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... who are paralysed from the neck downwards or who have conditions like Locked-In Syndrome. Last year, a paralysed US man made headlines after temporary electrodes placed on his brain were used to control ...
... into your butt and upper thighs, as well as up into your shoulders and neck, especially in the early morning after waking up, or when you're bending backwards. The Rx. It's absolutely crucial to do exercises ...
...  thinking that way is Doug English. He was a defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions back in the 1970s and '80s. "My football career was ended with a neck injury," English says. "I'm very fortunate it ...
... mobility. Poor neck rotation can double the risk of an accident, Mr. Reimer has found. So recently I made my way over to the New York City Ford dealership in Midtown to test-drive a car with Ford’s “active ...
... contaminated faeces Early symptoms include fever, headache, tiredness and stiffness in the neck Most cases cause no symptoms but in around one in 200 infections it leads to irreversible paralysis, ...
... on the side of the neck, in the dip between the collarbone and the shoulder, and along the spine. Although mice and human babies have a lot more, and in different places, it seemed to be the same thing. ...
Tony Cenicola/The New York TimesWhat’s the best treatment for neck pain? Seeing a chiropractor or engaging in light exercise relieves neck pain more effectively than relying on pain medication, new research ...
MONDAY, Jan. 2 (HealthDay News) -- Spinal manipulation and home exercise are more effective at relieving neck pain in the long term than medications, according to new research. People undergoing spinal ...
... rolling pin" to put pressure on acupoints. Pitetti said he didn't know if there were specific areas of the body where acupuncture absolutely shouldn't be used, but "into the neck, into the brain would ...
Dr. Nicholas Boulis adjusts the device that injects stem cells into the cervical area of the spinal cord. STORY HIGHLIGHTSFor the first time, stem cells are injected into the spinal cord in the neckIt ...
Dr. Nicholas Boulis adjusts the device that injects stem cells into the cervical area of the spinal cord. STORY HIGHLIGHTSFor the first time, stem cells are injected into the spinal cord in the neckIt ...
... and some head and neck cancers that appear to have hereditary patterns. The Huntsman Cancer Institute, with its emphasis on genealogy, in turn ties directly into Mormon culture, which emphasizes ...
... another doctor about a particularly sick patient. While on the phone, Zayas reached up absent-mindedly and touched his neck. He felt a lump on the right side. Then he felt a lump on the other side. Feeling ...
... another doctor about a particularly sick patient. While on the phone, Zayas reached up absent-mindedly and touched his neck. He felt a lump on the right side. Then he felt a lump on the other side. Feeling ...
... his spare time. Then one summer evening he swerved to miss a deer. His bike struck a guardrail. His neck snapped. His determination didn't. Paralyzed below the shoulders, he's tried other experimental ...
... Center here, where moments earlier, Goodell had spoken at the 2011 Congress of Neurological Surgeons. In his remarks, Goodell seemed to summarize the increasing focus the N.F.L. has had on head, neck and ...
... neck, shoulders and back) and the medial deltoid (the middle of the three muscles that make up the deltoids). The problem, research shows, is that most people invariably lift the weight too high, which ...
... is in the neck. Harada is optimistic that research like this will give other patients hope and lead to treatments in the future. He realizes he hasn't been cured, but it's like his clock has been set back, ...
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly flew abroad for stem cell treatment for a chronic neck injury. STORY HIGHLIGHTSColts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly sought a stem cell ...
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly flew abroad for stem cell treatment for a chronic neck injury. STORY HIGHLIGHTSColts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly sought a stem cell ...
... of dozen needle pricks around the head and neck, to prevent chronic migraines—which for approval purposes means severe headaches of four hours or more at least 15 days a month.But getting needled is neither ...
... symptoms include headache, fever, nausea, vomiting and neck stiffness. Later symptoms include confusion, lack of attention to people and surroundings, loss of balance, seizures and hallucinations. The ...
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... to go through the front of his neck, and around his windpipe and vocal chords to access the spine. The operation appeared to go well, although damage to some nerves did result in some loss of movement ...
... intake and regular exercise are essential for a healthy back and neck. "There is little doubt that poor diet, being immobile for long periods and bad habits like smoking contribute to spinal degeneration ...
... suffers from spinal stenosis and a form of arthritis in the neck. “It gets worse over time.” Ms. Thernstrom compared the effect of chronic pain on the body to the rushing waters of a river carving out ...
13 July 2011 Last updated at 13:02 ET By James Gallagher Health reporter, BBC News Damage to the spinal cord in the neck can result in problems ...
... who conducted autopsies on 35 babies in Miami, Dallas and Calgary, Alberta, report that when children die after being violently shaken, they die of neck injuries and not from brain trauma.  The findings ...
... shake a baby with so much force that you cause internal head injuries but leave no external marks, bruises or injuries to the neck or spine. Others — including many pediatricians — strongly defend the ...
... (there’s a reason inept people are called slouches), it improves muscle tone, makes breathing easier and is one of the best ways to stave off back and neck pain, not to mention the dreaded dowager’s hump ...