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Since last January, a fake news has been circulating on the web (which, like all fake news, derives its strength from the fact that it colludes with a more or less conscious desire or belief of those who carve it out and embrace it) that a nice hot bath can be a viable alternative to moderate physical activity, such as a jog.

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