Symptoms and Treatment of Tennis Elbow

May 28, 2015

What Is Tennis Elbow? Also commonly referred to as lateral epicondylitis by the medical community, tennis elbow is a condition that involves the outer part of a person’s elbow becoming sore and experiencing a tender sensation. The underlying medical issue...

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Best Exercises During Pregnancy

May 14, 2015

Whether you are expecting a single baby or multiple, pregnancy puts your body to the test with an incredible number of changes. Most notably, a constantly growing belly and frequent hormone fluctuations put an immense amount of strain on your...

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Male Smokers at Higher Risk for Osteoporosis and Fractures

April 30, 2015

A study recently published in the Annals of American Thoracic Society had some interesting findings regarding the impact of smoking on bone density and fractures. Researchers studied over 3,000 current and former smokers between 45 and 80 years old. All...

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Best Cardio Workouts for Knee Pain Sufferers

April 27, 2015

Many people suffering from knee pain may not be exercising properly. There is an assumption that a low-impact session that will go easy on the knees won’t give a high-intensity cardio workout with discourages people from working out. This, however, is likely to cause...

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Simple Changes that Could Prevent Common Running Injuries

April 15, 2015

Anyone who runs regularly has likely experienced an injury of some degree. Experts vary in their opinions on the common causes of running injuries. Some blame runners’ form while others accuse the surfaces on which they run or their bodies. Others look...

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5 Practices That Can Help Prevent Carpal Tunnel

December 10, 2014

With the advent of the personal computer, the average office has made leaps and bounds in productivity. Everything from sales to communications and marketing to administrative and clerical work are all handled at desktop computers. The convenience comes at a...

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The Difference Between Chronic and Acute Pain

November 12, 2014

Pain is often the body’s way of indicating that something is wrong. This form of pain is typically associated with acute conditions. However, sometimes pain is a condition itself rather than a symptom of a condition. This type of discomfort is...

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