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Recovery from Long Periods of Intense Exercise or Long Runs by Shanna B. Posted Sun 20 Feb 2011 5:49pm Mondays and Tuesdays are usually days that are filled with hobbling around, taking the elevator, not wearing cute (read: high heeled) shoes, and thinking about how I want to run, trying to run, talking myself into not running through pain, and then repeating, sometimes multiple times. Last week this cycle extended until Thursday. Last Sunday ... Read on »
Can Sitting Long Periods Cause a Disc Herniation? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:32pm San Francisco Chiropractor Comments: Most of the patients we treat at Executive Express Chiropractic in downtown San Francisco, spend the majority of their day sitting in front of a computer. Sitting for long periods can be very hard on the back and neck...especially on the spinal discs. There is a right way to sit and many wrong ways... ... Read on »
Alcoholism’s Effect On Sleep Persists During Long Periods Of Sobriety by Steven M. Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:00pm Alcoholism’s Effect On Sleep Persists During Long Periods Of Sobriety This article appeared on Medical News Today webiste on 02 Oct 2009 A study in the Oct.1 issue of the journal Sleep shows that long-term alcoholism affects sleep even after long periods of abstinence, and the pattern of this effect is similar in both men and women. Resu ... Read on »
Is Sitting Long Periods Bad For You? How and what can you do about it? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 15 Feb 2012 12:00am Recently, there has been a cascade of study results demonstrating the negative effects of sitting for long periods on our health. It does not seem to matter whether it is sitting in front of a TV screen, computer monitor, or ice cream stand...it's the lack of motion that seems to be the problem. Here is an excerpt from the arti ... Read on »
A long period of applause. by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Sep 2014 8:23am Mine would involve snacks served on skulls. The other night I watched as stars were interviewed on their way to the Emmys. Back in the *day* (AKA pre-Tornado) I used to camp out on the couch and watch the entire red carpet event. I snarked about the dresses.  I mocked the hair-dos.  I devoured each and every interview with Giuliana . ... Read on »
Leaving pets alone for long periods by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 7:11am The time always comes when two-legged beings must leave their pet or pets behind as they venture out into the world. The adventures may be trips, vacations, or a long-hours shift at wok that mean pets can’t go, too. So how long is too long for a pet to be left alone? What can a person do to be sure a pet doesn’t suffer ill effects? ... Read on »
Long periods of stress can help contribute to hair loss by lianehair Posted Tue 23 Oct 2012 8:01am Have you been currently worrying about your hair falling out or it is already occurred so you are seeking to prevent thinning hair Prefer to test some healthy hairloss solutions? To prevent thinning hair inside a organic strategy you are going to find thinning hair answers utilizing standard food items and goods readily readily offered with you ... Read on »
Don’t Sit For Long Periods If You Want To Be Healthy by Linda Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 12:00am A study at the University of Missouri recently determined that prolonged sitting slows fat and cholesterol metabolism even if you exercise regularly.  This can increase risk for cardiovascular illness, diabetes and obesity. It has been found that the enzymes in blood vessels that are responsible for fat burning stop working two hours after you ... Read on »
Sitting Long Periods Increases Heart Attack Risk by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 07 Aug 2013 12:00am It is well documented that sitting for extended periods in front of a computer doing repetitive movements is a primary cause of back, neck, and upper extremity pain, even carpal tunnel syndrome. But are there other health risks involved? What is considered an extended period and what if you are not in front ... Read on »