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Improvised Explosive Device Training and Exercise by Christina Thielst Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 08 Nov 2010 12:00am The medical and health community having been busy preparing for the CA disaster training and exercise in an Improvised Explosive Device scenario.  The community-wide event is designed to  test medical and health communications, medical surge and intelligence gathering and sharing preparedness/capabilities.  The hospitals, coroner, ... Read on »
Another New Portable Device Slated to Make Fitness Fun - A Keychain to Reward for Exercise and Donate To Charities by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 1:20am How many more of these things are we going to see.  Folks I know that bough the Fitbit tried it for a while and got bored.  I don’t have one and this is just what others told me as they said it was something else they had to do and they had enough overload with all the other consumer IT stuff and gadgets to worry about.  I think from what I he ... Read on »
A Popular Home Exercise Device by Sandy Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:44pm Good Morning & Good Day To All!! I would like to continue with my Activity & Exercise mini-series. If you are considering a home exercise device I would recommend one of the simpler and less expensive Stationary Bicycles. These devices are generally stable, and there is minimal danger of falling. Also if you become "short of breath" you ar ... Read on »
Walk n’Play cell phone device helps you exercise by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 29 Jul 2010 12:00am - A portable device - the “Walk n’Play” - to help motivate people to be more active has been designed by Chinmay Manohar in the Department Endocrinology, Nutrition and Diabetes of the Mayo Clinic, and is available through iTunes®. H ... Read on »
Ridiculous Bogus Exercise Device by TC Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 11:05pm It seems as though other countries are not immune to bogus exercise devices and marketing of shoddy products for health and fitness. Here is an ad that I am sure will make you laugh with disbelief. It reminded me of the old 1970's adds for the machines that would shake your gut and butt as a means to shake the fat off or the 1980's passive exercise ... Read on »
Wun Jo – Could This Exercise Device Be The New “IT Thing” of 2012 by Adria A. Posted Tue 24 Jul 2012 12:00am I saw this video on C ranky fitness and had to share it with everyone!!   I won’t lie, this looks SO FUN!  If you could go to your backyard, or your living room and have fun swinging this around and burn calories, wouldn’t you?!  Heck I want one!   Basically, it’s a ba ... Read on »
FDA Clears Female Incontinence Device–Therapy for Bladder Leakage To Build Up Pelvic Muscle Tone for Greater Control by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 12 Mar 2012 3:58am We are definitely seeing some very new innovative devices on the market being approved by the FDA and this one costs around $600 and you need a prescription from your doctor to get one, and he/she has to program it for you as it collects data and monitors your progress…this thing could have some side benefits when you think about it:)  The FDA ... Read on »
Second Annual Pelvic Floor Party: Kegels ARE Invited! by Kara Douglass Thom Patient Expert Posted Wed 29 Jun 2011 6:27am Yes, Kegels are invited, you can bring them along like a date for your super strong booty, but only if you do them right! That means if you're following the advice of such notable experts as Dr. Oz and Dr. Laura Berman (love ya both, but ya'll need to brush up on your pelvic floor advice) then you won't get through the door. So who decides if ... Read on »
Pelvic Floor exercises effective at treating incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 7:48am If you are suffering with urinary incontinence, you need to look at pelvic floor exercises and bladder training .  You may have read previous articles about these exercises but if you had not taken previous research findings seriously, a July 2012 review by the American based Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) should give you mor ... Read on »
Survey shows benefit of Pelvic Floor Exercises for Urinary Incontinence by Allanda .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Aug 2012 8:18am A July 2012 review by the American based Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) should give you more reason to start pelvic floor (otherwise known as kegel) exercises. According to the review, about 25% of young women and 44% to 57% of middle-aged and postmenopausal women experience involuntary urine loss. Their findings show th ... Read on »