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Posttraumatic Stress & Broken Bones: What I’ve Learned by Michele Rosenthal Posted Fri 27 Dec 2013 7:00am July, 2010, I broke my toe. This was not the first time I’ve broken something. To date, I’ve broken 2 other toes, 1 metatarsal, 2 fingers, plus I’ve drastically fractured 1 kneecap and 1 vertebrae. If you ask my mother, she’ll tell you it’s because I’m left-handed, so I’m prone to being clumsy. If you ask me, it’s because I’m ... Read on »
Posttraumatic Stress & Broken Bones: What I Learned this Year by Michele Rosenthal Posted Mon 27 Dec 2010 6:16am Whatever the reason for the wreckage, this little toe this summer was the first time I’ve learned anything useful from my need to recuperate. I’ve written about the PTSD psychological and emotional journey  earlier, but today, as we come to the end of a long year of all of you doing the diligent work of posttraumatic stress disorder tre ... Read on »
confessions of a yoga blogger part 2 by Rachel H. Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 12:00am *  My cats are my surrogate children.  Judging from the comments on yesterday’s post , it’s the same for some of you too.  This makes me happy beyond measure.  Cats, in all their devilish glory, rule. * I cannot stand my hair long. Seriously it drives me insane. It’s one of those things that seems like a really good idea and I ca ... Read on »
11 Random Things by {lifeasa}RunningMom Posted Fri 27 Jan 2012 11:52am This will have meaning later I love Jen's blog From Fat to Finish Line and she tagged me HERE . I also got tagged from TurboTurtle and am stoked to find a new blog to follow! Her layout is so cute! Great! I was tossing around what to post about today yesterday so here I go! The rules Post these rules. You must post 11 ran ... Read on »
Judo Lesson 4 by Lesley H. Facebook Posted Sat 05 May 2012 3:41pm So, after a week off to let my toe recover, I went back to training.  Tineladia had to skip this week because of their broken little toe, but they’re planning to get back on the mat soon. This lesson focused on balance breaking work.  We did a bit of ne-waza and randori at the end.  I’m struggling to get in close enough for my throws to ac ... Read on »
Bariatric Surgery Seems to Result In Greater Bone Fractures by Linda Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 12:00am A new study done at the Mayo clinic shows that bariatric surgery to induce weight loss puts a person at greater risk for broken bones. People who had bariatric procedures either stapling of the stomach (gastric bypass) or banding of the stomach (gastric band surgery) at the Mayo Clinic were followed for twenty years. Results showed that they h ... Read on »
Answering 10 Quick Questions by {lifeasa}RunningMom Posted Thu 13 Sep 2012 11:30am Read more HERE Another Mother Runner put together 10 quick questions on her blog post HERE . How could I resist joining in on the fun and answering them? So get ready to perhaps learn a bit more about me....again! Best Run Ever - It is hard to pick since I love all of my runs - the good, the bad, and the ugly. Each ru ... Read on »
Adults With HIV at Increased Risk of Bone Fractures, Study Finds by HealthFinder Posted Fri 11 Mar 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Annual fracture rates up to 3.69 times higher in HIV-infected patients, researchers say. ... Read on »
Acid Reflux Drugs Tied to Bone Fractures by OCnaturaldoc Health Maven Posted Fri 13 May 2011 1:45pm Published: May 13, 2011 The analysis did not find a similar increase in fracture risk among patients taking older acid reflux medications, called histamine-2 receptor antagonists.A new analysis adds to growing evidence that people using proton pump inhibitors to control symptoms of acid reflux are more likely to fracture bones than those who ... Read on »
Vitamin D Supplementation May Reduce Bone Fracture Risk by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Fri 03 Aug 2012 10:09pm Posted on July 31, 2012, 6 a.m. in Bone and Dental Dietary Supplementation Vitamins With the cost of treating a hi ... Read on »