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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

Get the Proper H2o Filters & Shower Heads to Take away Copper & Chlorine

07th February 2011
H2o provide nowadays is continuously contaminated with copper, chlorine and a lot of other chemical substances that are dangerous to wellness. They can lead to quite a few significant ailments that like conditions like typhoid, anaemia, hepatitis, hookwor... Read >
Author: Phillip Gillespie

Visual Communication: Beauty lies in the eyes of the consumer

31st January 2011
The Nike Swoosh. It is perhaps one of the best examples of defining our topic for today – Visual Communication. Clearly speaking, one look at the swoosh and you know that one is talking about the iconic sports brand. Now that’s the power of Visual Communi... Read >
Author: jacobqsmith

Heel Lifts when considering Leg Length Discrepancy

21st January 2011
Heel lifts really aren't for enhancing the height, they've been utilized by the profession of medicine for a while now and continue being so, producing resolution for individuals with a range of disorders. Leg length flaws usually aren't scarce, and quite... Read >
Author: lula rich

100 years of Eureka Vacuum Cleaners

23rd September 2009
You may be aware that "Eureka" is among the most famous names when it comes to vacuum cleaners. But did you know that over the 100 year history of the Eureka vacuum cleaner company they have made a lot more then vacuums. This article is a glimpse into the... Read >
Author: Daniel Coyle

Long Term Affects of Polio: What’s the Difference Between Flat and Flaccid Feet?

18th May 2009
The quick and crucial answer to the question, "What's the difference between flat and flaccid feet?" is that flat feet, though they have fallen arches, retain mobility whereas flaccid feet have lost the ability to move at all. Both conditions are long ter... Read >
Author: Kent

Shoes for Polio Survivors

18th February 2009
Polio, once a common and greatly feared viral infection, is now considered to be rare in developed countries, but there are still people who have had their lives touched by this devastating disease. Their bodies have been forever altered - literally - fro... Read >
Author: Kent

Need to Buy Odd Shoes? Buy Them Online

16th February 2009
More and more odd shoe shoppers are ditching the traditional way of purchasing shoes and buying their odd shoes online. However, if you're not used to shopping for odd shoes on the Internet, finding the right pair of odd shoes can be a little mind bogglin... Read >
Author: Kent

The Importance of Immunizing your Child

12th February 2009
Children have a weak immunity compared to adults, as a child's immune system is still in developmental stages. That makes it critically important to boost the child's immunity by external methods, in order to protect him against several infectious and dis... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

What To Do If You Only Need One Shoe

27th April 2008
Your feet carry you thousands of miles in your lifetime so it is critical that you take good care of them. You can inherit problems with your feet from your Aunt Sue but more often trouble with feet are caused by wear and tear or neglect. The shoes you we... Read >
Author: Kent Basson
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