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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 because it crea ... more
Sep 14 2010 1:50am
Frequent long-haul flights hard on the body Airplane crew and passengers who frequently fly between several time zones face a number of health problems including disruptions in a woman's menstrual cycle and even short-term psychiatric disturban ...
Mar 30 2007 12:21pm
ADHD & Medadate Frequent Urination My son is 5 years old.  This past summer 09 we found out that he is ADHD.  He has been on the meds since Sept.  Now when he is on it he has to go to the bathroom.  He will empty his blatter, then li ...
Dec 25 2009 8:35am
they don't usually give medidate to under 6 years old because of unknown side effects, but ... more
Dec 28 2009 9:47am
Eat Smaller Portions More Frequently Americans tend to eat way too much in one sitting. Part of the problem is that when we dine out, we are given these huge mega-platters of food and then expect this as a standard portion. Well, food po ...
Jun 30 2007 11:45pm
It's not just at restaurants that the portions are out of control. I do the same thing at ... more
Sep 12 2007 5:57am
Home Remedy I am interested in any offer of advice here. For the past 2 years I have been suffering from spinal compression fractures, and on Percocet. Well, I havne't had any recent fractures and going off the m ...
Jan 28 2009 4:33pm
hello,I know first hand what you are experiencing the safest and most comfortable way to ... more
Sep 02 2009 4:59am
No More Milk! The British Medical Journal has recently reported that milk may not be a useful source of calcium. The editorial shows that there is not as much evidence to suggest drinking milk helps to build str ...
Aug 21 2007 11:55am
I'm not sure the jury is in on the availability or benefit of calcium in milk. The study s ... more
Oct 12 2007 12:04pm
ankle injuries I sprained my ankle badly on a run back in May. I was told to stay off of it for a month. Since then the farest i have been able to run is 3-4 miles but my ankle hurts through it. I need to know some ...
Aug 27 2007 6:28pm
If you are still having pain after many months, you should definitely have your ankle reex ... more
Mar 04 2009 7:50am
Marvelous Marathon Mom I thought this was a pretty incredible story. British world record-holding marathon runner Paula Radcliffe won the women's division of the New York City Marathon just nine months after giving birth. ...
Dec 29 2007 12:36pm
Knee pain I'm 22 and have been an athlete my whole life, in Oct 2008 I tore my ACL playing field hockey at school, had surgery, then fractured my patella and had major surgery again 2 weeks after the first.   ...
Apr 08 2010 8:35pm
Check out this article that was posted on my blog about knee pain.  Let me know if you h ... more
May 18 2010 9:57am