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Pulled Abdominal Muscles Dec 31, 2014

Pulled abdominal muscles can be an annoyance and aggravating situation. The following article explains all of the types of stains as well as home remedies and treatment options. View Full Article...

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Dec 22, 2014

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common nerve compression condition that affects people who do repetitive tasks with their hands. Prevention and treatment are important to avoid nerve damage and muscle weakness. View Full Article...

Septic Arthritis Dec 03, 2014

Septic arthritis can be very painful and render the joint completely damaged if not treated in time. It is essential that treatment is sought immediately when symptoms are seen. The tests to diagnose the condition are also simple and can be done easily. View Full Article...

Reactive Arthritis Nov 02, 2014

Reactive arthritis, the product of a bodily infection, can be painful. However, through learning your risk factors and symptoms, you can learn to deal with this form of arthritis. View Full Article...

What Are Hiccups? Oct 22, 2014

Did you know that there are different causes, symptoms and complications associated with hiccups? So what are hiccups? Find out more and some ways of alleviating hiccups symptoms. View Full Article...

Burping Oct 22, 2014

Making small changes in lifestyle and dietary habits can largely curtail burping frequency and improve one’s physical comfort. Home remedies and preventive measures can further diminish the likelihood of burping due to presence of gas in the digestive tract. View Full Article...

Skeletal System Diseases Oct 22, 2014

Our skeletal system is a living organ and constantly undergoes breakdown and rebuilding. Knowing more about these conditions can allow earlier detection and treatment to minimize pain and disability. View Full Article...

Is Cracking Your Back Bad? Oct 19, 2014

Is cracking your back bad? While occasionally cracking your joints may not be dangerous, cracking regularly may cause you to ignore dangerous back problems. Learn how to crack your back in the right way. View Full Article...

Osteoporosis Oct 19, 2014

Weak bones due to osteoporosis increases one's risk of fractures, especially in elderly women. To prevent osteoporosis, a proper diet rich in calcium, protein and vitamin D plus regular exercise are necessary. View Full Article...

Swollen Ankles Oct 19, 2014

Swollen ankles can be the result of injuries, but should not be taken lightly because they may be a sign of a more serious condition. Nutritional strategies, as well as other simple home remedies should be taken to reduce inflammation and swollen ankles, legs and feet. View Full Article...

 
 
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