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  • Wet choreography gives strength, comfort

    Wet choreography gives strength, comfort
    It had been more than 30 years since lupus began eating away at Deborah Filian's body. It stood in the way of every step she took, forcing her to stay in bed for long periods of time. But a saline warm-water pool has changed her life, she said. Almost...
  • Knee Pain and the New OActive Knee Brace and BioniCare

    The OActive nee Brace and BioniCare® System from VQ OrthoCare is the first non-invasive, non-pharmaceutical treatment option for osteoarthritis of the knee. BioniCare treats the pain and symptoms caused by osteoarthritis of the knee by delivering a low-...
  • Abs: The problem with crunches

    Abs: The problem with crunches
    Kristine Timpert's quirky little book "If Babies Did Crunches" tries to sugarcoat an important message for adults: Beware of crunches. The not-just for-kids book stresses that if you really want to banish tummy flab or back pain, clean up your diet and...
  • Notre Dame, Kelly quickly move on without Floyd

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- If anyone was unclear about how swiftly Notre Dame turned the page on Michael Floyd, one only needed turn the pages of the 13-page spring practice prospectus distributed Tuesday. He is not on the roster. He is not mentioned in a...
  • Police dog Beni now set to retire after distinguished career

    Police dog Beni now set to retire after distinguished career
    The despondent man had phoned his family to say he was going to end it all, and St. Joseph County police were racing the clock to get to the potential suicide before it was too late. Electronic coordinates showed his cell phone in the woods behind...
  • How to keep joints healthy longer

    How to keep joints healthy longer
    Even youngish joints can feel creaky and painful without proper care. Luckily, lifestyle changes can help you stay active longer. "With an average life expectancy of more than 70 years, it's more important than ever for us to protect our bodies," says Dr....
  • Blackhawks' Campoli undergoes knee surgery

    Blackhawks' Campoli undergoes knee surgery
    Moments after turning the puck over and watching Alexandre Burrows score to end the Chicago Blackhawks' season, defenseman Chris Campoli stood in the dressing room at Rogers Arena and took full blame for the 2-1 overtime loss to the Vancouver Canucks in...
  • Jets' Sanchez: game time decision

    Jets' Sanchez: game time decision
    New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is a game time decision with cartilage tear in his throwing shoulder. Sanchez hurt his shoulder in a 22-17 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday. The Jets take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday at 1PM in...
  • A Shot at Easing Knee Pain

    A Shot at Easing Knee Pain
    Easing pain with a simple injection. It's not a medication but a remedy already in your own body. The path to pain free, a needle stick. Blood is drawn, then spun. Vasili Karas, Research Coordinator: "This is the patient's blood after it spun down in...
  • An injured ACL isn't a death knell for athletes anymore

    An injured ACL isn't a death knell for athletes anymore
    Most athletic types would rather spend a month watching "Teletubbies" while reading Snooki's blog than suffer an injury. And when it comes to getting hurt, the knee is one of the worst things you can damage. The most commonly injured knee ligament is the...
  • 5 TIPS to help you avoid arthritis

    5 TIPS to help you avoid arthritis
    The following tips were submitted by Alyssa Kuhn, a Sentara Healthcare physical therapist. Whether brought on by genes or jumping, you can take 5 steps to reduce your risks of arthritis symptoms. The two most common forms of arthritis are...
  • For knee and hip surgeries, robots show promise for a better fit

    For knee and hip surgeries, robots show promise for a better fit
    Orthopedic surgeons are doctors, but they are also artisans, sculpting bone so that it fits snugly with artificial hips and knees. But even the best artists make mistakes, says Dr. William Bargar, an orthopedic surgeon at Sutter General Hospital in...