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Health Problems in a Havanese

13th May 2011
Known as the national dog of Cuba, the Havanese is a small and sturdy dog with a generally good and healthy disposition. As a breed that stood the test of time, Havanese dogs have evolved from pampered lap-dogs of the aristocracy to a reliable family comp... Read >
Author: Lea Mullins

Interesting Facts About Titanium

03rd May 2011
Titanium is known for its strength as well as its luster. This element is one that is naturally occurring on this planet and scientists are convinced you would find it on other "Class M" planets. The mining process is such that its makes it one of the mos... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

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

Hip Dislocation In Older Dogs

30th September 2010
Hip dislocation is common in older dogs and can affect overall dog health. Hip dislocation basically stands for the separation of femoral head from pelvic acetabulum. The medical term for hip dislocation is called hip luxation. Hip dislocation is commo... Read >
Author: Mark pet lover Stimpson

Excel Software Ships WinA&D 6.1 for Software Design

19th May 2010
Excel Software began shipping WinA&D 6.1 for system models with simulation, requirements management, software design, code generation and scriptable reports. The new software has major enhancements to support UML 2.2, data flow diagrams, scriptable report... Read >
Author: Harold Halbleib

Hip Bone Problems and Treatment

16th March 2010
Your hip is one of the major joints of your body where your thigh bone meets your pelvis bone. The hips are also known as ball-and-socket joints and that's because the ball-like top of your thigh bone moves within a cup-like space in your pelvis. In fact,... Read >
Author: Amit Kothiyal

Shoulder Impingement Exercises Can Strengthen and Heal Your Shoulders

04th January 2010
Exercise is probably the last thing on your mind if you have a shoulder impingement but surprisingly the right type of exercise can help to sort out the problem and bring back full pain free movement. The important thing is when you do them. It is impo... Read >
Author: Peter English

TMJ Solution - Is Your Posture to Blame

10th August 2009
TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. Disorders of this joint are often referred to simply as TMJ. It is a simple acronym for a complex, hard to treat health problem. If you have a TMJ disorder you know just how agonizing it can be. The TMJ joint is ... Read >
Author: Candy

TMJ Solution - Can TMJ Cause Arthritis?

09th July 2009
TMJ or temporomandibular joint is located right in front of the ears, right on the spot where the lower jaw and upper jaw meet. Open your mouth and feel the ball and socket joints in front of your ears. Close your mouth. The bones that are moving there ar... Read >
Author: Candy

Shoulder Exercises for Joint Stability

10th June 2007
Exercising the shoulder joint involves not just one, but 3 complex joints, therby increasing the risk of overuse injuries to the shoulder girdle. ? The sternoclavicular joint is the only place that the upper extremity is actually attached to the rest o... Read >
Author: Jennifer

Prevention of Shoulder Insuries Associated with Swimming

26th November 2006
Swimming is a sport enjoyed by athletes of all ages. Although it is not commonly associated with a high risk of injury, swimming does have its own problems. For swimmers, the biggest source of sidelining injuries is the shoulder. While there may be a numb... Read >
Author: Kurtis Keller
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