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Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium. Part 3 of 3

Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium – Part 3 of 3

So “If you are having recurring kidney stones, it may be merit talking to your doctor about this test since we know that kidney stones can be associated with heart disease down the line. 61 more words

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Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium. Part 2 of 3

Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium – Part 2 of 3

Not only did the investigators recover that those with recurring kidney stones made of calcium have higher calcium deposits in their abdominal aortas, but they also had less dense bones than those who did not have kidney stones. 217 more words

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Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium. Part 1 of 3

Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium – Part 1 of 3

Kidney Stones And High Levels Of Calcium. Some relatives who develop recurring kidney stones may also have high levels of calcium deposits in their blood vessels, and that could resolve their increased risk for heart disease, new research suggests. 257 more words

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Ab Education

Welcome to Abdominal Education! While writing this I was surprised at how little I actually knew about my core and which muscles did what. I’d bet I’m not the only one who could use a little extra education on those important muscles. 970 more words

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Oh Captain, my Captain's...Chair...

Planks after sit-ups after crunches—they’re all similar moves that provide frustrating results or lack thereof. We’ve heard it before; abdominal exercises done on the floor don’t leave you with the six-pack you wanted. 445 more words

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Breaking down the Pilates Roll Down

Chances are if you take a pilates class be it mat or reformer you will do some roll-downs. Or maybe quite a few! To get the most out of this exercise – you need to do it right. 423 more words

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April - Day 1 - A is for Abs



At one point in time it was photo challenges per month now it’s fitness challenges. As a pole dancer, it’s important for me to constantly aim to try and build muscle and workout so I can build my strength to try new and more challenging positions. 176 more words