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Treating Black and Blue Toenails from Running

31st July 2009
Many runners have been surprised to take off their socks after a run to notice that one or more of their toenails is turning black and blue. Many times the bruised toenails can look much worse than they are, but there is actually a simple explanation for ... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

About Relationship-He’s Indifferent to Me…Does He Love Me? /Wall of Indifference

24th July 2009
Indifference has many different faces. We talked about attack of indifference and situation that he doesn't react...Today we'll talk about wall of indifference. Wall of indifference There are people who live surrounded by their defensive fortress called... Read >
Author: Vida Curnutt

Being Kind To Your Nerves or The Saturday Night Palsy

28th June 2009
You may be familiar with the picture, either personally or from a story somebody told you. A young man goes out for the evening, all dressed up and smelling of aftershave. He meets his mates in the pub and has a few beers, starting off the process of into... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How to Keep Your Family Safe From Brain Injury

01st May 2009
Your brain is a valuable thing. You can't drive a car, or even read a book without it. All joking aside, even mild concussions can cause long-term problems, so you should do everything you can to prevent yourself and your loved ones from receiving brain i... Read >
Author: Jerry Work

The Effects That Amputation Has

26th April 2009
It is hard to think of anything worse than the loss of a limb: the lost quality of life; the loss of autonomy; the pain. Smaller limbs get amputated more frequently than bigger ones, with fingers being the most common. It is less common for a person to ha... Read >
Author: rudi oneil

Working at Height Will your safety harness kill you

01st March 2009
Harnesses can become deadly whenever an operative is suspended for durations of over five minutes in an upright posture with the legs relaxed straight beneath the body. After five minutes they are highly likely to be unconscious - but operatives attending... Read >
Author: drew700x

Treatment of Joint Position Sense – Physiotherapy

02nd February 2009
A previous article has identified the importance of joint position sense and here we move on to considering the assessment of a deficit and what the physiotherapist is likely to do about it. The physio will very likely concentrate on the problems the pati... Read >
Author: David Ravech

The Truth About Nose Jobs

22nd January 2009
If you have a bump on your nose or had some previous trauma that has misshaped your nose and are thinking of having a nose job procedure done, then there are three procedures you need to know about. They are opened, closed and non-invasive procedures. I w... Read >
Author: Aaron Almus

Providing Samples for a DNA Paternity Test

17th January 2009
Providing Samples for a DNA Paternity TestMost laboratories prefer buccal swab for paternity testing. A cotton swab that looks very much like a Q-tip is rubbed in the mouth on the inside of the cheek. Loose cells are collected on the swab and they provide... Read >
Author: S-tec Motorsports

The Truth About Rhinoplasty Insurance

17th January 2009
If you're like millions of people out there that have thought about rhinoplasty surgery, then you have discovered that rhinoplasty is not cheap. If you are like most, you would like to save thousands of dollars on your rhinoplasty. Rhinplasty is plastic s... Read >
Author: Aaron Almus

Communication - Why It's Important During a Breakup

16th January 2009
Communication - Why It's Important During a Breakup You may realize that communication is important during a breakup, especially if you're intending to try to get your ex back...but what you may not realize is that it's actually important to ke... Read >
Author: kanetohman

Treatment for Paralysis

03rd December 2008
No one today is unfamiliar of the word "paralysis". Paralysis is the condition where a person loses complete control over a limb or muscle group. Paralysis occurs when your brain doesn't become able to control the movement of a muscle because of some dama... Read >
Author: Rajiv Singh

How to Care for a Kratom Plant

18th November 2008
With ever increasing popularity, the kratom tree has become a unique household plant with an enthusiastic following. Kratom is not only a fast-growing flowering tree, but prefers a tropical environment, rendering it a perfect plant for indoor growth. The ... Read >
Author: bonx

What Is A Hematoma? Your Questions Answered!

01st October 2008
A hematoma is blood that is outside the blood vessels but inside your body. You have seen plenty of hematomas when you fall down and the next day your knees are black and blue, that's a hematoma. In this case, it is blood that you can see beneath your ski... Read >
Author: jdobson

Self Myofascial Release

26th July 2007
Self Myofascial Release (SMFR) is a technique that, when done properly, can return fascia to its original, flexible state. Over time fascia builds up knots, or trigger points due to trauma to the muscle. These knots are basically scar tissue that have bui... Read >
Author: Arnold Schwarz
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