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Anal Fisting – To Try Or Not To Try by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Wed 23 Jan 2013 10:00am Anal fisting is definitely an extreme form of anal sex, and it’s not for the faint of heart. Before you try anal fisting, read this first! During anal fisting, your entire hand is placed in your partner’s rectum. I know, it sounds scary and impossible. With the right instructions though, lots of care and well mastered skills this practice ... Read on »
Rock Climbing, Finger Taping and Injury by Dr. Erik McLaughlin Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:27am Anybody who rock climbs, on a semi-regular basis has probably seen climbers taping their fingers.  I admit that I have done it in the past, to prevent injuries and help me keep climbing with an injury.  I also admit I have done it because I have seen other climbers, better than me, doing it.  I know, I know…if all my friends jumped off a bri ... Read on »
Self Injurious Behavior by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Dec 2008 1:26pm Self injury is called many things: Self-inflicted violence, self-injury, self-harm, para-suicide, delicate cutting, self-abuse, self-mutilation. But what is it? Self-injury is the repeated act of attempting to alter your mood by inflicting physical harm serious enough to cause tissue damage to your body. “Tissue damage” means tears, brui ... Read on »
Injury and disorder by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 15 May 2012 5:55pm The fundamental assumption of the mental health system is that people with significant emotional distress, people who need help, suffer from some underlying disorder that causes their stress.  They “have something.”  Diagnosis is about finding out “what you have.” For most people though distress is not about what they “have”,   It is about ... Read on »
Insult to injury by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:26pm Day shift: Six calls; one false alarm; one taken by car; one arrested on scene and three by ambulance. Stats: 1 Allergic reaction; 1 Fall ? fracture; 1 Headache. Assault calls are always tricky because you rely on the information given and the assurance that police are on scene before you arrive, so that you don’t go straight into a con ... Read on »
Let’s Talk About…Traumatic Brain Injuries by k Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Sep 2009 10:13pm Did you know that twice as many men experience traumatic brain injuries than do women? That approximately 1.5 million head injuries occur every year in the United States? And that there are approximately 1.6 million to 3.8 million traumatic brain injuries that result from sports – each year? How about that every year, approximately 52,000 people ... Read on »
Shoulder Injury Solutions - part 2 by Lance B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 7:36am Shoulder injuries are no laughing matter. They can cause pain in a lot of daily tasks like reaching above your head for a box, putting on your coat, or even pumping your fist in a circular motion while chanting 'Woof! Woof! Woof!' to Arsenio Hall Show reruns.  Yesterday I covered Shoulder Injury Solution: Relax, toda ... Read on »
Improve Running And Stay Injury Free With Proper Posture by Neelanjan B. Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 4:24am Everybody say that running is tough and ridden with injury. On the other hand, I will say it is easy and fun provided you maintain a proper posture while running. In any kind of a workout or say, any sphere of life, we look for efficiency. Efficiency means to put in less effort for achieving maximum benefits. Isn't it? Then, why can't we ach ... Read on »
A three-point banker legion: injuries unceasingly, after more than a three-point banker magic experience of age by shoes1 Posted Wed 23 Jan 2013 3:11am Howard lost for magic is or is not a fatal blow? It will have to see they can in the future a year or two in the draft to clean out treasure what, Howard this trouble to Los Angeles in the hands of the Orlando magic, now need to worry about the problem is the second year around career is averaging 11.7 points and 11.1 rebounds wu's cutting and Chea ... Read on »
Pre-Injury State Key to Senior's Post-Fall Function by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Aug 2013 12:00am Good morning, everyone! First an update on my arm fracture............I fell two weeks ago today, and considering that short period of time, I think I am doing quite well.  I wear a light ace bandage on the arm, more or less to warn people that I have an injury.  My scar is a doozy, over 7 inches in length.  The stitches come out tomorrow.  Func ... Read on »