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  • Yoga advice from Christine Burke, Candace Morano and Anthony Benenati

    Yoga advice from Christine Burke, Candace Morano and Anthony Benenati
    A few simple techniques can make the difference between a sore back (or other body part) and a strong, healthy one. CHRISTINE BURKE Co-owner and director of Liberation Yoga, Los Angeles Downward-facing dog: The body bends at the hips in an upside-...
  • Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf awaits MRI on left ankle, still hopeful about Olympics

     
    The Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf had yet to have an MRI of his sprained left ankle but said Tuesday morning he remained hopeful he can play for Canada in the Olympics. "We're far from ruling that out, that’s for sure,” he......
  • Think Joakim's being a baby about a little owie in his foot? Noah way!

     
    The headline on K.C. Johnson's story today reads Nagging pain dogging Noah -- Plantar fasciitis continues to frustrate 3d-year big man in loss to Wizards. And some of you may be saying come on, plantar what? Man-up Joakim, nothing's broken......
  • Aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease: In one patient group, it may not work well

     
    For cardiovascular disease, the best time to intervene would ideally be before a heart attack or stroke ever happened. In at least one group of people, this doesn't seem to work very well, according to a study just published in......
  • Schnellenberger spends quality time with the Defense

     
    Tuesday was a bad day to be a member of the offensive scout team. So what made the defense, in white, so prickly and aggressive? - - Well, usually The Voice spends practice rotating from offense to defense. He???ll......
  • Fitness & Diet Expert Nick Sortal

    <b>Fitness & Diet Expert</b> Nick Sortal
    May 13, 2009 Q: I walk five miles every other day. Would it be a good idea to cycle on my off days? How many miles would you suggest I cycle? -- Ozell White, Plantation, FL Instead of looking at miles, look at time. Sounds like you walk about an hour....
  • Arthritis In Kids

    http://lmt.arthritis.org/ LETS MOVE TOGETHER CAMPAIGN TO STOP ARTHRITIS   SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS ARTHRITIS IN KIDS: Juvenile Arthritis At A Glance Arthritis affects approximately one child in every 1,000 in a given year. Juvenile rheumatoid...
  • Sub-Core Training: A Little Known Method for Stability

    You have heard of Core Training principles but you may not have heard of Sub-Core training. This method of rehabilitation and correction stems from the inside out method of correcting deficits in both the extremities and the spine. In my experience over...
  • Queens Father Accused Of Biting, Beating Crying Infant

    Queens Father Accused Of Biting, Beating Crying Infant
    A queens father faces 15 years behind bars, accused of brutally biting and beating his 13-week-old daughter. Juan Gomez, 23, of Ozone Park was expected to be arraigned Saturday on charges of first- and second-degree assault and endangering the welfare of...
  • Wacky Fitness Gear

    The Muscle Man of Technology Bruce Pechman demonstrated some some amazing fitness products for 2010 to help you get in shape. Most products are perfect for home or on the go. For more information on Bruce Pechman go to www.mrbicep.com Banglz Designer...
  • A reality check on skis

    A reality check on skis
    "I really want to try cross-country skiing!" pleaded my daughter as we headed toward the airport ladies' room to change clothes so we could hike to the "M" behind the University of Montana and reward ourselves with sweet potato fries on the "hip strip" in...
  • Barbie accused of having cankles

    Barbie accused of having cankles
    One designer says Barbie's ankles are too fat and as a result, the manufacturer is considering changes. This isn't sitting well with some parents and at least one child psychologist. They're fashionable, fierce and fabulous, but apparently not fit for...