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Children with arthritis living in less affluent families more likely to report longer duration of morning joint stiffness


Researchers study strength-training gender gap, possible solutions


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Muscle care for the aging person: Life and longevity part 3

One very important aspect of the aging process is that all muscles begin to weaken, more specifically in the lower body. Muscle mass and strength/power declines. This contributes to the aging person becoming more unstable, predisposing them to falls. They begin to alter their gait patterns and their stride length shortens until it becomes a shuffle. These aging changes contribute to numerous body and functional changes for the aging person. To better appreciate some of the contributing factors, we will briefly look at their muscle activity levels, diet and exercise, which will provide insights into the progression and their impairment and how we may begin to reverse some of these impairments. » Read more...
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Osteopathy for the Over 50s: Maintaining Function and Treating Dysfunction

Although textbooks on the subject of Osteopathy have been in print for over 100 years, there is little material specifically addressing the treatment of adults over the age of 50, in spite of the increase in this demographic group.

This book is intended to provide a study of the biomechanics and physiology of somatic dysfunction as it relates to individuals over the age of 50. >> Order now