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An Introduction to REM Sleep and the Other 4 Stages of Sleep

04th January 2012
Throughout the night while we're sleeping, our bodies go through 5 stages of sleep - stages one through four, called non-REM sleep and the last stage called REM sleep. REM stands for rapid eye movement and it refers to the rapid action of our eyes during... Read >
Author: Reese Richards

Medical Supply- Equipments for Immobile Patients

24th May 2011
Being able to move is definitely a big comfort for anyone. Needless to say, everyone prefer to move extensively and then move within one location to yet another with no issues. Sad to say, there will be those that suffer from immobility brought on by inci... Read >
Author: Richard McWhilly

Preventive Measures to Avoid Knee Pain

06th December 2010
Over time, most of our bones, joints and muscular tissues will be subjected to wear and tear which would make these organs less efficient in its function and also a lot more susceptible to damage. Therefore, it is very important to cater to these effects ... Read >
Author: Angel Rymes

Claiming Compensation for a Hip Injury

23rd November 2010
Though the hip is one of the most robust parts of the body, due to its ball and socket structure, any injury in this area will invariably be extremely painful, restrictive and may result in long-term complications. Over a quarter of a million hip injuries... Read >
Author: Ansel Perry

Bed Sores - The Raw Facts

22nd September 2010
Bed Sores - The Raw Facts Bed sores are ulcers with different possible degrees of severity, appearing on human bodies. Decubitus ulcers by nature, these are also often referred to as bed sores. The severity of such a sore can range between a mild pink ... Read >
Author: lewisrl205

Medical Idiot's Guide To Zombies And Zombification

25th January 2010
The process of zombification has long been the source of many horror stories. Everything from George Romero's "Living Dead" movies to horror master H. P. Lovecraft's "Herbert West: Reanimator" have put their own twist on the "zombie" theme. However, most ... Read >
Author: Emilio Maldonado

How to Prevent Hip Dysplasia in Dogs, A Common Health Issue

04th December 2009
What is Hip Dysplasia? One of the most common health problems that affect dogs is known as "Hip Dysplasia." Found in many different breeds with different levels of commonality, hip dysplasia can cause your dogs a great deal of pain, due to poor positio... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

When Gout Inflammation Won’t Go Away - What You Should Know

19th May 2009
Gout inflammation occurs when the immunity system recognizes the crystalline uric acids as foreign bodies to be attacked. Different people have different ways of experiencing inflammation discomfort. While some may experience gout pain by intermittent... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Play Therapy For Cerebral Palsy

13th August 2008
The game is an essential activity for all children. This is where the real learning begins. Because some children with cerebral palsy are more limited in their physical capacity, it may not be easy for them to engage in spontaneous play, so be prepared to... Read >
Author: May Sira
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