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Rounding Up Rodeo Injuries Helps in Prevention

...is opening a registry for catastrophic injuries in pro rodeo to get a better idea of how frequently cowboys around the world are seriously hurt. As of today, says Butterwick, anyone, anywhere in the world can access this database and report a catastrophic injury. By catastrophic we mean life-changing, ...

Toxicology Test Will Give Me Answers-Benoits Dad

The father of pro wrestler Chris Benoit said Friday that he was eager to see whether chemical tests can help explain why Benoit killed his wife and son and committed suicide. The bodies of the bodies of Chris, Nancy, and seven-year-old Daniel was found in their home...

So Called Benefits of Nicotine

...ch linked tobacco with sex, youth and glamour. The pro smoking campaigners are now saying that research findings prove that smoking may lessen the risk of Parkinson's disease. It may also reduce the risk of hypertension and certain forms of cancer. Even smoker’s children have the benefit of suffering fro...

E-gym is the latest fad: bring the gym home online!

...health advice. Raphael Calzadilla, chief fitness pro at eDiets.com, says, 'This is really the cutting edge stuff. This is the next wave of online fitness.' Another health industry pro, Jas Singh, president of California-based SlimTree.com, puts it , 'People can watch them at home, at work or in a hote...

New Network To Ease Blood donation In India

...find someone who is willing to donate your group - pro bono - through this network. Or you can register as a blood donor yourself. Indianblooddonors.com is an SMS- and email-based alert system for voluntary blood donors. It alerts registered blood donors in "real time" whenever there's an emergency. Cr...

Vegan(ism) not so 'in' and healthy for children

...s a controversy of sorts between the scientist and pro vegans. No conclusive statement can be made at this stage....

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