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Lyme Disease what you need to know. Hi guys, I haven't done a serious post in awhile and it's about that time of year again, so I figured today's post is going to be informative. Lyme Disease was ...
Jun 30 2008 1:13am
... quite varied and go way beyond a rash, joint pain and fatigue.    There is a long list of ... more
Apr 15 2009 9:27pm
End Neck Pain By Improving Posture How Proper Posture Improves Your Spine Relieving Nerve Pressure by Dr. Matthew Bellinger How does posture have anything to do with neck pain?--Neck pain comes from pressure on the nerves. How doe ...
Sep 03 2008 6:14am
Beat the Pain of Weight Training Looking to tone your muscles through some weight training? You're not alone; it's one of the most effective ways to tone your body and lose weight. The only problem is that incorrect techniques of lif ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
A Pain in my Ass. So I had this pain. In my ass. And on the outside of my right leg. So I went to the doctor - he took x rays. Nothing. Went to get a massage - which helped...but the pain came back a day later. Then I ...
Sep 12 2007 8:07pm
... pe away the tears! Sorry you experienced the pain, but thanks for adding to my overall wel ... more
Sep 26 2007 5:06pm
Banish Pain Naturally When your head is pounding or your body is aching, it’s tempting to reach for ibuprofen or some similar over-the-counter pain reliever. But there are ways to alleviate pain naturally. First, consid ...
Sep 14 2007 4:58pm
... d an article about the effects meditation on pain. A study was done which showed that peo ... more
Sep 16 2007 1:35pm
Tai Chi for chronic pain Tai Chi is known for the gentleness with which it works on the body. That is probably why it is considered an excellent aid to overcome chronic pain. And because it is so gentle, it can be do ...
Sep 28 2007 3:01am
... like to see some , To give it a shot, I'm in pain 24/7, pain meds. don't work like should, ... more
Mar 07 2009 5:14am
Massage for Pain Massage has been shown to reduce pain in people. A study tested a group of people with fibromyalgia, a painful disease that is also associated with irritable bowel and fatigue. The people who had ma ...
Oct 02 2007 6:31am
I second people's assertion that massage can definitely help. I'm someone who has used myo ... more
Aug 11 2008 1:14pm
Omega-3 for your pains Recently, I was reading a Runner's World report on Omega-3 fatty acids and I found that the old adage "Teach a man to fish..." will not only come in handy for survival but for joint pain (perhaps ac ...
Nov 20 2007 7:21am
I recommend wild fish if you can find it. Make sure you don't get the bottom eaters. Bott ... more
Nov 20 2007 12:12pm
Aquatic Exercise Reduces Pain A recent review in "The Cochran Library" found that for patients suffering from hip or knee osteoarthritis, doing cardiovascular and stretching exercises in warm water (90-97 degrees F) can bring some ...
Feb 20 2008 10:57am
Neck and Shoulder Pain Neck and Shoulder Pain Relief Tips - These work for my neck and shoulder pain I work at the computer almost every day. I work A LOT. So, there are lots of days that I end up with neck and shoulde ...
Mar 26 2008 12:57pm