Electrotherapy Equipment – for Better Treatment

October 26, 2016

Electrotherapy Equipment – for Better Treatment

Being the real wealth for an individual, one needs to keep a check on health and various movements of the body parts. There are many therapies that are discovered to help an individual while struggling with health in general and movement of a body part in particular. The physiotherapy is one of the branches of medical science that deals with all these issues and try to improve the fitness of the patient over a period.

St. Louis Archway Bridge: Are they UFOs?

August 18, 2016

Recently, a suspicious flickering light and an unidentified flying object were observed late at night in St. Louis near the familiar landmark Arch Bridge. This location happens to be a rather normal one in which previous proclaimed “UFO” sightings have taken place in the past.

Usefulness of tai-chi to escape from the pain of knee joint conveniently

July 27, 2016

Tai-chi is a traditional form of Chinese martial art which is very much beneficial to health besides guaranteeing solid physical defense. It is considered to be the most traditional form of meditation in China which involves deep breathing along with slow movements of the fluids. According to a latest study, it has been found that this traditional Chinese form of meditation can be the most ideal substitute of general physical therapy in reducing pain among the people who are suffering from the problem of knee osteoarthritis. Apart from causing knee pain, this problem is also responsible for the cause of disability of various types among older adults.

Healthy Living: Unsaturated v. Saturated Fats

July 21, 2016

Recent studies by scientific researchers and scholars at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have found that replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats can dramatically decrease the likelihood of early mortality, as well as various illnesses and disease.

Do Workouts Increase Your Appetite or Dulls It?

June 11, 2016

Nutritionists and dietitians have long believed that exercise(s) helped in whetting an individual’s appetite. However, if two recent small trials are to be believed, workouts actually suppressed one’s appetite or food cravings. Young men and women, some who exercised regularly and some that were under diet-control, participated in two miniature clinical trials. All of them exhausted the same amount of calories either by exercising routinely or by eating less. It was observed that individuals who worked out habitually consumed much less food at a buffet compared to those were dieting.

Eye Care Made Affordable

May 4, 2016

In recent scientific development a New Zealand (junior) doctor by the name of Hong Sheng Chiong innovated a new set of various technological tools required to perform basic (to advanced) ophthalmic examinations and diagnosis. These diagnosis in which would have otherwise cost tens, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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