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1,600 Roller Shoe Injuries Reported

...said last week that the agency knew of at least 64 roller shoe-related injuries and one death between Septem... wearing the shoes. 67 students were treated for roller shoe injuries at a hospital in Dublin over10 weeks Last summer. This news was reported in Junes Pedi...

Lithium Increases Gray Matter in Bipolar Brains

...nings of bipolar disorder — an illness marked by a roller coaster of emotions between mania and depression — are not well understood. Nor is it understood how lithium works in controlling these severe mood swings, even though it has been the standard treatment for some 50 years. These new findings suggest t...

Good Oral Health Practices Should Begin in Infancy

...tional activity, such as soccer, hockey, football, roller blading, riding a scooter and even bicycling should wear a mouth guard. There are "stock" mouth guards available in stores and a better-fitting variety, which are custom fitted by your dentist. Ask your dentist about using a mouth protector. Source...

Getting Nosey About Cold

...rs of zinc combined cold treatment, have been on a roller coaster ride off late. Zicam became popular after its product helped in cutting the length of cold bouts by 75%. But the company is facing a big blow in the form of a $12 million lawsuit due to complaints of side-effects from another product, nasal s...

Molecular Medicine And Diabetes

..." said Laurie Jaffe. "This disease is an emotional roller coaster. We had been through enough. We were determined not to get too excited." Because of the early age of onset, their pediatric endocrinologist, Deborah Edidin, had suspected that Lilly might not have the usual kind of Type 1 diabetes. Prior to...

Successfully Separated Conjoined Twins In A Critical Yet Stable Condition

... earlier in the day Benzschawel said, “It's been a roller coaster, you have a mix of every emotion possible pretty much the worst feeling.” Family members and friends also assembled in the room, to give their moral support to the parents and for helping them pass time by playing Monopoly. Shaw who was wea...

Health Hazards Faced By Small Children

... final study found ice skating more dangerous than roller skating or in line skating in causing injuries to children. Researches have advised wearing helmets and wrist guards especially when ice-skating to prevent head and facial injuries....

Bill Clinton On A Kill, To Bell The Bulge Out of Schools

...ich, fat laden diets that did not even cushion his roller coaster rides in life, instead landed him in serious health trouble, leading to a major bypass surgery. Now, with a new lease of life, Bill is on an anti-obesity initiative, with a motive to make the future generation, a leaner lot! Major players ha...

Roller-Coasters Isn’t The Perfect Place For Cardiac Patients To Be

The emotional stress caused out of a roller coaster ride could be sufficient enough to intensi...gular heart rhythms are not ideal candidates for a roller coaster ride. It is generally advisable to consult with your family physician or cardiologist regard...

Roller coaster takes brain for a big ride!!

Riding roller coasters may increase the risk of developing poten...known as subdural haematomas, after riding several roller coasters. The symptoms of blood clot includes difficulty in walking, vomiting, changes in mental ab...

Roller coasters – cause “Chronic Headache?

Startling findings reveal that the highly popular roller coaster rides that are invading all our amusement parks may not be safe after all! A kind of posttraumatic migraine might be induced on account the seemingly safe rides. In a specific incident that was studied by researchers, following one such ride...

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