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Dr. Lee's Spine Center Announces Passive and Active Therapy Treatment for Car Accident Injuries

QUEENS, N.Y., June 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lee's Spine Center announced new treatment guidelines recommending a combination of passive and active therapy treatments for car accident injuries. The Queens chiropractor says that integrating these two treatment approaches delivers the greatest benefit for patients. Active therapies are treatments like physiotherapy, during which patients activel...

Do I need to stretch before exercising?

Do I need to stretch before exercising?From weekend warriors to elite athletes, we’re often told we should stretch before exercising but new research has cast doubt on this age-old practice. Research suggests stretching before exercise is unlikely to reduce your risk of injury, improve your performance or prevent sore muscles. But while it won’t necessarily do you any good, there’s no eviden...

Stretching won’t prevent tendon injuries

(Reuters Health) - - Tendon injuries are common in sports, and there are many schools of thought on how to avoid them. But a new analysis of past research finds that stretching doesn’t help and might even raise the risk of injury for some.

Stretching Won't Prevent Tendon Injuries

Tendon injuries are common in sports, and there are many schools of thought on how to avoid them. But a new analysis of past research finds that stretching doesn't help and might even raise the risk of injury for some. Reuters Health Information

Pharmaceutical Research: pH Dependent but not P-gp Dependent Bidirectional Transport Study of S-propranolol: The Importance of Passive Diffusion

Type: Original PaperPurposeRecent controversial publications, citing studies purporting to show that P-gp mediates the transport of propranolol, proposed that passive biological membrane transport is negligible. Based on the BDDCS, the extensively me...

New self-stretching material developed

Although most materials slightly expand when heated, there is a new class of rubber-like material that not only self-stretches upon cooling; it reverts back to its original shape when heated, all without physical manipulation. The findings were rece...

Stretching a thin crystal to get better solar cells

Nature loves crystals.Read more about Stretching a thin crystal to get better solar cells

Hydraulic fracture during epithelial stretching

Measurements in stretched epithelial cell sheets show that epithelial cracks are independent of tension and that epithelial fracture is caused by the hydraulic pressure that builds up in the extracellular matrix during stretching.

Medical News Today: Could passive exposure to bleach increase infection rates in kids?

A new observational study suggests that passive exposure to bleach at home could be linked to higher rates of childhood infections such as flu and tonsillitis.

Team shows how female spiders play an active role in courtship

Single women aren't passive when it comes to the world of dating, and neither are female spiders, according to researchers at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa.

New theory on consciousness: There is no free will

Consciousness — the internal dialogue that seems to govern one’s thoughts and actions — is far less powerful than people believe, serving as a passive conduit rather than an active […]

Chromosomes play active role in cell division

A study has shown that chromosomes, far from being passive participants as had been assumed, are actively involved in the process of cell division...

Are plants passive smokers?

(Springer) Passive smoking isn't only something that people have to cope with, but plants too. This is because some plants are actually able to take up nicotine from cigarette smoke, while others that grow in contaminated soil absorb it via the roots...

Accurion halcyonics_nano series Active Vibration Isolation desktop unit

Accurion’s ultracompact, portable and easy-to-use halcyonics_nano series is an active vibration isolation system suitable for entry-level AFMs and other small and lightweight instruments. Powerful actuators, neodymium magnets and an external controller make the series a small but versatile component of instrument set-up. The device is suitable for dampening building vibrations. The active contr...

Consciousness has less control than believed, according to new theory

Consciousness—the internal dialogue that seems to govern one's thoughts and actions—is far less powerful than people believe, serving as a passive conduit rather than an active force that exerts control, according to a new theory proposed by an S...

Medical News Today: Active surveillance 'may be appropriate' for intermediate-risk prostate cancer

Comparable rates of mortality following radiotherapy mean that active surveillance may be apt for both low-risk and favorable intermediate-risk prostate cancer, a study suggests.

Targeted panel testing superior for neuromuscular diseases

(HealthDay)—Targeted panel testing has the highest clinical yield for molecular diagnosis of neuromuscular diseases (NMDs), according to a study published in the February issue of the Annals of Neurology.

Passive exposure to bleach at home linked to higher childhood infection rate

Passive exposure to bleach in the home is linked to higher rates of childhood respiratory and other infections, suggests research published online in Occupational & Environmental Medicine.

Smokers and those exposed to passive smoke require more anesthetic and painkiller during operations

Research published at this year's Euroanaesthesia meeting in Berlin (30 May-2 June) shows that both smokers and those exposed to passive smoke require more anaesthetic and painkillers to reach the same level of anaesthesia as non-smokers. The study i...

Retraction: Calmodulin kinase determines calcium-dependent facilitation of L-type calcium channels

Telangana, China Medical City ink a MoU

Biospectrum The MoU covers facilitation of companies and institutes desirous of partnering, collaborative projects and extending assistance in finding prospective partne...

Dr. Frank Sullivan, DDS, LVIF Announces New Neuromuscular Dentistry Practice in Louisiana to Help People Struggling with Migraine Headaches & TMJ/TMD Issues

Baton Rouge, Louisiana (PRWEB) June 11, 2015 Dr. Frank Sullivan, DDS, LVIF now offers advanced neuromuscular dental treatment for patients who suffer from migraine headaches and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ or TMD), which is a condition a...

News and press releases: Improving bioequivalence studies

EMA consults on a new batch of specific guidance for four active substances

Dr. Frank Sullivan, DDS, LVIF Announces New Neuromuscular Dentistry Practice in Louisiana to Help People Struggling with Migraine Headaches & TMJ/TMD Issues

Louisiana Neuromuscular Dentist - Dr. Frank Sullivan expands dental practice to offer new & innovative neuromuscular dental technologies, treatments, and procedures, in an effort to better serve the needs of his patients. Baton Rouge, Louisiana (PRWEB) June 11, 2015 Dr. Frank Sullivan, DDS, LVIF now offers advanced neuromuscular dental treatment for patients who suffer from migraine headaches...

Stretching Parkinson's Boundaries

Early physical therapy returns drastic improvements.



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