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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 ... more
Sep 14 2010 1:50am
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
Chinese restaurants a nutritionist's nightmare, group says The typical Chinese restaurant menu is a sea of nutritional no-nos, a consumer group has found. A plate of General Tso's chicken, for example, is loaded with about 40 percent more sodium and more tha ...
Mar 22 2007 11:55am
Turkish people eat soooo healthy! I was recently in Istanbul Turkey and was shocked at how healthy they ate. I went out to a bar and along side their beers, they ate fresh fruit and vegetables...plates of it and nothing else. I have ...
Oct 17 2007 3:09am
Even the Japanese have very good eating habits. They do not use too much oil (atleast that ... more
Oct 18 2007 5:49am
Soothe Those Overworked Muscles with a Freezing Cold Bath Sounds like torture, right? Well, it feels like it at first, but the tried-and-true ice bath has become par for the course in the elite camp, and a practice any competitive athlete should consider. As ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
You know how you?ll feel really sore a couple of days after a tough workout? Well that's ... more
Oct 01 2007 11:43am
The Knee Bone is Connected to the - Ouch! A lot of people suffer with knee problems. The knee is one of the most fragile parts of the body because it has to take on so much of the body's weight. It's constantly moving, bending and absorbing s ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Trekking Poles I highly recommend trekking poles. While they can be pricey, they add shock absorption to protect your knees and ankles, plus they increase calories burned, while seemingly easing the exertion. Also ...
Aug 22 2007 12:54pm
I've been seeing plenty of people with trekking poles on hikes, and was considering gettin ... more
Sep 04 2007 2:10pm
Spicy Chemicals Processed food is not the only thing laden with unpronounceable ingredients. Have you checked out your spice rack lately? We have several seasonings for chicken, steak etc. I was pretty sure I'd fi ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
The secret of getting organized This is a really cute story. Once Albert Einstein was being interviewed and the reporter asked for his phone number. Sure, said Einstein. He opened the phone directory, looked up his number, ...
Sep 26 2007 6:04am
Ha ha, this is really funny. Of course, Einstein was a bit of a strange guy, but it does m ... more
Aug 24 2008 5:15pm
Mediterranean diet wards off allergies: study A Mediterranean-style diet rich in fruits, vegetables and olive oil can help reduce childhood respiratory allergies and asthma, researchers reported on Thursday. Their study of children living on the ...
Apr 05 2007 11:16am
The Med diet can be a significant inflammation influencer, as marked by CRP levels in th ... more
Sep 22 2009 2:46pm