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Osteoporosis and the Meeks Method

Special thanks to Bridget Johnson for her presentation on osteoporosis and the meeks method at Steward UMC! Here is a great hymn lifting up a wonderful spiritual lesson: “It is Well with My Soul.” My answer is that it is well with my soul. 35 more words

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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 usefulness talking to your doctor about this test since we know that kidney stones can be associated with heart disease down the line. 64 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 procure 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. 219 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 mortals who develop recurring kidney stones may also have high levels of calcium deposits in their blood vessels, and that could simplify their increased risk for heart disease, new research suggests. 258 more words

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Seminar Kesehatan : Osteoporosis bersama BSMI

Neurotouch – Seminar Kesehatan: Osteoporosis
Oleh: dr. Basuki Supartono, SpOT, MARS – BSMI

Pada tanggal 28 Maret 2015 BSMI mengadakan seminar kesehatan tentang osteoporosis. Kegiatan ini dilaksanakan di Kantor BSMI, Condet, Jakarta Timur. 184 more words

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My jaw dropped when I watched this:

This video is a mix of osteoporosis facts and pitching DXA (which is kind of annoying*). Additionally, this video does not include data on transgendered individuals or anyone outside the U.S. 125 more words

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Today’s Back Pain Treatment

Back pain is the number one complaint chronic pain sufferers have.

It’s common to have it at some point in your lifetime. Normal back pain lasts a day or two and goes away, for most people. 313 more words

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