Everything You Need To Know About Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

Recently, gluten-free diets and wheat avoidance have become a popular campaign as more and more people experience symptoms of adverse reactions to food items that contain gluten. This is probably because a lot of packaged and processed food being sold on supermarket shelves or meals being served in most restaurants contain wheat or a wheat…

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Why Some Doctors Give the Wrong Medical Advice

Anesthesiologist and pain specialist Dr. Kevin Cuccaro has had a successful practice, but despite that, he feels he can do much more. He also feels that the entire medical community can do a whole lot more for the vast numbers of people suffering from chronic illnesses like hypertension, obesity and recurrent body or joint pain.…

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10 Tips to Relieve Inflamed and Puffy Skin

Skin inflammation is a common condition that affects a lot of people. It can cause facial redness, swelling, dryness, and even a puffy appearance in some areas. It occurs when the body reacts to irritants or when it tries to fight off infections. Skin inflammation can be triggered by a number of reasons that include…

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Meniscus Tear Treatment and Rehabilitation

Welcome to this article on meniscus tear. Enjoy the article and make sure to read to the end if  you would like to look at the other parts to this article on meniscus tear and meniscus tear exercises. Meniscus Tear Treatment and Rehabilitation There are certain factors that should be considered when creating your meniscus…

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Keys to Personal Training Baby Boomer Clients

Today I have an interview for you from Dan Ritchie on keys to personal training baby boomer clients. Enjoy! Rick Kaselj: Ok. So what would be the one thing that fitness professionals could do right now to make their fitness business more appealing to baby boomers? Dan Ritchie: One that they could do to make their business…

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Exercise After C-Section with Carmen Bott

Hey this is Rick Kaselj from exercisesforinjuries.com. Today, I have another interview with a fitness professional and we will talk about injuries and exercises. We will focus on C-section. I am going to get Carmen, who is the expert person that I am going to interview today to introduce herself and we’ll get into the…

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Shawna Kaminski on Challenge Workouts

Rick Kaselj:  Hey this is Rick Kaselj from exercisesforinjuries.com. Today, I have another interview for you and we’re going to talk about challenge workouts and what challenge workouts are. So I have Shawna Kaminski on the line and I will get Shawna to introduce herself. Shawna Kaminski:  Hey Rick, great to talk to you. My name…

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Frozen Shoulder Exercises

FROZEN SHOULDER EXERCISES Frozen shoulder exercises are a crucial part of the treatment plan for patients diagnosed with frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder exercises are intended to: reduce pain increase the elasticity of the contracted capsule promote shoulder mobility improve the strength of the rotator cuff muscles Frozen shoulder exercises are also essential in the prevention…

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Frozen Shoulder Symptoms

Lets talk about frozen shoulder symptoms. Before we can get into frozen shoulder symptoms, lets start with the anatomy of the shoulder. Another article that might help you is What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen Shoulder Anatomy In 1934, Codman described frozen shoulder syndrome as a musculoskeletal condition that is difficult and complex to define, treat,…

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Cancer Prevention and the Copenhagen Male Study

We have heard for years that exercise prevents breast cancer, but it is not until recently that it has been absolutely and definitively been proven by researchers that this is true!  We know exercise helps but scientific proof about this has always been a bit dodgy because in order to be accurate the research had…

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