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Osteoarthritis treatment

There is a common belief that there is not much you can do for osteoarthritis because the joint damage has already occurred and can’t be reversed. However it is often the inflammation of the tissue surrounding the joint and instability from…
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Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

Feeling dizzy? You Could Have a Vestibular Disorder Do you experience dizziness? Perhaps when rolling into or over in bed, or turning your head to one side? Dizziness can be more than dehydration, a big night out, or a compulsion to spin in…

Physical Exercise: The magic bullet for Health

Regular Physical Exercise is the "Magic Bullet" In an editorial published in the current issue of Cardiology, professors from the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University have evaluated the totality of evidence and…
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Exercise and the Brain: A winning team

“The best way to improve mental performance, is to improve physical performance” – Tim Ferriss¹ So, how does exercise improve learning and memory?Learning requires repeated connection and communication between neurons in a process known…
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Shin Splints

‘Shin Splints’ is an outdated term which is now believed to cover many forms of anterior shin pain. What most people perceive to be ‘shin splints’ should actually be termed Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS). This condition typically…