Golf And Your Back

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Golfers will begin to head to the greens as soon as the first mild days of spring beckons them outside. However, a few months of relatively sedentary indoor activities during the winter months may have left some golfers vulnerable to back injuries associated with the sport. Golf, just as any other type of physical activity, requires at least a minimal level of fitness as well as an awareness of the potential for back injuries specific to the activity.…

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Your Toddler Needs To Wear A Holter Monitor? Here's What You Need To Know To Avoid Compromised Test Results

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If you’ve just returned home from a visit with your toddler’s pediatrician with an order for a Holter monitor test for a possible heart condition, you may be wondering what all is involved with the test and what you can do to ensure the test is not compromised in any way. After all, toddlers have minds of their own and may not like undergoing a Holter monitor test. Here’s what you need to know.…

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Kenyan Health And The Problem Of Dengue Fever

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Kenya is one African country that has had constant struggles with disease and the lack of proper healthcare. This is one reason why many Kenyan non profit charities have taken a direct approach in trying to stem the spread of illnesses. If you have considered donating money to such an organization or working for one of these charities, then you should understand some of the diseases that you are likely to come into contact with.…

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