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Arm Liposuction Surgery Helps to Attain Toned, Beautiful Upper Arms by parkavenuesmartlipony Posted Fri 22 Mar 2013 9:13am Arm liposuction surgery is very popular these days and many people choose it for removal of excess fat from the upper arms. Arm liposuction helps to attain well-contoured and slim arms that are proportionate to the rest of the body. Who Is the Right Candidate for Arm Liposuction Surgery? The procedure is very suitable if you are ... Read on »
Miscellaneous Questions by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 12:00am I do far more than my fair share of answering questions at other internet venues in addition to the blog here. There are some things I can’t answer though as part of figuring out what ails you is looking at you and examining you. We can’t do that on the internet very well. Here are a few questions that were sent my way today: (1) ... Read on »
Back to Fancy by Sandi W. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:34pm I had this big lump called a lipoma on my upper arm. Lipo as in fat. It's a fatty tumor. I had it removed in the early 1990s and it grew back so that sometimes people would think I had a big muscle there. It made me self-conscious. More self-conscious than having just one breast. I can't explain it. Earlier this year at a routine appointment with ... Read on »
Postpartum Weight Loss: Exercises for Flabby Upper Arms by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 4:55pm To Sara of Fit by Sara: “Ever since having my first child I’ve had flabby upper arms that jiggle with the slightest movement.  I really hate it! Is there any exercises I can do to get rid of the flab?” From Fit by Sara: “There many exercises you can do to firm the muscles of the upper arms, however one key element is to recognize that you w ... Read on »
Expert Q and A: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? by My Yoga Online Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 4:16pm Question: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? Answer:  The most effective way to "tone" the arms and upper body are to placing upper body joints/muscles in weight bearing poses.  This weight bearing should keep in mind the lines of gravity so that you are working effectively and efficiently aga ... Read on »
Reps and Exercises for the Upper Arms by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 9:43am I recently did the behind neck cable curl, and I must say it is a unique yet great bicep exercise that I will include in my bicep workouts. But my question to you: is it better to go light or slightly heavy? Keep in mind I am an advanced lifter. -D My Answer: It's always good to use a wide variety of reps, but the most important ... Read on »
Goodbye winter ... hello flabby upper arms by Le Patient Expert Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 10:14am So the last day of winter has left the whoop whoop ... and inside the house it was 37 degrees celcius. I have done the conversion for you this time BJ .. that is 98.6 degree farinheit I believe. And it was WINTER. The boys are already swimming in the pools ... Read on »
Common Arm Care Mistakes: Installment 2 by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 19 Dec 2013 8:29am Last week, I kicked off this series on arm care with a discussion of scapular positioning.  In this week's installment, I'll cover another big mistake I commonly see throwers make: Doing a ton of rotator cuff exercises before throwing. Pre-throwing warm-up approaches constitute a great example of extremes.  On one hand, you have t ... Read on »
Bartonella and Babesia Symptom Checklists, According To James Schaller, MD, MAR by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 3:48pm James Schaller, MD, MAR, has spent many years researching and treating Bartonella and Babesia, two important tick-borne infections implicated in chronic Lyme disease. He is a prolific writer who has published several books on these infections, as well as on other topics relating to chronic illness and tick-borne infections. Below I share with you ... Read on »
Bartonella and Babesia Symptom Checklists, According To James Schaller, MD, MAR by Connie S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Sep 2011 3:48pm James Schaller, MD, MAR, has spent many years researching and treating Bartonella and Babesia, two important tick-borne infections implicated in chronic Lyme disease. He is a prolific writer who has published several books on these infections, as well as on other topics relating to chronic illness and tick-borne infections. Below I sh ... Read on »