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Kneeling Ergonomic Chair - A Completely Different Working Chair

22nd September 2010
Doesn't your back or bottom hurt from sitting on a hard stiff chair at the office all day? You may substitute a hard and uncomfortable office chair with a kneeling ergonomic chair. It's a fantastic alternative to the traditional chair and takes strain off... Read >
Author: melly

Herniated Disc - Self Diagnosis and Natural Treatment

08th July 2010
Amazingly, lower back pain is one of the top reasons for work absence. If you suffer with lower back pain it is a good idea to educate yourself on the many causes and options for treatment. With this knowledge you have a better chance of alleviating the p... Read >
Author: Richard Parry

Origins of Excess Facial Sweat

03rd June 2010
There are certain procedures persons with this condition can consider as a means to alleviate and control their hyperhidrosis, but let ensure that artificial treatments are a last resort. Most times these procedures may control your sweating too much that... Read >
Author: Mark Montel

Health Benefits of Sea Foods

03rd June 2010
Seafood lovers would surely feel happy to learn that they can get a lot of benefits from eating sea foods. From tuna to oysters, all of these sea foods contain lots of vitamins and minerals that strengthen our body and are especially good for the heart. ... Read >
Author: John Stason

Spinal Cord Surgery in India at Affordable Cost, Spine Surgeons Hospital India,

21st May 2010
Spinal Cord Surgery Overview A spinal cord stimulator, also called a dorsal column stimulator, is an implanted electronic device used to help treat chronic pain. They have been used for over 30 years. The device delivers a low level electrical cur... Read >
Author: Wecare Health Services

Incontinence Dogs Causes

14th April 2010
Sifting through the possible Incontinence dogs causes is a task that will face the majority of pet owners at least once in their lifetime. For many it will be an emotional time, fearing age related dementia or some other type of incurable illness which wi... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

What Type of Electric Shock Burn Injury Treatment you Can Get

25th February 2010
It is estimated that between 500 and 1,000 people, more often men, die from electric shock each year in the United States. Many of these injuries occur during work-related accidents. The construction industry, manufacturing industry and the electrician tr... Read >
Author: Law Marketing

Best Back Braces & Supports for a Herniated Disc

16th February 2010
What Is a herniated disc? Some people have back pain because of a herniated disc. You may have this condition if you have had a spinal disc rupture. When a spinal disc ruptures, some of the disc moves outside of its normal boundaries. A spinal disc usuall... Read >
Author: J. Pal

The History And Development Of Memory Foam Mattresses

12th February 2010
Memory foam was originally developed by NASA to incorporate in the aircraft cushioning for space shuttles. After analyzing its qualities it was slowly introduced into sports and medical equipment. It was later discovered how useful it was in mattresses af... Read >
Author: Graham Drage

TYPES OF POISON FOR RATS

01st December 2009
The rats can create a lot of destruction as well as disturbances in the houses and farm lands. The rats can easily destroy all the yields from the farm lands leading to several losses. They can easily destroy all the furniture and electrical appliances. T... Read >
Author: buyscram

Advice on how to get rid of back pain after pregnancy

26th October 2009
Back pain after pregnancy is very common and it's estimated that over 50% of women suffer from back pain during and after pregnancy. Mostly this type of back ache is minor, but in some cases it can be quite severe especially if untreated for over a period... Read >
Author: roberto

To Reduce Comp Claims in Hotels, Alter Room Arrangement and House Keeping Duties

15th October 2009
Historically Housework has not been an activity that is considered backbreaking, but for those who do it 40 hours a week, it can be. Hotel housekeepers are at great risk for spinal cord injuries. This type of injury is one of the most expensive types o... Read >
Author: domaingamer

Can an Inch make that much difference in your Height?

06th October 2009
Would it make a difference in your life if you were one inch taller? Many people do not feel that they are as tall as they should be. Many women wear high heel shoes that have three or four inch heels in order to appear taller. Wearing such high heels put... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

The Effects of Physiotherapy on Neurological Conditions

30th September 2009
Neurological conditions may be very severe. They can be life-threatening at times, and they can certainly affect the quality of the patient's life. There are many neurological conditions and physiotherapy can help many of them. Alzheimer's disease tak... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Radiotherapy Treatment In India Cost All Inclusive Medical Packages

24th September 2009
Radiotherapy In India Radiotherapy is the use of radiation to treat cancer. The radiotherapy is targeted at the part of your body where the cancer has been found. Your care will be adapted to meet your individual needs and may differ from what is descr... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia
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