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Body Aches and Chills Jan 27, 2016

Causes of body aches and chills can be plenty such as virus, chronic fatigue syndrome or influenza. Compare the symptoms you may have and see a doctor soon. View Full Article...

Charlie Horse in Calf Jan 25, 2016

Charlie horse in calf is a leg cramp that often occurs at night or while exercising. Proper hydration, nutrition, warming up helps to prevent occurrence. View Full Article...

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed? Jan 22, 2016

Can osteoporosis be reversed? Not exactly, but it can be slowed down or stopped with medications, proper diet, and routine exercise. Regular test is also vital for women over 65. View Full Article...

Knock Knee Correction Jan 20, 2016

Desperate for some knock knee correction methods? Here are 12 effective ways of correcting knock knee, including exercises, enough vitamin intake, surgery…… View Full Article...

Bone Cancer Treatment Jan 20, 2016

Bone cancer treatment can involve surgical techniques (most commonly used), radiation, chemotherapy, etc. However, there may be some side effects of it. View Full Article...

Why Does My Lower Back Hurt When I Run? Jan 19, 2016

Why does my lower back hurt when I run? It may happen due to different reasons such as simple muscle strain or something serious like a pinched nerve. Avoid it with proper habits. View Full Article...

Stress Fracture in Foot Jan 14, 2016

A stress fracture in foot can be discomforting but is rarely immobilizing. RICE and casting can be of help, but it's important to have it checked to know the severity for sure. View Full Article...

Osgood-Schlatter in Adults Jan 10, 2016

Osgood-Schlatter in adults is rare but can occur. Know why it happens, what symptoms to look out, how to diagnose and solve this knee pain causing situation here! View Full Article...

How to Realign Your Hips Jan 07, 2016

How to realign your hips? Here are 8 great but easy exercises for you. Besides, you can turn to therapist for help or correct the misalignment by surgery. View Full Article...

Ruptured Baker's Cyst Dec 30, 2015

A Baker’s cyst occurs when fluid accumulated in the back of the knee. If it bursts, you have a ruptured Baker’s cyst, which may cause redness and swelling in lower leg. View Full Article...

 
 
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