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For many aching backs, getting a professional massage is an infrequent luxury, leaving relief from muscle kinks and tension to the generous, if unreliable, hands of loved ones. And so, barring such kindness, as one often must, we can knead our own...
email@example.comParkway Neurosciences and Spine Institute plans to expand into a new, $8.84 million medical office building next to its current office on Western Maryland Parkway, according to a Washington County building permit. The permit, approved May 11, is for...
Kaplan University provides a quality education To the editor: An Aug. 28 story in The Herald-Mail seemed to suggest that for-profit institutions, like Kaplan University, do not provide a high-quality education. The article quoted Hagerstown Community...
PIX11.comJennifer Dye Visscher, artist, blogger and social media health activist began her love affair with apples a year ago. And on September 30, 2011, Jenna will paint the Big Apple in style. Jenna has been painting an apple a day for the past year. Why? To...
Chopping Block - Seminoles Blog - Orlando SentinelAlright, I interrupt all the Florida State football cliff-jumping for this little dose of reality. While it's easy at this time to get caught looking at everything that has gone wrong with the Seminoles to this point in the season, and while it's easy...
Nation NowA whale with severe scoliosis obviously can't swim properly. So SeaWorld Orlando, together with local experts, teamed up to create a brace for a pilot whale with severe curvature of the spine, or scoliosis....
Kristine Timpert's quirky little book "If Babies Did Crunches" tries to sugarcoat an important message for adults: Beware of crunches. The not-just for-kids book stresses that if you really want to banish tummy flab or back pain, clean up your diet and...
Fox59Of the three bullets that entered and exited Officer Moore's body, two went through his face and came out of the back of his neck. Doctors at Wishard say the bullets hit the boney part of his spine but not his spinal cord. They also missed his brainstem:...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, Back, Health, Human Body
Doctors have told James Vollmer that he has just a 5 percent chance of walking again. But the Jamestown College track and football senior standout from Rapid City has spent much of his life overcoming long odds, and the coaches who know him best are...
Tags: Injuries and Wounds, Boston Marathon, Health, Sports, Marathon
South Dakota's Derek Miles will start the 2011 track and field season as the top American pole vaulter in Track and Field News Magazine's world rankings. Miles is ranked fourth in the world. This is the third consecutive year Miles has been ranked first...
The 33 NewsCelebrity women love their bags--Victoria Beckham's bag is as big as she is and Cameron Diaz needs two hands to carry her bag. Bags are bigger now because of all the goodies women carry with them. Laura Whelton is a two bag girl--one for the gym and one...
Tags: Shoulders, Cameron Diaz, Victoria Beckham, Human Body
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