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Some data from the WHO for the elderly

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Place a clothespin on your ear for 5 seconds. The unexpected effect will surprise you

In your lifetime, you are bound to feel aches, pains, tiredness, and that is okay. We are human, and cannot always feel our best. But, sometimes with a little “kick” to our organs, they can release health benefits that will … Continue reading

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Making low-tech Assistive Technology and Adaptations

Low-tech assistive technology (AT) and adaptations are cheap and easy strategies that families and professionals can use to increase their children’s participation in daily activities and routines. If you have the right supplies, most of these ideas only take a … Continue reading

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Original bones can be replaced by 3D printed elastic ones

Who would have thought a plain white ink could transform bone surgery? The newly developed ink can be used to 3D-print flexible bone implants in any size, shape and form – from cylindrical leg bones to entire skulls. What is … Continue reading

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How yoga sequences can help you daily

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Sequence of exercises for shoulder separation

Perform the exercises above in the order of appearance Perform 1 series of 12 repetions of each movement Take rest of 30 seconds between series Note: Muscular pain can occur after 24h of performing those movements. This physical pain is … Continue reading

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Understanding musculoskeletal disorders

Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) are injuries or disorders of muscles, nerves, tendons, joints, cartilage, or spinal discs. MSD are considered work-related when the work activities and work conditions significantly contribute to their development or exacerbation but are not the sole determinant … Continue reading

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Absolutely inspiring photos to get you motivated to start training

 

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Disability is not a tabu!

RJ Mitte, the actor of Breaking Bad, TV series, has an inspiring message about how to go about your life – with or without a disability. RJ Mitte, who has cerebral palsy, also spoke about why we need more people … Continue reading

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How to Beat Marathon Muscle Cramps

The most commonly sustained injury when training for running a marathon is muscle cramps. Cramps occur when the body runs out of energy, fluid and electrolytes or when the muscles overheat during exercise. Fortunately, cramps are preventable. Check the tips … Continue reading

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