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  1. Top 10 yoga poses to knowRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | WGAL-TV Lancaster

    Push down through your arms while reaching your hips up and back over your feet.

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  2. Embrace daily massage to improve healthRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newkerala.com

    Massage does improve vascular function in people who had not exercised, says research, suggesting that massage has benefits for people regardless of their level of physical activity.

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  3. Texas Physical Therapy Specialists Helps Patients Recover With AlterG Anti-Gravity TreadmillRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Texas Physical Therapy Specialists ' New Braunfels clinic is pleased to announce the installation of the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill, a revolutionary technology that is often used by professional athletes to continue training stress-free while recovering from injury.

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  4. Kara Guzman, Road to Rio: Injury changes training plan for Boston MarathonRead the original story

    Thursday | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Sentinel reporter Kara Guzman plans to be a part of the masses when the Boston Marathon begins on Monday.

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  5. How Many Hats Do You Wear?Read the original story

    Thursday | Advance

    One of my student clinical rotations was at a smaller physical therapy outpatient clinic with just three staff members who managed all aspects of the operations.

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  6. 'Typical High School Experience' for Randolph Student With DisabilityRead the original story

    Thursday | Patch.com

    If there's one message Maryann Tortorello of Randolph would like to deliver to parents of children with disabilities, it's, "Don't judge a book by its cover."

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  7. Tammy Gray receives Andrea Roane Courage AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | WUSA-TV Washington

    WUSA9's Andrea Roane is honored to have an award named after her. A local woman won the first Andrea Roane Courage Award.

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  8. Diabetes, Parenting and the Art of TrudgingRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 16 | Diabetes Mine

    A few nights ago, my own middle daughter asked me to test her blood sugar. She was curious if her before-meal shakes might be hypoglycemia.

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  9. Treating OsteoarthritisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    Cartilage actually acts like a cushioning surface in the body and, when it's damaged, a person can actually have areas of a joint where bone rubs against bone.

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  10. Derek Gentile: I will always cheer for the survivorsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Berkshire Eagle

    I was watching all the coverage of the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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  11. Want to strengthen core muscles? Here's a tip: Skip the crunchesRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    Core, core, core. Yes, we hear it ad nauseam: "You need to strengthen the core," or the other favorite, "It's all about the core."

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  12. Two to watch: Young triathletes are making their markRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Petersburg Times

    When the starter's gun goes off for the St. Anthony's Triathlon next week, thousands of athletes, from neophytes to pros, will swim nearly a mile in Tampa Bay, bicycle 25 miles through the city's streets, then finish with a 10K run along the scenic waterfront.

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  13. Harder Ground: Higher RiskRead the original story

    Yesterday | KAUZ

    The ground isn't getting the moisture it needs, so it's getting dry and hard. For athletes, this can lead to injuries.

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  14. Full CommentaryRead the original story

    Yesterday | InteliHealth

    Massage is an ancient art that dates back to the dawn of civilization. The name is derived from the Greek word meaning "to work with the hands, as in kneading dough."

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  15. Judith C. MerckRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    Judith C. Merck, 81, passed away peacefully April 14, 2014, at Hibbard Nursing Home, Dover-Foxcroft.

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  16. How to Manage Your Business and Care For an Aging Relative at the Same TimeRead the original story

    Thursday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    Balancing the demands of work and caring for an elderly family member is a challenge faced by many in the baby boomer generation .

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  17. How to Be DesirableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 9 | WikiHow

    Improving your success in life may boil down to choosing the right friends, mates and partners.

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  18. Morton Plant Mease offers sports physicalsRead the original story

    Thursday | Tampa Bay Newspapers

    Morton Plant Mease's sports medicine program will offer free sports physicals assistance to student athletes in Pinellas County.

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  19. Everyday Physical Therapy: Achilles Tendon Injuries, Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ruidoso News

    Courtesy The Achilles tendon is a thick band of tissue along the back of the lower leg that connects the calf muscles to the heel.

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  20. A Doctor's Take On Sports-Related ConcussionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Forbes.com

    Concussion expert Dr. A. Chainey Umphrey has assessed the damage youth sports can inflict.

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