Electrolytes for Runners 101 + Homemade Sports Drinks
Electrolytes for runners go well beyond preventing muscle cramps, they also prevent fatigue and decreased overall performance. How to stay on top of it
Anatomy and Physiology: Endocrine System
Anatomy and Physiology: Endocrine System What is an Endocrine System? The endocrine system regulates body processes slower than the nervous system. If the latter body system uses nerve impuls…
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These are not the vampires I’m looking for
WHILE I'M ON THE SUBJECT of charm bracelets on another post, let's take a little detour and have a look at what you've got in your veins. * * * Interestingly, when it comes to charm bracelets, the Japanese often include a blood-type charm. This is not because their country is in constant danger from earthquakes, tsunamis…
Why Improving Your Bowel Movements Can Change Your Life
“In the 50 years I’ve spent helping people to overcome illness, disability and disease, it has become crystal clear that poor bowel management lies at the root of most people’s health problems.” – Dr. Bernard Jensen, Tissue Cleaning Through Bowel Management As many of you know, I’m big on cleansing the body. I’ve been both …
It is essential for students beginning their study of anatomy to become familiar with an internationally accepted vocabulary, allowing communication and understanding between all members of the medical and paramedical professions throughout the world. Perhaps the single, most important descriptive feature of this vocabulary is the adoption of an unequivocal position of the human body. This is known as the anatomical position. It is described as follows: the body is standing erect and facing…