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Exercise and Cancer

Exercise and Cancer Exercise is developing significant evidence for its benefits in preventing chronic illnesses including cancer but is also proving to be a major benefit during cancer treatment with improved results and managing side effects as well as improving...

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Warm Up

Warm Up

The Warm Up: What It Should (& shouldn’t) Include  The goal of the warm-up is simple enough, we want to prepare the body to perform dynamic, ideally explosive, powerful movements without injury. In the past, this has involved warming up with light aerobic exercise...

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Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise

Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise

 Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes making up to 90-5% of cases according to the Centre for Disease Control (CDC). It develops slowly over a period of time making the subtle onset of symptoms difficult to pick up and while...

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Cervicogenic Headache

Cervicogenic Headache

WHAT IS A CERVOCOGENIC HEADACHE There are many causes of headaches – from migraine to tension headaches to those which are caused by irritation of the upper neck. Just as nerves in the lower back radiate into the legs and the nerves of the lower neck radiate into the...

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