lake, the Tonlé Sap Lake and an attached river, the 120 km (75 mi) long Tonlé Sap River, that connects the lake to the Mekong.
They form the central part of a complex hydrological system, situated in the 12,876 km2 (4,971 sq mi) Cambodian floodplain covered with a mosaic of natural and agricultural habitats that the Mekong replenishes with water and sediments annually. The central plain formation is the result of millions of years of Mekong alluvial deposition and discharge. From a geological perspective, the Tonlé Sap Lake and Tonlé Sap River are a current freeze-frame representation of the slowly, but ever shifting Lower Mekong Basin. Annual fluctuation of the Mekong’s water volume, supplemented by the Asian Monsoon regime causes the unique flow reversal of the Tonle Sap River.
The Tonlé Sap Lake occupies a geological depression (the lowest lying area) of the vast alluvial and lacustrine floodplain in the Lower Mekong Basin, which had been induced by the collision of the Indian Plate with the Eurasian Plate. The lake’s size, length and water volume varies considerably over the course of a year from an area of around 2,500 km2 (965 sq mi), a volume of 1 km3 (0 cu mi) and a length of 160 km (99 mi) at the end of the dry season in late April to an area of up to 16,000 km2 (6,178 sq mi), a volume of 80 km3 (19 cu mi) and a length of 250 km (160 mi) as the Mekong maximum and the peak of the South-West monsoon’s precipitation culminate in September and early October.
As one of the world’s most varied and productive ecosystems the region has always been of central importance for Cambodia’s food provision. It proved capable to maintain the Angkorean civilization, the largest pre-industrial settlement complex in world history. Either directly or indirectly it affects the livelihood of large numbers of a predominantly rural population to this day. With regards to a growing and migrating population, ineffective administration and widespread indifference towards environmental issues the lake and its surrounding ecosystem is coming under increasing pressure from over-exploitation and habitat degradation, fragmentation and loss. All Mekong riparian states have either announced or already implemented plans to increasingly exploit the river’s hydroelectric potential. A succession of international facilities that dam the river’s mainstream is likely to be the gravest danger yet for the entire Tonle Sap eco-region.
The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, that contains an exceptional large variety of interconnected eco-regions with a high degree of biodiversity is a biodiversity hotspot and was designated as a UNESCO biosphere reserve in 1997.
Alphorn in Westside II
Image by haslo
An Alphorn "is a labrophone, consisting of a wooden natural horn of conical bore, having a wooden cup-shaped mouthpiece, used by mountain dwellers", as Wikipedia so aptly describes.
Well, the sounds here were not so traditional at all and very aetherical and mystical. This particular Alphorn was played by Mike Maurer, who was supported by Jan Trösch on his guitar. Their performance was perfectly supplemented by the modern and irregular architecture of the shopping center.
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