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Weight Lifting Reduces Arm Swelling in Breast Cancer Survivors by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 10:48am Many breast cancer patients are at risk for developing lymphedema , a swelling due to a blockage in lymph drainage, in their arm after breast cancer surgery, particularly breast cancer patients that have had lymph nodes removed.  This can lead to impaired arm function and decreased quality of life for breast cancer survivors.  There has been conc ... Read on »
Study Compares Treatments for Arm Swelling Due to Breast Cancer by Medline Plus Posted Fri 22 Nov 2013 2:00pm Costly massages worked no better than simple compression bandages Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Breast Cancer , Lymphedema Read on »
Make Your Arms Look Slimmer and Firmer with Arm Liposuction by parkavenuesmartlipony Posted Tue 26 Mar 2013 3:07am It is necessary to have well-shaped and sleek arms if you want to look good in sleeveless dresses and swimwear. Often, exercise and dieting fail when you try to get rid of fat and sagging skin from the upper arm. Arm liposuction surgery is the best solution if you want to improve the appearance of your arms and make them look slimmer and fir ... Read on »
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 »
Arm Liposuction Recovery Tips by parkavenuesmartlipony Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 8:48am Flabby upper arms are commonly seen with increasing age. This can be rather unattractive and make you extremely self conscious. Even though you can get rid of fat with weight training and exercises, it is not possible to tone the skin always with these methods. Arm liposuction provided at leading plastic surgery centers in New York helps to g ... 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 »
It's a boil! It's a wound! No! It's a fistula, man! by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:57pm I have a fistula in my left upper arm. I have so many people staring at it that I get a little uncomfortable at times. Now, fistulae generally are a little gross to see. Mine has the arterial vein dilated like crazy. That makes it even worse. Generally, my shirt or T shirt sleeve covers it but when a small part of it is visible ... 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 »
Exercise Improves Arm Function After Breast Cancer Surgery by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Mon 21 Jun 2010 7:52am Breast cancer surgery, particularly mastectomy, can dramatically effect the associated shoulder and arm by reducing range of motion and strength, while causing pain and swelling under the arm.  Previous studies have suggested that strengthening and stretching exercises after breast cancer surgery can help improve recovery of arm function.  Howeve ... 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 »