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Hallux Limitus & Treatment

22nd February 2011
Hallux refers to the big toe and Limitus refers to decreased motion of the joint. So, putting together, there is limited motion in the big toe joint. Despite its name it may not be the longest toe on the foot of some individuals. In the early stages, m... Read >
Author: strideorthotics

Six Factors Affecting Children's Height

15th June 2010
Many parents pay close attention to the height as the baby born, especially the parents with a height not very high will fear of genetic and other factors influence their child's height. The experts find that the following six factors which affect the chi... Read >
Author: ystyles

Improve Bone Health With Natural Supplements

08th June 2010
Since bones are living tissue, healthy bones need at least 24 bone-building materials in order to be at their best. These materials include both trace elements and protein. The most important minerals to bone health are calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Sure Shot Ways to Get Taller Fast! Now You Won't Feel Inferior When Looking at Taller People

24th May 2010
The Y and Z generations are generally taller than the baby boomers and Gen X'ers. The height difference could be attributed to the food and food supplements that the new generations are enjoying. The thing is not all Ys and Zs are tall and for those who a... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

A tailor's bunion can be a painful and debilitating foot condition

07th April 2010
A tailor's bunion is a foot condition which presents as a bony growth on the little toe, at the joint with the foot. It is usually caused by wearing inappropriate footwear, which places stress on the metatarsophalangeal joint, which becomes displaced over... Read >
Author: David Armstrong

Organic Silica the missing nutritional link?

09th August 2009
Mention silicon or silica and most people would probably think of rocks or sand. They might go on to think about Silicon Valley or glass or any of the thousands of products, from makeup to computer chips, that rely on this versatile element. Silica is not... Read >
Author: Carl

What makes our bones grow?

08th August 2009
There are 206 bones in the human body, but this is not always the case. The number of our bones actually decreases as we get older as some of our individual bones fuse into a single segment. Bones serve a number of important functions - mainly the ability... Read >
Author: CL

Pain At The Back Of Your Heel: A Guide To Treatment And Relief

17th April 2009
Pain behind the heel is incredibly common, and most people experience this at some point in their lives. The back of the heel is incredibly important, as this is where the leg turns into the foot, and motion at the leg has to transfer ninety degrees to be... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

The best nutrition for pregnant women

06th December 2008
Pregnancy is a time when your body begins to undergo sudden and rapid changes. There was a time when mothers to be were advised to eat enough for two. Today, this advice is way off the mark because new research finds that in terms of quantity, pregnant mo... Read >
Author: Aliceshown
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