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Hi You could try loads of swimming, this way you can keep the weight of your joints, but you need to go for it, and be in the water at least 3 times...
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Well, it could be. Or it might not be.Low testosterone (or "low T") is the flavor-of-the-month in men's health. It's blamed for...
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I'd love to know this as well.  I have both a very low IgE as well as am PGE2 Deficient.  They don't play nicely together, and the...
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Running naked would be best, but then again, there will likely be other issues. Jock itch is also called tinea cruris. This is a yeast infection, and...
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There are no magic solutions to motivation, but I am pleased that you are doing this with a friend. How about a bet? Put some money on the line...
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Hi Perhaps this because your body will only go as far as it is. If I remember from my body building days some guys body's just wont go further...
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Its as easy as stepping into a swiimming pool / water no higher than shoulder blades.  But 1st pick up 2 cheap starfoam blocks that is...
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Hi Follow this WebMD link below it should help you, loads of info for your question.The link, http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/features/water...
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Hi Seeing as tests have come up blank, I would start doing a course of kegels, just google kegels and you should find out how to do them, there very...
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Maybe, but that depends on the extent of acoustic damage that you have in your inner ear. The best way to find out is stop listening to loud music...
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That would depend on the severity/degree of scoliosis and any associated symptoms, but in most cases, teens with scoliosis can participate in sports...
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Hi I would suggest you go get your blood pressure check out, its one of the things we can all get, but your find High Blood Pressure is behind it.Do...
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yes, any strenuous exercise for a long period will deplete your bodies electrolytes and should be replaced.
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Drained? Probably, not. It would be wise to be examined by your medical provider so this "lump" can be properly diagnosed and treated.
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