Trainer Juan Guillen dem
We've been told to stand up straight as long as we've been able to stand, but sometimes it's harder than it seems.
I was trying not to feel stressed as the traffic backed up and then stopped. I was, after all, on my way to a seminar entitled "Stress, Anxiety and Depression." I took a deep breath - which was later confirmed as a great stress reliever.
To look good in their infamously skimpy bikinis, food-loving Brazilians must watch what they eat. So it is no surprise that in her recent cookbook, "The Brazilian Kitchen," Letitia Moreinos Schwartz, a Braziliera from Ipanama, offers lighter versions of popular Brazilian dishes while still giving them alluring flavor.
University of California-Irvine neurobiologists have discovered a protein complex in neurons that is essential to long-term memory formation and is also corrupted in the brains of people with some developmental disabilities such as autism.
Seems there has been a bit of confusion (understatement) about some recent studies on the effect of sodium on "health" versus "blood pressure."
Owning a cane, wheelchair or walker is a little bit like owning a car, said Brad Barnhart, a physical therapist at North Oaks, a senior living community in Pikesville, Md. Skip maintenance, and it could lead to unsafe conditions. Barnhart, with more than 25 years of experience in senior living settings, provides some tips on keeping medical devices in good shape.
Question: For the past couple of weeks, my calves have been swollen. They don't hurt, but I definitely notice my socks are tighter than normal. What could be the cause?
HACKENSACK - Sensors under the mattresses of elderly residents with dementia track how much they sleep at night. Others in the showers note how often they bathe, while sensors in the walls watch over their movements.
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Trainer: Davi Kane, Body in Balance in Linwood
Summer break means more fun in the sun, but there's nothing fun about a sunburn. Just a few serious sunburns can increase your child's risk of skin cancer later in life. Even a tan indicates damage from the sun's ultraviolet rays. Each year, more than 9,000 people die in the U.S. from melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Here are tips to protect your child:
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