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You Are Out of the High Risk Period at 13 Weeks Pregnant

11th November 2008
When you reach the stage when you are 13 weeks pregnant, you are just into your second trimester. The first trimester is the riskiest stage, so after this point you can start to relax a little and not think that every little ache and pain is a sign of tro... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

The Development of the Fetus When You are 16 Weeks Pregnant

11th November 2008
Most mothers to be want to know about how the baby is developing during each week of the pregnancy. At 16 weeks pregnant, your baby is only about the size of an avocado. At this point the fetus is only about 5 inches long and weighs only about 3 ounces, e... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

What to Expect When You're 30 Weeks Pregnant

17th July 2008
Now that you're 30 weeks pregnant, your belly is much bigger than it once was. It may actually be getting in your way when you want to sit down or look at the floor. The extra size may also make it more difficult for you to get up from the sofa and you ma... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Injuries that a car accident can cause – symptoms and recovery for Whiplash

15th May 2008
Car accidents may sometimes result in more injuries than scratches here and there or even broken bones. In many auto injury cases, car accidents cause injuries which tear ligaments and muscles apart from bones. How exactly do you find out about these inju... Read >
Author: Remy

How deep should you squat?

28th March 2008
This is a debate that has raged among fitness professionals and keen gym goers for many years. Now a number of people will tell you that if you don't go below parallel then you're not squatting correctly. Here's where I have a problem with that advi... Read >
Author: AlexPoole

Upper Back Pain - Causes of Upper Back Pain

28th February 2008
Although upper back pain is not a very common spinal disorder, it can cause significant discomfort and pain when it does occur. The most common causes of upper back pain are muscular irritation (myofascial pain) and joint dysfunction. Back problems ... Read >
Author: Peter sams

Acupuncture Alarm Points

26th April 2007
Acupuncture is about the manipulation of energy points. Acupuncture alarm points are the most powerful areas that can be addressed. Acupuncture Alarm Points Each one of the 12 major Meridians of the body has one special acupuncture point. This point... Read >
Author: Alien

Back Ache Early Pregnancy Symptom: Why Does It Occur, How To Get Rid Of It

19th April 2007
Backaches During Pregnancy One of the most common symptoms of pregnancy is a backache.  Of course, it's easy to understand an aching back when a woman is 8 months pregnant and has gained a lot of weight, but most people are surprised to find out tha... Read >
Author: Alien

Early Pregnancy Symptom Cramping: What Do They Foretell?

18th April 2007
Congratulations on your pregnancy! You may have noticed that you have had some cramping after discovering that you are indeed expecting. You should know that some mild to moderate cramping in early pregnancy is perfectly normal. Particularly during a firs... Read >
Author: Alien

What Are The Most Effective Breast Firming Methods?

13th February 2007
Each and every organ of our body is prone to daily wear and tear. Therefore, we should take proper care of our body organs. Breasts are like any other part of our body, and therefore prone to wear and tear, toxins and other related problems.Breasts lose t... Read >
Author: Dr.Anna Hardy

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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