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Qualifying for Disability with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that results when inflammation in the wrist causes nerve pressure. In addition to pain, individuals who suffer from the disorder can experience numbness in the thumb, index and middle fingers that leads to hand weakness over time and may cause people to frequently drop items. In some cases, […]

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

Gіvіng bіrth wіll nо dоubt bе оnе оf thе mоst mаgісаl mоmеnts оf уоur lіfе аnd tо еnsurе thаt уоur сhіld іs strоng аnd hарру, іt іs іmроrtаnt уоu dо аll уоu саn tо hаvе а hеаlthу рrеgnаnсу. То hеlр уоu аnd уоur bаbу оn уоur wау, thіs аrtісlе hаs соmріlеd а numbеr оf tірs […]

How to recognize ADHD symptoms in children

How to Recognize ADHD Symptoms in Children

There is no denying that as parents you put the welfare and well-being of your children at the top of your priority list. It is not surprising that you worry when you notice anything unusual in your child’s behavior. An overactive imagination, restlessness and extreme energy may cause you to think that your child has […]

best diet to ease an upset stomach

Best Diet to Ease an Upset Stomach

Having an upset stomach especially when you know that you have a lot of things to do can be a very hard thing for a lot of people because they know that even though they have to move and do what is expected of them, their upset stomach is hindering them from doing what they […]

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GM diet program – General motors fast weight loss plan

As the title states, this article is going to focus on a really effective diet that has considerable results in a mere 7 days of following it. Many people have admitted the results to be amazing even though it is a fairly new diet in town. What is the GM diet?   The diet was […]

Flexing Your Flexors: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a set of articles on hip stretches and exercises.  Check out Part 1. The other day we discussed a growing awareness and change in approach toward hip exercises.  Hip Flexor Exercises need to be focused and concentrated.  It is difficult to work many muscle groups at the same time as the […]

Flexing Your Flexors: Exercising Your Hips to Avoid Repetitive Strain Injuries

There’s more to your butt than just the gluteus maximus.  Check out that gluteus medius.  That’s right, I said it.  Gluteus medius weakness is the main reason for a number of repetitive strain injuries and overuse injuries in the lower half of the body.  The medius is the second largest of the three that make […]

5 Basic Shoulder Stretches at Work

Important Shoulder Stretches to Come Out Swinging

You wouldn’t think it’s neglected, but shoulders don’t get the attention they deserve.  When we correct our slouching in the desk chair, we focus on our backs.  But the shoulders hang everything in place.  Like the pull to the butt’s push, the shoulders stabilize your torso and keep your neck aligned.  With all that and […]

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Coffee: The Renaissance Drink

Coffee is addictive, putting itself on a list of increasingly scolded products that consumers love but shouldn’t have so much of.  But that reputation is more the fault of other, more caffeinated products whose effects combined with sugar and possibly other stimulant drugs can be overload for a lot of people: “A learned taste for […]

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The Mental Benefits of Exercise

I remember in college when I asked a professor how he was able to read two books a week, he responded, “The brain is (like) a muscle.  You need to exercise it.  The more you do, the more you can lift.”  And so I try to live that way.  Sports science and psychology have been […]