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Boxing Mouth Guards From Brain-Pads: Concentrate On The Fight, Not Your Safety

05th March 2010
Everyone knows that contact sports require tough demands on an athlete's body and that proper protection is important for keeping you in the game. There's nothing worse than having to worry about your safety when concentrating on strategy. This is why Bra... Read >
Author: SEO Consulting

Kids Knee Brace - Choosing The Best Knee Support is Important! - Free Guide

21st October 2009
Free Guide on Knee Braces For Your Kids Are you searching for a knee support for kids? Is your child quite young, or are they in their teenage years? Introduction : This article will first speak upon the benefits of a knee brace, and which one yo... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Optimal Hypertrophy for Sports Supertraining Extract

10th August 2009
Mel Siff talks hypertrophy in this extract from his textbook Supertraining, as taken from health.groups.yahoo.com/group/supertraining - of which the best posts are listed at melsiff.com HYPERTROPHY & STRENGTH OPTIMUM, NOT MAXIMUM, HYPERTROPHY In... Read >
Author: Mel Siff

Breast Implants Riding High

24th July 2009
This is when breast implants are too high on the chest wall, and the pockets for the implants need to be re-adjusted. This may cause the nipple-areola complex to appear low or pointing downward. This can be corrected by removing the current implants and l... Read >
Author: Dr. Tom Pousti

What is Dubble Bubble?

24th July 2009
Dubble Bubble When implants are placed behind the pectoral muscle, rather than in front of it, women whose breasts have begun sagging naturally can experience a unique complication commonly referred to as double bubble. While the implant remains in place... Read >
Author: Dr. Tom Pousti

A Primer for New Pacemaker or Defibrillator Patients

23rd July 2009
If you recently had a pacemaker or defibrillator implanted or if you know someone who did, you probably figure that life as you knew it was over. That's not really the case--but the first few weeks as a pacemaker person can be a bit of a hurdle. Healin... Read >
Author: Jo Ann LeQuang

The Health Benefits Of Paintball

11th January 2009
Participating in sports can really be good for a person. For those who are too lazy to go to the gym, there is something worth trying and that is the game of paintball. This extreme sport has been around for some time and almost anyone can play it. All it... Read >
Author: Jerald Shapiro

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome – Physiotherapy

29th December 2008
Collagen is an extremely important connective tissue protein in our bodies, making up significant amounts of our skin, tendons, discs and ligaments. Collagen gives structure to these organs, allowing them to heal normally, to have elasticity, to be strong... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How to Treat Bruises

17th June 2008
Healthy people may develop bruises from any injury that doesn't break through the skin. Vigorous exercise may also cause bruises due to bringing about small tears in blood vessels walls. In a condition known as purpura simplex, there is a tendency to brui... Read >
Author: James Sameul
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