Saturday, December 3, 2011

Spinal Anatomy and Back Pain

By: Peter F. Ullrich, Jr., MD

Spinal anatomy is a remarkable combination of strong bones, flexible ligaments and tendons, large muscles and highly sensitive nerves. It is designed to be incredibly strong, protecting the highly sensitive nerve roots, yet highly flexible, providing for mobility on many different planes. Most of us take this juxtaposition of strength, structure and flexibility for granted in our everyday lives—until something goes wrong. Once we're in pain, we're driven to know what's wrong and what it will take to relieve the pain and prevent a recurrence.
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Rule of Marketing

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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Sticky Pudding With Sweet Sweet Tooth

Sticky Pudding With Sweet Sweet Tooth


Monday, October 10, 2011

Chicken Biryani

Well this one is very simple and uses very little spices. This chicken biryani is very popular in Delhi and Lucknow and does not use red chili pepper and turmeric.

Note: She uses olive oil to cook the chicken

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Who Dies from Heart Disease? New Research Defines Those at Highest Risk

Who Dies from Heart Disease? New Research Defines Those at Highest Risk
By Meredith Melnick

Heart disease is the leading killer of Americans, but many are still able to survive heart attacks. What determines who is able to overcome an attack and who succumbs? A team of researchers from the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center report in the British Medical Journal's Health that they may have an answer.

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