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Types of Orthotic Shoe Inserts and How They Can Help Your Excess Pronation

13th May 2009
In general terms, there are three different kinds of orthotics to think about when you are about to make a crucial decision for your feet. Each of these types of devices has varying characteristics, and are used depending on your particular condition.: ... Read >
Author: Salomon

Secrets Of Treating A Stiff Knee In The Morning Revealed! - Brace Yourself For The Answer

08th May 2009
Knee stiffness and pain in the morning is the worst! - Can you relate to this discomfort? Do you have pain when you wake up, or does the pain come on during the A.M. or P.M. hours? - Hopefully not both! If you suffer from a stiff knee in the morning... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Caring for Your Dog After Surgery to Correct Luxated Patella

25th April 2009
Despite the gravity of this terminology, a luxated patella or slipped kneecap is not an ER situation at a veterinary hospital. It is a cause for concern, but it is not life-threatening. However, since you should always be monitoring your dog's behavior, y... Read >
Author: Jeff Nenadic

Is Drug Addiction A Brain Disease?

17th April 2009
As with many other conditions newly labeled as disease, the science behind drug addiction as a disease is weak. There are several ongoing efforts to prove that drug addiction is a brain disease. In fact, some are even saying it's incurable. This theory... Read >
Author: Gloria MacTaggart

Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms and Diagnosis

07th April 2009
Ovarian cyst is a common gynecological problem that can affect any woman at any stage of life. This chronic disease is difficult to diagnose at times, as the symptoms are not always apparent. However, it is essential to understand ovarian cysts diagnosis ... Read >
Author: melibra23

How to Delete Invalid Shortcuts

04th March 2009
---When I delete a file, either to the recycle bin or complete deletion, and then use Norton software, it showed errors like this: "The shortcut 'file name' is invalid. The file may have been moved or deleted." The system must be automatically generating ... Read >
Author: Teresa

Compensation Plan for Primary Care and Specialty Physicians

01st December 2008
Introduction: Sixty-four percent of large medical groups are owned by physicians, of which physicians are employees or employee-owners. 62% of medical groups are for profit. In fully competitive market, firms want to survive by either making profit thr... Read >
Author: Dr. Golam Md. Munir

Gastric Lap-Band Slippage

10th November 2008
What is a slipped Band, and what causes it? There are two types of gastric band slippage; anterior and posterior which basically refers to whether the back or front side of the stomach slips. Gastric band Slippage or prolapse is where the stomach slide... Read >
Author: Simon hemmings

Aaron Solowoniuk - Living with MS

28th March 2008
If you are a Canadian radio listener under the age of 30, the odds are pretty good that you have heard of the band Billy Talent (we are not saying that people over 30 haven`t heard of the band, just that you are less likely to, and more power to you if yo... Read >
Author: Rob Parker

When your Doctor says it's Optical Migraine

07th February 2008
For some reason, doctors are still giving the diagnosis of optical migraine. And when doctors aren't using the term, patients are diagnosing themselves. Not only is it causing confusion, it's making it even harder for people to get proper treatment. So... Read >
Author: migraineman

The Idea of Procedural Memory in “Memento”

15th June 2007
In the beginning of the movie "Memento", the main character, Leonard Shelby, wakes up in a hotel room not understanding for what purpose and where he is. Leonard developed the amnesia resulting from brain damage. In the movie, Leonard keeps in mind all pr... Read >
Author: andrewshw2

Contradictions in the movie “Memento”

15th June 2007
The movie "Memento" was selected as the best movie in 2001. It depicts the story of insurance fraud investigator, Leonard Shelby, who loses his short term memory after the accident. Critical point in the movie is the point in Shelby's recollections since ... Read >
Author: andrewshw2

What Are dry Eyes?

15th June 2007
This article examines the problems associated with dry eyes. Some people just suffer with mild inconvenience on waking up in the morning and finding their eyelids are stuck together, but for others it can cause acute discomfort which can last all day. ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How to Analyze Oil Analysis Reports

08th June 2007
The oil analysis report is a vital tool for a smooth running operation. Going deeper than the report summaries and knowing how to analyze the oil analysis report can help prevent equipment breakdown and unnecessary equipment teardowns. Interpreting an... Read >
Author: Michael Barrett

Migraine-Associated Vertigo

27th March 2007
Vertigo, which is an illusion of movement in relation to the environment, is commonly experienced as part of a migraine headache. Migraine is a disease characterized by periodic headaches, but patients often experience other symptoms, including dizzin... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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