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Any cure for a Misaligned Leg after a fracture??? Hi all,  My Mom had this bone fracture between knee and foot. The doctor had used an old method for curing it. He had arranged the fractured bone and used some iron rods to hold the leg from m ...
Jul 17 2009 4:12am
... to correct any deformity associated with old fractures. This is a quite reputed technique ... more
Sep 14 2010 1:45am
Shock Waves for Stress Fractures Reports in the American Journal of Sports Medicine have found a new treatment remedy for stress fractures that seems to reduce recovery time. Good news, considering the injury can keep a runner out ...
Jul 28 2007 6:17pm
Chronic illnesses benefit greatly from shockwave therapy. This is simply becaus ... more
Sep 14 2010 1:50am
Bulking up Your Bones with Vitamin D When we think of our bones, we don't normally recognize that they are our very foundation: a living mass of tissue that supports our frames and keeps us healthy and spry. Unfortunately, the loss of ca ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Studies find PUFAs may protect bones A study by Penn State found that diets that include appropriate amounts of Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFAs) may help with bone resorption. This means it may slow down bone loss while allowing bon ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
It's also important to have some fat with salads. Otherwise you get filled up on veggies, ... more
Jun 07 2007 8:42am
Running is in my Bones It is, it really is. And as much as cynics say running will eventually wear me down to nothing, studies have shown that us runners tend to weigh less, be nonsmokers, have fewer chronic health problems ...
Jun 10 2007 7:26pm
Nutrition and Bone Health Forming and maintaining strong, healthy bones is critical to an active life style. Bones support the body, protect internal organs, and allow an amazing range of movement from sitting, standing, and w ...
Mar 06 2007 10:35am
Miss your period, miss your bones In a study of high school girl athletes characterized by their type of sport (high impact vs. repetitive) and the regularity of their menstrual periods, researchers found that the runners who miss som ...
Jun 25 2007 10:48am
... r months on end. Would that also affect your bone density? If so, then taking those pills ... more
Sep 08 2007 1:54pm
Antidepressants Linked to Bone Loss Those looking to get rid of stress and depression, take note... according to researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, the class of antidepressants known as selective serotoni ...
Jul 30 2007 3:15pm
My story with MS an a bone marrow stem cells transplant On the road to a bone marrow stem cell transplant in 2006     I was Dx in 2000 at age 28 when I lost my eyesite in my left eye of course. Gained my eyesite back with steroids. ...
Mar 23 2009 2:59am
Well thank you for such kind words!  I know I was on the same floor that I did my transp ... more
Sep 08 2009 9:32am
Female Hormones Strengthen the Bones of Men New research shows that estrogen, the female sex hormone, is also important for men's health. The estrogen in men's blood appears to be even more closely related to how strong their bone structure i ...
Mar 11 2008 2:55pm