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Transform Your Energy With Senior Strength Training

06th January 2013
So you've determined that it's time for you to do something about the condition of the shape you're in in your senior years, as the bones get more brittle and your muscles weaker. Weight training exercise is the ideal means by which you can return to your... Read >
Author: Ron Krayewski

The Benefits of Facial Exercises

05th January 2012
Facial exercises are becoming the front runner when it comes to getting rid of facial wrinkles, lifting sagging skin such as a turkey neck or simply achieving a facelift. The other methods people think of involve needles, surgery, or an exuberant amount o... Read >
Author: Mark Etinger

Informations of Contracture

03rd January 2012
A muscle contracture is a permanent shortening of a muscle or joint. It is usually in response to prolonged hypertonic spasticity in a concentrated muscle area, such as is seen in the tightest muscles of people with conditions like spastic cerebral palsy.... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Why you should be careful with your mouth - paradentosis

04th May 2011
Health is extremely important and every person should keep that in mind. The fact is that almost every person is suffering from at least several things and must be very careful with them. There is no way for you to not face some of the diseases and espec... Read >
Author: shliomfi

Dog can't stand up or walk and having trouble raising

29th May 2010
Limb paralysis is a very common condition in dogs which can occur both in fore leg or hind leg, but more common in hind legs. Various reasons for hind limb paralysis are trauma due to accident or fall from height or fight among animals. Other common cause... Read >
Author: Innovation India

Tubal Ligation Side Effects - Regain Control over Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome

18th December 2009
Do you suffer from post tubal ligation syndrome? What are you doing for your tubal ligation side effects? Maybe those are your questions in that since your tubal ligation your body has not been like it was before having your tubes tied. Now you suffer dif... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

400,000 Compensation Claim for Cut Finger Case Reveals Effect of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

09th April 2009
Newspapers and websites have been heavily publicizing the case of a mechanic who received £400,000 after injuring his hand on a knife left in a police vehicle. The man, Alexander Darg, developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in the seven yea... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Complete Information on Chandler's syndrome

03rd June 2008
Chandler's syndrome (CS) is a rare eye disorder. Chandler's syndrome (CS) is caused herpes. The problem is that the corneal endothelium (which lines the inside of the cornea) grows outward and over the trabecular meshwork. The problem then is that the mes... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Lichen Sclerosus Dermatological Disease

29th May 2008
This is one of the most common diseases dermatologists and gynaecologists treat at the specialised vulval diseases clinics.'Sclerosus' means deep thickening within the skin. `Et atrophicus' means that there can also be thinning of the skin, or atrophy. Th... Read >
Author: skinxpert

The Dark Side Of Melatonin: Why the Melatonin Hormone Can Make You Sterile!

20th September 2005
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland. It is secreted when the eyes begin to perceive darkness so people have directly linked it with sleep...BUT, melatonin is one of the drugs (actually, it's a food supplement) that the smart doctors NEVER ... Read >
Author: Dan Ford
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