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Broken and sore ribs – what to do? by rita359 Posted Tue 19 Feb 2013 1:04pm If you have ever experienced a broken or fractured rib, you know all the pain and uncomfortable moments you need to face until it heals, usually for as long as 2 months.  If you are in an accident, a fall, or feel pain when you take deep breaths or when pressing the rib cage area or moving around, then it is a good idea to go see a doctor to ru ... Read on »
Sore Ribs and Best in Show by soledaddy Posted Tue 22 Mar 2011 12:00am A day of rest yesterday helped, that is being on the couch for most of Sunday. But the rest was not enough to kick whatever bug I have. I don’t feel bad but I don’t feel good either. The cough I have is worse, so much so I have now pulled something in my rib cage. Feels like chest pains but I know that is not anything serious. I get this type of ... Read on »
Tender Prime Rib Roast with Mushroom and Bacon Sauté by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 16 Dec 2011 4:34pm Prime rib is a cut of meat that’s perfect for special occasion feasts in more ways than one. Served in supple, thick slices that are marbled with fat, it’s a decadent and impressive main course. Prime rib is also really easy to prepare, which means you can “wow” your guests and still enjoy the party. They don’t need to know you only spent about ... Read on »
Shortcut BBQ Ribs by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 05 Sep 2012 8:42pm Sharing a recipe for pork ribs is risky business. First, there’s the matter of flavoring the meat. Is a rub, a marinade, or a sauce the superior flavoring method, or maybe some combination of the three? And forget about finding a rub that all rib lovers agree on. There are hundreds of rub blends, all slightly different from the others, with eac ... Read on »
Slow Cooker Beef Short Ribs in Cabernet Sauce by Jenna .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 5:46am This is dude food. Total and complete dude food. In fact, I think Adam almost proposed to me all over the other night after I served him these beef short ribs, sitting on a creamy mound of Parmesan risotto. I’m completely serious. The short ribs were so tender the meat fell right off the bone, no knives required! Just anothe ... Read on »
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs with White Cheddar Grits by Brandi Posted Tue 10 Jan 2012 10:27pm Ok, I lied. After writing last night about how I didn’t “do” resolutions, I couldn’t stop thinking about it today. And I do resolutions – just not the same way most people go about it. None of my resolutions deal with weight or the gym. I don’t have a goal to stop impulse buying or save $xxxx this year. Big life go ... Read on »
Short Ribs and Marshmallows at Alexandra's Turf Valley by Elizabeth Brunetti Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Jan 2014 12:00am Sous Chef and I attended the HoCoBlogs happy hour at Turf Valley last week; afterwards, we decided to have a bite to eat at Alexandra's , located on the lower level of the resort.  We were eager to take advantage of not only Howard County Restaurant Weeks, but also Alexandra's typical Wednesday special - half priced bottles of wine! ... Read on »
burning pain between rib cage before or during period by luna Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 4:29pm hello as i suffer with headaches, anxiety and endometriosis and (what my gp thinks to be)IBS, i recently changed my diet removing wheat-dairy-sugar-yeast-gluten. this month one day before(thursday) my period started i suffered from burning pain between rib cage . i was wakened up at 6.30 am and pain continue till 8.30am after went down a lot l ... Read on »
108 Movements and Broken Ribs by Michele A. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:03am Yang's long Taijiquan has 108 moves. The teacher has broken the form up in three sections. I have been working on the first section (20 movements) since October. We begin class with some warm up hip exercises and then begin the form. I can not remember the sequence of the first twenty moves. When I am going through the form I think about m ... Read on »
Broken ribs heal by Rosalind J. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Aug 2010 4:42pm A chronic illness is not the same as a broken bone.  Sounds obvious – - but have you ever thought about how they’re different? I’ve broken a few bones in the past few years.  And I’m always struck by the fact that although my body hurts with both, there are some really big differences between illness and injury. First,  a chronic illnes ... Read on »