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Physical Therapy Continuing Education: Protocol Post FAI Hip Surgery

06th December 2010
Physical Therapy Continuing Education recently interviewed a leading Hip Rehabilitation Expert about his protocol for rehabbing patients post FAI Hip Surgery. Here are some of his comments: Interviewer: If we talk a little bit more specifically abou... Read >
Author: Sasha Sibree

How To Make Decisions When Faced With Dilemmas In Life

21st June 2010
In life we constantly encounter situations that call for us to make decisions. Whenever we want to get something in this life we often have to give up something in return. Therefore, you must be ready to part with something so as not to lose out on those ... Read >
Author: fyness

Tinnitus Emedicine - No Need For Medicine

22nd April 2010
Tinnitus Emedicine Today, as good as 10% of the whole populace is undergoing from tinnitus that is the problem of ringing ears. Most people neglect tinnitus because this mostly doesn't impact them too much in the early stages. Till a few decades back, ... Read >
Author: Tinnitus Expert

Nudist Colony - Visit One Today

14th December 2009
Ever been to a Nudist Colony? If this is the case, you may want to visit one sometime. Your trip to the Nudist Colony would surely be completely different than what you have ever experienced in your life, and your next vacation could become the most memor... Read >
Author: Randy Clarke

What Does GABA Do In The Brain?

05th September 2008
GABA is gama amino butyric acid, and is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that is essential for the proper function of your brain and the central nervous system, and has the effect of reducing excessive brain activity and promoting a state of calm. For many ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Galactorrhea Symptoms and Causes of Galactorrhea

28th April 2008
Galactorrhea (say: "gal-act-tor-ee-ah") is a condition that occurs when a woman's breast makes milk (or a milky discharge) even though she is not breast feeding a baby. The milk may come from one or both breasts. It may leak with no stimulation or it may ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Leaky Gut,  Helicobacter Pylori,  CFS and Fibromyalgia. Part 2

07th January 2007
Sufferers following my protocol who have chronic Leaky Gut or IBS symptoms tend not to achieve the same degree of recovery as those who report no gastro-intestinal symptoms. IBS or Leaky Gut sufferers often report having tried long antibiotic regimes,... Read >
Author: Mark Shaw

Which are you - Spontaneous or Impulsive?

09th April 2006
Which are you: Spontaneous or Impulsive? A recent New York Times article titled, "Living on Impulse" describes the difference between people who are merely spontaneous or adventurous, and those whose impulsivity gets them into trouble. Here's the ... Read >
Author: Pauline Wallin

Methods of Generating New Ideas for Entrepreneurs

23rd August 2005
Methods of Generating New Ideas for Entrepreneurs Copyright 2005 Stephen Pierce Summary: Even with a wide variety of sources available, coming up with an idea as the basis for a new venture can still be a difficult problem. The entrepreneur can ... Read >
Author: Stephen Pierce
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