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Do you know the dangers of hypoxia?

10th October 2011
The dangers of hypoxia on human and clinical manifestations: 1. Brain hypoxia: the brain's response to hypoxia is very obvious. A normal brain weight accounts for 2% of total body weight, while the human brain's oxygen consumption accounts for 20... Read >
Author: ericzeng

Top 20 Best Fat Burning Exercises

03rd June 2011
Everyone wants to know what exercises will help them lose body fat. Many just don't think twice and start running/jogging for 30 minutes to an hour. But is that the most efficient way to lose body fat? Personally speaking..NO!! You will see in the list be... Read >
Author: ups1984

Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser)

22nd March 2011
What it does:Stimulates cell growthIncreases cell metabolism (Increased ATP production by the mitochondria and increased oxygen consumption on the cellular level)Improves cell regenerationReduces fibrous tissue formationStimulates nerve functionReduces pr... Read >
Author: Mickey Schneider

Getting Fit With a Hula Hoop - Useful Facts You May Not Know

15th March 2011
Remember your childhood days when you had the most fun whirling those hula-hoops around your body? It kept you occupied for hours on end, didn't it? The undulating motions of your body kept your attention totally transfixed to the brightly-colored hoops s... Read >
Author: Broderick Zeitlin

Garlic + CoQ10 - the heart combination in liquid capsules

28th February 2011
Garlic and CoQ10 are both very important components for heart health and act synergistically. Garlic helps to protect the heart and CoQ10 helps to energize it. Garlic reduces the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which is one of the most important factors in ... Read >
Author: Zaza

EPOC - Turning Up The Post Workout Calorie Burner

28th January 2009
After an intense exercise session, the body goes into oxygen and metabolic debt. Afterwards, the body expends energy to restore the debt to regain homeostasis. This means that our bodies have to burn more calories, just to get back to our normal balanced ... Read >
Author: greywolf

A Brief History of Pulse Oximetry

28th January 2008
1850's Russian physiologist I.M. Sechenov developed a vacuum blood pump which was laterly used for research purpose. [8] 1864 Sir George Gabriel Stokes, 1st Baronet, an Irish physicist and mathematician, discovered the respiratory function of haemoglo... Read >
Author: ClinicalGuard.com
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