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Explanation And Comparison Of The Most Popular And Effective Massage Therapies: Swedish And Deep Tissue Massage by AsianGoodess Posted Mon 11 Feb 2013 6:21am Massage is an ancient healing therapy that seeks relaxation and overall well-being. It manipulates the shallow and deep layers of connective tissue and muscles. It involves pressing, manipulating and rubbing applying different levels of pressure, movements and length of strokes depending on the area to be treated and on the massage therapy utiliz ... Read on »
Difference between Deep Tissues Massage and Therapeutic Massage at Healthy Being Wellness Center in St. Petersburg Florida by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 16 Sep 2012 10:32am Every day we receive calls from massage customers seeking massage services but are not quite sure which is appropriate for them.  I thought I'd share with you a few massage services and how to know which one will help you address your goal of pain relief, relaxation, tension reduction and optimum healing. There are several different ... Read on »
FAQ #27: What Are Some Tips for Passing the OSCE? by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:04pm This post is a bit premature, since next year's M1s have a full year to go until they take their first OSCE. But since I just took my first OSCE this week, I figure I might as well offer some tips now, while I still remember how to do the OSCE. OSCE stands for Observed Structured Clinical Examination. I gave an account of my personal experience d ... Read on »
giving thanks and sharing the love by Joni Yung Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:00pm with all the fundraisers and events scheduled for this month of thanksgiving, i knew i needed to pull myself out of hibernation and share them all with you! so here once again is my monthly update for all the goings-on in the LA area. for all of you who are fans of my facebook page , you know you'll be getting updates about these and many othe ... Read on »
marching into a new year by Joni Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm i was leafing through my calendar the other day and noticed that since the start of the new year last january 1st (according to the gregorian calendar, which is the calendar most of the western world uses), there have been at least three other new year celebrations (and i'm sure there are other obscure ones that didn't quite make it to the list): ... Read on »
Hip hop by bridal1220 Posted Thu 02 May 2013 6:12am Hip hop From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to:navigation,search"HipHop" redirects here.Hip Hopis a broad conglomerate ofartisticforms that originated as a specific streetsubculturewithinAfrican Americancommunities during the 1970s inNew York City, specifically inMorris Heights,The Bronx, then later spread its influence toLatin Americancommu ... Read on »
Surgery Grand Rounds, Pleural Fluid Seminar, PBL, and Clinical Skills by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:04pm I think that today was my longest day yet, but overall it went well. I actually got here at 6:30 AM so that I could go to a Surgery Grand Rounds talk before class. That was a bit painful, but once I was up and awake, it was definitely worth going to it. The good part is that we got breakfast. Surprisingly, the auditorium was pretty full even at t ... Read on »
Walking through traffic fumes ... by John R. Posted Wed 21 Sep 2011 7:22am Walking through traffic fumes 'can raise risk of heart attack for six hours' (?) This is a very ambitious study, correlating the TIME of heart attacks with the known level of pollution in the air at the time. Journal article here . It seems unlikely that epidemiological data can answer the question asked. A firm conclusion would depend ... Read on »
Shifting Dullness by CCLCM Student .. Medical Student Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:03pm This week we have been learning about the effects of radiation on the GI tract (not good) and congenital diseases of the GI tract. There are a surprisingly large number of babies who are born with some kind of GI malformation or malrotation. During embryology, the GI tract has to turn twice so that all of the intestines end up where they're sup ... Read on »
Getting medieval: chest spreaders etc. by Jerome M. Posted Thu 05 Jan 2012 6:15pm The holidays have come to an abrupt end, and we’re back in Bethleham. it sounds like Klippity, our year tutor on the ambulance side of things, had an eventful New Year. Aside from all the bog standard drunks the heady mix of alcohol, fireworks and a feverish sending off of the old year makes for some bizarre behaviour. It’s something we’ll be e ... Read on »