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Damage Control for Bad Eating Sure, it's easy to slip up when it comes to diets or even that intangible promise we make to ourselves to "start eating better." Having that extra dessert, splurging on cocktails at happy hour, an ...
Jul 27 2007 12:16pm
Injury Defiance Can Lead to Damage As a dancer, I have experienced injury, and I have witnessed the nasty injuries of others first hand. If you are heavily involved in sports, chances are that sooner or later you are going to get hur ...
Nov 12 2007 2:40pm
ankle ligament damage Hey, I was playing my 1st game back for my local soccer team yesterday when i got this injury . I came on at half time & was straight in the mix putting myself about & getting on the ball straight a ...
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Sep 26 2010 10:22am
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Apr 16 2013 3:48am
Standing on Scale Daily Won't Cause Psychological Damage According to a news brief on Runnersworld.com, several studies show that daily weigh-ins help people lose weight. But other argue that such a strict routine could lead to psychological problems. At ...
Aug 12 2007 9:48am
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm
An Alternative to Chiropractic Therapy: Rolfing If you're suffering chronic pain that a dozen trips to the chiropractor haven't made any better, you may want to check out one of the hottest trends around: Rolfing. Rolfing was developed by Dr. Ida P ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Rolfing looks relaxing.  Looks like pressure points in a way. more
Aug 27 2009 1:07pm
Clean Air, Clean Arteries A friend of mine is supposed to run the L.A. Marathon with me, but she has reneged on her decision with the excuse that polluted L.A. air will corrode her lungs. While I thin ...
Aug 28 2007 4:12pm
Harry Potter and his Magical Beans! The famed wizard, Harry Potter, may have accumulated more life-saving tools than just those learned at the esteemed Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It turns out P ...
Jul 25 2007 7:24pm
And don't forget, Harry Potter series promote exercise and team sports as well! Not only d ... more
Oct 06 2007 8:28am
Training for your first half-marathon We're all different and can train at different levels. Here are my thoughts for your consideration (I'm assuming you're training for your first half) 1. Work up to 35-40 miles per week, doing one ...
Dec 06 2008 9:38pm