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Nonspecific Lower Back Pain in Adults

Nonspecific Lower Back Pain in Adults

🕔21:54, 10.Jun 2014

IBS Network About 8 in 10 people have one or more bouts of low back pain. In most cases, it is not due to a serious disease or serious back problem, and the exact cause of the pain is not

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Prolapsed Disc (Slipped Disc)

Prolapsed Disc (Slipped Disc)

🕔18:47, 10.Jun 2014

A prolapsed disc often causes severe lower back pain. The disc often presses on a nerve root which can cause pain and other symptoms in a leg. In most cases, the symptoms ease off gradually over several weeks. The usual

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Aging changes in the bones – muscles joints

Aging changes in the bones – muscles joints

🕔22:44, 29.May 2014

Changes in posture and gait (walking pattern) are common with aging as changes in the skin and hair. The skeleton provides support and structure to the body. Joints are the areas where bones come together. They allow the skeleton to

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Taming Your Trouble Spots: Back Fat (WebMD)

Taming Your Trouble Spots: Back Fat (WebMD)

🕔13:50, 26.May 2014

Taming Your Trouble Spots: Back Fat (WebMD)

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Aspirin for Cardiovascular Prevention—Decide With Your Doctor

Aspirin for Cardiovascular Prevention—Decide With Your Doctor

🕔19:02, 16.May 2014

By Michael J. Blaha, MD, MPHMay 16, 2014 In small doses, daily aspirin use can help thin the blood and protect against heart attacks and strokes. Aspirin use, however, comes at a big price: an increased risk of bleeding. How

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Slipped Disc – Symptoms, Causes, and Cautions

Slipped Disc – Symptoms, Causes, and Cautions

🕔19:51, 10.May 2014

The pain and discomfort that a condition, like slipped disc carries with it, is better left undescribed. However, what may be described are the indicants and potent causes that demand immediate attention in order to curb the condition without delay.

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Herniated disk

Herniated disk

🕔19:03, 10.Mar 2014

By Mayo Clinic Staff A herniated disk refers to a problem with one of the rubbery cushions (disks) between the individual bones (vertebrae) that stack up to make your spine. A spinal disk is a little like a jelly donut,

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Slipped disc – What are the symptoms of a slipped disc?

Slipped disc – What are the symptoms of a slipped disc?

🕔18:31, 10.Feb 2014

BMJ Group Medical Reference webmd Back pain can be caused by many different things. Only about 1 in 25 people withpain in their lower back have a slipped disc.[1] If you have a slipped disc, the pain is caused by the damaged disc pressing

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Herniated Disc Defined and Explained

Herniated Disc Defined and Explained

🕔18:39, 10.Jan 2014

By Mark Flood, D.O. Chances are you’ve heard of herniated discs. However, unless you’ve been diagnosed with this specific condition, it’s likely you don’t know exactly what a herniated disc is, beyond the fact that a herniated disc is located

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SEVERAL MUSCLE BUILDING TIPS AND TRICKS

SEVERAL MUSCLE BUILDING TIPS AND TRICKS

🕔22:28, 30.Sep 2009

Modifying and sterilization your body, in step with how fit your needs it, isn’t kept away from the effort. Knowing the fundamental components of the muscle-building is a way to go and make the way easier than expected. Here we

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