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C4'-Substituted-2-Deoxyadenosine Analogs and Methods of Treating HIV by Posted Wed 09 Jun 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: The invention describes a new use for C4'-methyl-2-dexoyadenosine, a nucleoside analog that has significant activity against HIV-1 and most strains of HIV previously shown to be resistant to other reverse transcriptase nucleoside inhibitor treatments. In vitro experimental results show substantial an ... Read on »
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C4 News researching anti-psychotic drugs in people with learning disabilities, inc. children and young people by h2cm Posted Fri 13 May 2011 7:00pm Channel 4 News is researching the use of anti-psychotic drugs to control challenging or difficult behaviour in people with learning disabilities, including children and young people. If this is an issue which affects you (or those you care for) or if you would like to share your views or experiences, in confidence, then please do get in to ... Read on »
The Normal Cervical Curve in the Neck by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 25 Mar 2009 3:41pm 4 Comments The cervical curve in the neck is supposed to be a “C” shape. There are 7 vertebrae or bones in the neck spine: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6 and C7. The first vertebrae, or C1 is also know as the atlas, and C2 is known as the axis. If I look at a “lateral” cervical spine (meaning from the side) x-ray- the spine should be in the shape of a “C ... Read on »
The Essential 4 Series: Bad Posture can be a Headache by Drea D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:05pm 1 Comment In my last post, I spoke about my shoulder being in pain. It's fine for right now so I wanted to explain to you how I got into this whole shoulder mess in the first place: Memorial Day 1999 (well the week after LOL) - I got hit by aconstruction truck (if I tell you how, I'll be too upset to finish this post). I started to get physical thera ... Read on »
Referred pain by Brad W. Medical Student Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 9:46pm Updated July 2009 If you woke up with a pain in your shoulder , you'd probably think something was wrong with your shoulder, right? Maybe you slept on it the wrong way, maybe you're a weekend warrior who threw the football a few too many times. In most cases, your hunch is probably right. Pain in the shoulder usually indicates an injury or ... Read on »
I Can’t Stress the Importance of Good Neck Posture Enough! by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 12:00am Good posture in the neck means that our neck bones inside of us are in good alignment; and that means the nerves are free from any unwanted pressure. All of this equals a body functioning at its best and without health problems like neck pain, headaches, or something worse. Here is a list of the cervical nerves and what they control: ... Read on »
Neck Muscles Most Responsible For Your Stiff Neck And Trigger Points: The Levator Scapulae & Trapezius by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 16 Aug 2009 10:23pm You wake up with a stiff neck after sleeping on the couch the night before and find that you cannot turn your head- what could be causing this inability to turn your head, stiffness and overall pain in your neck? Today I want to discuss a muscle called the levator scapulae and also revisit a muscle we have talked about previously: the trapezius m ... Read on »
T-1 ASIA C (and other things) by Round Peg Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 5:26pm So, Needlenoggin has been upgraded to a T-1 ASIA C (he was ASIA B before hand). I've spoken with his neurologists and neurosurgeons, and finally found SCI Info Pages as a great website to explain all of this nonsense. What follows is a short explanation of what this means, in layman's terms. There are 4 parts to your spinal cord. The part that ... Read on »

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