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THAILAND-ELEPHANT/
RTX2XLOJ
January 05, 2017
Five-month-old baby elephant Fah Jam swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation...
Pattaya, Thailand
A baby elephant swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a rehabilitation process to heal her...
Five-month-old baby elephant Fah Jam swims during a hydrotherapy treatment as part of a lengthy rehabilitation process to heal her injured front left foot at a rehabilitation center in Pattaya, Thailand January 5, 2017. The baby elephant was injured at three months old when she got stuck in an animal snare put up by villagers to prevent elephant intrusions in Chanthaburi province. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HUNGARY-BATHS/
RTSIO5J
July 19, 2016
A man gets hydrotherapy at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo...
Budapest, Hungary
The Wider Image: Taking the waters in Budapest
A man gets hydrotherapy at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 23, 2016. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo SEARCH "BATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEXW
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY RELIGION)
LEISURE-AUSTRIA/NUNS
RTR3LEWM
April 15, 2014
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11,...
MARIENKRON, Austria
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron
Sister Elisabeth provides a Kneipp hydrotherapy to a guest at the abbey retreat in Marienkron April 11, 2014. The abbey retreat, founded by German nuns who came to pray for the souls on the other side of the Iron Curtain in 1955, caters mainly for older customers who come to relieve their mobility problems or aches and pains with Kneipp hydrotherapy. Since opening to the public in 1969, Marienkron has expanded its range of activities to include massage, pilates and even Qigong, but at its heart it remains a spiritual oasis designed to revive body and soul through healthy living and prayer. Picture taken April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION SOCIETY)
COSTARICA/
RTR2S21F
September 30, 2011
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense...
San Jose, Costa Rica
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool in San Jose
An elderly woman undergoes therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense in San Jose September 27, 2011. According to the National Council for the Elderly (Conapan), adults aged 60 and up comprise 9.5 percent of the total population of almost 5 million inhabitants and it is estimated that in the next five years the adult population will grow by 15 percent. The authorities indicate that the Costa Rican population faces an aging problem because of the process of demographic and socioeconomic shifts as well as rapid development of science and technology. According to the U.N.. the world population will reach seven billion this year, making the population almost quarter what it was in 1960. Picture taken September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
COSTARICA/
RTR2S21B
September 30, 2011
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool in San Jose
Elderly people undergo therapy in a pool on the premises of the Gerontological Association Costarricense in San Jose September 27, 2011. According to the National Council for the Elderly (Conapan), adults aged 60 and up comprise 9.5 percent of the total population of almost 5 million inhabitants and it is estimated that in the next five years the adult population will grow by 15 percent. The authorities indicate that the Costa Rican population faces an aging problem because of the process of demographic and socioeconomic shifts as well as rapid development of science and technology. According to the UN the World Population will reach seven billion this year, making the population almost quarter what it was in 1960. Picture taken September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SOCIETY)
Health
Health
Portugal Fights Asthma with Roman-like Spa - 20 Feb 2008
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PORTUGAL-BATHS/
RTR1XC1C
February 20, 2008
Patients stretch during a Treatment bath session in the indoor swimming pool, at Queen Amelia's thermal...
SAO PEDRO DO SUL, Portugal
Patients stretch during a Treatment bath session at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex in Sao Pedro...
Patients stretch during a Treatment bath session in the indoor swimming pool, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex in Sao Pedro do Sul, northern Portugal February 3, 2008. The thermal baths of Sao Pedro do Sul don't have the luxuries of a modern-day spa, but those who take the 2,000-year-old Roman treatments here say they are a balm for all manner of ailments. Picture taken February 3, 2008. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL-BATHS/
RTR1XC0Y
February 20, 2008
A man waits for his Treatment bath session at the indoor swimming pool, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath...
SAO PEDRO DO SUL, Portugal
A man waits for his Treatment bath session at the indoor swimming pool, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath...
A man waits for his Treatment bath session at the indoor swimming pool, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex, in Sao Pedro do Sul, northern Portugal February 4, 2008. - The thermal baths of Sao Pedro do Sul don't have the luxuries of a modern-day spa, but those who take the 2,000-year-old Roman treatments here say they are a balm for all manner of ailments. Picture taken February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL-BATHS/
RTR1XC08
February 20, 2008
Men stretch during a Treatment bath session, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex, in Sao Pedro do...
SAO PEDRO DO SUL, Portugal
Men stretch during a Treatment bath session, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex, in Sao Pedro do...
Men stretch during a Treatment bath session, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex, in Sao Pedro do Sul, northern Portugal February 3, 2008. - The thermal baths of Sao Pedro do Sul don't have the luxuries of a modern-day spa, but those who take the 2,000-year-old Roman treatments here say they are a balm for all manner of ailments. Picture taken February 3, 2008. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL-BATHS/
RTR1XC03
February 20, 2008
A patient receives treatment on her spinal column during a Partial Vapour column session, at Queen Amelia's...
SAO PEDRO DO SUL, Portugal
A patient receives treatment on her spinal column during a Partial Vapour column session, at Queen Amelia's...
A patient receives treatment on her spinal column during a Partial Vapour column session, at Queen Amelia's thermal bath complex in Sao Pedro do Sul, notthern Portugal, February 3, 2008.The thermal baths of Sao Pedro do Sul don't have the luxuries of a modern-day spa, but those who take the 2,000-year-old Roman treatments here say they are a balm for all manner of ailments. Picture taken February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL/
RTX2CB7
November 17, 2007
Alberto Tome, who was involved in a road accident, walks across a swimming pool with help of his physiotherapist...
Lisbon, Portugal
Man involved in a road accident walks across a swimming pool with help of his physiotherapist at the...
Alberto Tome, who was involved in a road accident, walks across a swimming pool with help of his physiotherapist Joana Batista (R) during a hydrotherapy session at the Alcoitao Rehabilitation Centre, near Lisbon, November 17, 2007. Portugal, which has one of the highest rates of severe road accidents in Western Europe, will celebrate the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL/
RTX2C1D
November 17, 2007
Paulo Costa, who was involved in a road accident, participates in trunk mobilisation exercises to relieve...
Lisbon, Portugal
Man involved in road accident,carries out trunk mobilisation exercises to relieve muscular tension at...
Paulo Costa, who was involved in a road accident, participates in trunk mobilisation exercises to relieve muscular tension, helped by his physiotherapist Ines Braga (L), during a hydrotherapy session in a swimming pool at the Alcoitao Rehabilitation Centre, near Lisbon, November 17, 2007. Portugal, which has one of the highest rates of severe road accidents in Western Europe, will celebrate the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
PORTUGAL/
RTX2BXO
November 17, 2007
Alberto Tome, who was involved in a road accident, uses a body elevator to exit a swimming pool after...
Lisbon, Portugal
Man involved in a road accident uses a body elevator to exit a swimming pool after a hydrotherapy session...
Alberto Tome, who was involved in a road accident, uses a body elevator to exit a swimming pool after a hydrotherapy session at the Alcoitao Rehabilitation Centre, near Lisbon, November 17, 2007. Portugal, which has one of the highest rates of severe road accidents in Western Europe, will celebrate the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims on Sunday. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (PORTUGAL)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/GIRL
RTR1T7LL
August 29, 2007
Maria Amin, who turns six on Thursday, undergoes a session of hydrotherapy in a rehabilitation hospital...
Jerusalem, Israel
Maria Amin undergoes a session of hydrotherapy in Jerusalem
Maria Amin, who turns six on Thursday, undergoes a session of hydrotherapy in a rehabilitation hospital in Jerusalem August 29, 2007. An Israeli rehabilitation centre is defying an order from the Defense Ministry to transfer Maria, who was paralysed from the neck down after Israeli attack on militants in Gaza in May last year, to a Palestinian hospital in the West Bank. She had been travelling in a vehicle with her mother, grandmother and older brother, who were killed.
REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (JERUSALEM)
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/GIRL
RTR1T7L3
August 29, 2007
Hydrotherapist Abbe Gindin (C) holds Maria Amin during a therapy session at a rehabilitation hospital...
Jerusalem, Israel
Hydrotherapist holds Maria Amin during a therapy session in Jerusalem
Hydrotherapist Abbe Gindin (C) holds Maria Amin during a therapy session at a rehabilitation hospital in Jerusalem August 29, 2007. An Israeli rehabilitation centre is defying an order from the Defense Ministry to transfer Maria, who was paralysed from the neck down after Israeli attack on militants in Gaza in May last year, to a Palestinian hospital in the West Bank. She had been travelling in a vehicle with her mother, grandmother and older brother, who were killed.
REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (JERUSALEM)
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