Monthly Archives: July 2013
Concerns About Dementia Screening
A push for early detection and treatment, even in the absence of cognitive symptoms, of the amyloid plaques that indicate a risk for Alzheimer’s and other dementias has some researchers worried.
Lastest Treadmill News
Latest treadmill tech unveiled Bix 7 weekend
Before Glen Schroeder got on a new type of treadmill, the Davenport man was able to walk 100 feet at most, and that required the use of heavy-duty assistance devices. Mostly confined to a motorized wheelchair, Schroeder, 66, is one of the patients who …
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Robert Gill Training Video Goes Viral
Gill uploaded a video yesterday to YouTube simply titled, “Robert Gill Arizona Cardinals 25MPH treadmill.” The video, seen below, shows Gill running as fast as the treadmill will allow him as it maxes out at 25MPH. The video, which has since gone viral …
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The Morning Line, 7/8, Reds on a treadmill
Top of the mornin' Mobsters, from sunny Orlando, home of Mickey, Goofy and Reggie Williams. Older members of the Morning Mob will remember No. 57 quite well… 14-year Bengal starter on both Bowl teams, highly underrated linebacker. Also, city …
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Scientists Seek to Rein In Diagnoses of Cancer
Some of the top scientists in cancer research are recommending sweeping changes in the approach to detection and treatment, including eliminating the word cancer entirely from some common diagnoses.
A Race to Save the Orange by Altering Its DNA
Growers turned to genetics in hopes of building a tougher orange tree. But what intervention would the public accept?
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Tomatoes Plain and Simple
Martha Rose Shulman turns to tomatoes for her annual Recipes for Health tomato week.
When the Patient Is Racist
Since Hippocrates, physicians have embraced the ideal of caring for all patients, regardless of who they might be. But what does the doctor do when the patient discriminates?
Well: Ask Well: Leg Cramp Relief
Nighttime leg cramps are a common problem. A handful of remedies may provide relief.
Lastest Exercise Machines News
An outdoor gym for Kyiv's toughest
The outdoor Kachalka gym in Kyiv's Hydropark has attracted the city's fitness fans since the 1970s. The set of more than 150 exercise machines is free for everyone to use. The machines are made of scrap metal, but that doesn't diminish the popularity …
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Get Fit: Strength training top way to get in shape
It's this simple: strength training. Strength training is when resistance is used to challenge your muscles in order to gain strength and endurance. You could do this with traditional weights, exercise bands, medicine balls, cable machines, sandbags …
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