Stroke Mobility Options on The Horizon

Stroke Mobility Options on The Horizon

As time goes on, the medical field invents new technologies to help facilitate health and rehabilitation in all fields. Currently there are over seven million stroke survivors in the United States. Many of these survivors develop difficulties with walking. Scientists have created a new lightweight soft robotic exosuit that may be able to help stroke
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Negative Side Effects of Poor Posture

Negative Side Effects of Poor Posture

We’re taught at a young age that good posture is important, but just how important is it. Scientists and researchers have been investigating that question for years. A growing body of scientific evidence shows multiple problems caused by bad posture. The human spine has a certain natural curve to its shape. Poor posture can change
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Foods for Fighting Inflammation

Foods for Fighting Inflammation

One of the most common sources of pain for adults is rheumatoid arthritis. Much of this pain comes from inflammation. While medications are an option, there are also other ways to fight it. Below are some foods one can eat to help the body fight inflammation as recommended by The Arthritis Foundation. Fish is a
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Exercise Tips for Office Workers

Exercise Tips for Office Workers

The Department of Health and Human Services recommends at least 150 minutes a week of moderate exercise for optimum health. This can seem quite a daunting task to achieve if you work a sedentary job. However, it’s important to try. A recent study published by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine shows that office
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Quadricep Weakness May Be a Factor in Knee Pain

Quadricep Weakness May Be a Factor in Knee Pain

Out of all types of pain, knee pain may be the most prevalent among older adults. Knee pain is a hallmark of knee osteoarthritis. Over 27 million people have osteoarthritis with the knees being the most commonly affected area. The number of people dealing with knee pain is steadily rising over time. In fact, it’s
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