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Magnesium - Total Health of Mind & Body

Magnesium is needed for every cell, it translates throughout the health of your total mind and body. It comes up within my Kinesiology client sessions regularly, related to the effects of stress, adrenal function and nutrition assimilation. 2,477 more words

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Biomechanics article discussion post #2

Ok, I may have gotten a little distracted since Post #1. I ended up realizing that I would need to dive into a bunch of other articles to really do a proper discussion if the first article, and as the post turned into a full on literature review it got *really* out of hand. 918 more words

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Watch Out for Falling Icicles

SUNDAY, Jan. 25, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Icicles may be beautiful, but they can also be dangerous, an emergency medicine doctor warns.

“An icicle is like a sharp, stiletto-shoe heel-like dagger. 309 more words

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Personal Randoms 2015

Dear Anonymous,

Just before we went on vacation last summer i was talking to my grandmother. We started to call each other more since I left home but it wasn’t regularly. 1,899 more words

[REVIEW] Medical Complications Post Stroke | EBRSR - Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation - Full Text PDF

Abstract

Medical issues post stroke are those which are within the domain of the doctor and the nurses, but are unrelated to secondary stroke prevention. Not only do these complications occur relatively frequently, but they have also been shown to contribute to poor outcome. 70 more words

:: Kunci Agar Terhindar dari Osteoporosis ::

Osteoporosis kerap dianggap sebagai penyakit wajar yang dialami orang-orang ketika usianya makin bertambah. Meski demikian, bukan berarti sejak usia muda tak bisa dilakukan pencegahan agar tak terkena osteoporosis di kemudian hari. 172 more words

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keeping your back straight

I’ve been working hard to learn to move with my back straight.  I knew that forward bending was something to avoid –  small fractures in the front of the spine lead to more fractures– a cumulative process that is hard to stop once started.   118 more words