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progression of abdominal cancer Hi, My mother is 72 and has been battling pancreatic (maybe) biliary (maybe) but certainly liver cancer since the spring of 2010. Her CA19 has dropped from in the 3000's to under 200 with chemo (gem ...
Dec 03 2010 3:44pm
Colon cancer does not always present signs in the beginning. Cancer of the digestive tra ... more
Jan 21 2013 7:52am
Skim milk best for pumping up muscle mass Weightlifters who drink skim milk after a workout will build about twice as much muscle as those who rely on soy beverages, a new study suggests. What's more, milk is far cheaper than supplements spe ...
Apr 20 2007 11:32am
Mass-transit exercise Walking was the way I kickstared my weightloss, so I love sharing any stories I find about how it can help people reach their fitness goals. I'm also a huge proponent of walking or biking to work if ...
Mar 16 2008 6:42pm
Ways to Build Muscle Mass 1) Make sure you use your whole body. According to personal trainers, exercises that stimulate and involve the whole body burn more calories and address more muscle groups. 2) Mix things up. It' ...
Sep 12 2007 11:46am
I have been on zocor for 5 years and lately my muscles are turning to mush and i have back ... more
Aug 31 2009 11:29am
Isolate your abdominals more! No, doing sit-ups will not help you eliminate the fat that stores itself near your abdominals. But they are affective in improving one's posture or developing muscle tone in the area. As a personal ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
abdominal adhesions I have chronic bowel obstrutions and particle bowel obstructions because of abdominal adhesions.  I was just wondering if any has heard of a new treatment for them.  I have had 18 surgeries on my abdo ...
Feb 07 2009 2:15pm
Hello jan I am really sorry to hear about ur condition, but id never heard of it so l ... more
Feb 12 2009 6:05am
Assessing the rupture risk of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms The rupture risk of AAAs is the most natural intervention indication, and currently minimal invasive (EVAR) or surgical interventions are available effectively treat such diseased portions of the aort ...
Sep 23 2009 12:21am
... , a Coalition working to raise awareness for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) and encourage ... more
Feb 16 2010 2:47pm
When to Suspect Lyme The most useful diagnostic reference: the “Bible” of Lyme medical literature. by John Bleiweiss, MD. The When To Suspect Lyme Disease essay: This essay, written by John D. Bleiweiss, ...
Jul 08 2008 6:37pm
Exploding the Six Pack Myth Exploding the Six-Path Myth By Kara Wily Imagine you wanted to design a supportive structure for your torso, you probably would not build a single layer brace that lay down the front of your torso. ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
DOn't forget the cardio. The cardio is the catalyst that exposes the 6 pack. Also - great ... more
Sep 29 2010 6:50pm
Symptom of Colon Cancer Colon is essential part oh human digestive system. Colon get  suffer due to improper eating habits, modern lifestyle etc.   Many cases of colon cancer have no symptoms. The following symptoms, ...
Jan 23 2013 4:00am