Which Healthcare Professional Is Right for You?

You have an ache or a pain. Maybe it’s been nagging you for some time, or maybe it’s brand new. Maybe it’s the result of a stumble and fall, or maybe it’s come out of nowhere with no warning. Maybe it’s getting harder to live with, and it

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Causes and Treatment of Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Your shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body. Just think of all the things you do with it, all the things you reach for and pick up, and all the wide ranging up, down, forward, and back directions you can move your arm. The trade-off for th

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How Does Exercise Affect Osteoarthritis?

If you’re bothered by osteoarthritis, you might be concerned by the effects of exercise on your condition. With pain in your knee joints, for example, just the thought of the added stress from exercise could be enough to keep you on the couch. But

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Take Action Now to Reduce the Risk of Dementia Later

Concerns about dementia are on the rise as our population ages. How do we prevent it? How do we cure it? How do we accommodate people who have it? We will likely be seeking answers to these questions for many years to come, and judging by a recent

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Which Came First, the Happy Person or the Active Person?

Looking for a little extra happiness? Move. No, we’re not talking about packing your house into a U-Haul and heading for the coast. All you really need to do is get out of your chair and take a stroll around the office. That’s the conclusion d

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Short Bursts of Exercise Can Add up to Better Health

We should all be familiar by now with the government’s official Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, which recommend that for substantial health benefits, adults should get at least 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise (or at least 75 m

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