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  1. Simple exercises to reduce your tension-type headaches

    Do you suffer from headaches? As many as one in every 20 adults worldwide suffer from a headache almost every day. Headaches are painful and disabling,…

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  3. Two boys playing soccer with Osgood-Schlatters disease

    Sore knees in kids: Do they have Osgood-Schlatters Disease?

    What is it? Osgood-Schlatters Disease is a condition that develops during adolescence. It is a common cause of pain and inflammation at the bony prominence…

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  5. Young woman massaging her plantar fasciitis after exercising and running

    3 quick exercises to fix Plantar Fasciitis

    What is it? Plantar fasciitis is an overuse condition of the plantar fascia, often associated with inflammation and microscopic tears in the structure due to…

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  6. Man with tennis elbow

    How to relieve the pain of Tennis Elbow

    What is Tennis Elbow? Lateral Epicondylalgia, commonly referred to as Tennis Elbow, is an overuse injury of the wrist extensor muscle tendons – the muscles…

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  7. Calf Muscle Strain Injury

    Risk factors for calf muscle strains and how to prevent them

    Calf muscle strains are a very common sporting injury – particularly during activities that involve high speed or high volumes of running, acceleration and deceleration.…

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  8. Young man doing leg press

    Adolescents with strong quadriceps are more likely to have knee osteoarthritis by middle age

    Osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the leading causes of musculoskeletal pain worldwide and is currently an irreversible process. Because of this, identifying risk factors that…

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  10. Businesswoman taking off high heeled shoes

    Do high heels really cause back pain?

    Wearers of high heeled shoes often complain of low back pain, foot pain and leg pain. The reason for foot and leg pain is fairly…

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