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GERD - Symptoms To Be Aware Of

21st March 2012
What is GERD? Symptoms vary from one individual to another, but GERD is a stomach complaint where the contents of the stomach can be refluxed back up into the esophagus. The main symptoms of GERD are heartburn, regurgitation and nausea, although there ... Read >
Author: Nick Cook

Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery in India at Mumbai and Delhi at Low cost.

16th January 2012
Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery and Robotic Heart Surgery in India What is minimally invasive heart surgery ? Benefits of Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery Types of minimally invasive cardiovascular surgeries Robotic-assisted heart surgery Wha... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Push-ups and Dips exercises build the Upper body for Stamina and Strength

30th September 2011
Dips exercises and push-ups exercises are unique exercises that help develop the upper body parts including chest, parts of shoulder and core muscle and triceps. The uniqueness of this exercise means they need little or no training equipment and can be pr... Read >
Author: Moejaa08

The Facts You Never Knew About Vitamin D

03rd March 2011
With children, rickets is the most common manifestation and consequence of vitamin D deficiency, while with adults, the disease is known as osteomalacia. In the absence of vitamin D, calcium and phosphorus cannot be properly absorbed in the body which hin... Read >
Author: Lynn Bost

What is Acid Reflux?

11th January 2011
Early civilization shrugged off acid reflux as a common occurrence -- either caused by excessive eating or high acid content in their digestive system. One school of thought was that acid reflux is attributed to stress. Early Beliefs Our early ances... Read >
Author: Duane Thomas

Chest Bones in a Human Body

11th May 2010
The skeletal system supports and gives shape to the body. Multiple bodily organs are safeguarded by hard substances, named as bones. Bones contain calcium and are quite hard that provide protection to the delicate organs in the body. Not only these offer ... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Injury alert: Costochondritis/Tietze Syndrome

18th March 2010
Injuries are common in sports and exercise. Elite athletes, weekend warriors and Pilate instructors all are at risk for injuries and at some point in their lives will probably experience an injury at least once. Some injuries are more common than others. ... Read >
Author: donyskow

What is BodyTalk

24th February 2010
What is BodyTalk? BodyTalk is a relatively new form of complimentary medicine that acknowledges the innate wisdom within the body-mind complex. BodyTalk also acknowledges the body's ability to heal itself, given the right tools. By establishing a commu... Read >
Author: bakuganfigures

Trampoline Front Flip Tutorial

03rd November 2009
Front flips are one of the most enjoyable things you can do on a trampoline and this article will show you how to do a front flip, with step by step instructions, frequent problems and how to fix them. Step 1: Before you attempt a front flip, do what we c... Read >
Author: TrampTricks

Unique Benefits of Different Types of Push Ups

21st January 2009
In addition to the many benefits of standard push ups (elevated heart rate, total body conditioning, etc.), there are many variations on the simple exercise that will allow you to specifically target different muscle regions. None of the push up variati... Read >
Author: vishal

Natural Remedy For Heartburn During Pregnancy

25th September 2008
Heartburn can be an uncomfortable condition that affects many people and oftentimes also pregnant women. Many pregnant women are doubly uncomfortable because they have to cope with heartburn and also some of the monthly symptoms of pregnancy. There are ma... Read >
Author: Krishan Bakhru

Do you have constant pain under your left rib cage?

08th May 2008
Back pain under the left rib cage is a dilemma for all patients suffering from it. Doctors view any constant pain seriously and treat it as a serious disorder or disease. The rib cage is a structure that is formed by the thoracic vertebrae and ribs, stern... Read >
Author: Golfer57

Breathing and Resonance for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Improving one's ability to communicate is a significant step towards improving an individual's sense of self esteem and self confidence. As a Teacher of Speech and Drama and a Voice Tutor, I am often called upon to train people in the most effective way t... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall
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