Overview Of Heart Rate Monitors

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Before, when we exercise, we have to stop what we were doing and count our pulses manually. If they are way beyond our target heart rate, we decrease the intensity of our exercise. Way below target heart rate, and we increase the intensity of our exercise. Or, we can gauge our exercise level by the […]


How To Build Your Triceps

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Many people who seek to increase the muscle in their triceps area tend to make the common mistake of believing that they are already being worked when you are focused on the chest muscles. While they do receive a bit of a work-out through this process, it is not enough to truly build them enough […]


How To Lose Chest Fat

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For some people losing chest fat is not easy. No matter how much weight is lost overall from the body, the chest fat still seems to remain. Some people have a condition called gynecomastia which is an abnormal amount of glands under the nipples and this attracts fat accumulation. For people such as the above, […]


How To Build Your Chest

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Weight lifting is a growing ‘sport’ today with many men, and women, using weights as a means to a better physique. Using weights can affect your entire physique but you need to know what exercises you should do for particular parts of your body. Before starting any weight lifting regime with which to build up […]


English Chest History

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If your closet is anything like mine, storage space seems to be very limited. There are multiple hangers on the ground and various garments that I haven’t worn in years but which I still treasure for sentimental reasons. The more I seem to hang these items, the more it seems that there is a conspiracy […]


Cpr

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The emergency first aid protocol for an unconscious person on whom both breathing and pulse cannot be detected is called cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). It is a combination of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and chest compressions. This kind of mouth-to-mouth resuscitation was first described in the Bible, but it fell out of practice. Drs. James Elam and Peter […]


A Heart To Health Talk

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Almost 14 million Americans have a history of heart attack or angina. It is now one of the leading causes of death in the United States. More than 1 million Americans have heart attacks each year. A heart attack, or myocardial infarction (MI), is permanent damage to the heart muscle. “Myo” means muscle, “cardial” refers […]


Albuterol A Short Acting 2 Adrenergic Receptor

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Albuterol is used to stop and treat wheezing (inhalation difficulty and chest stiffness) caused due to lung diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Many people use Albuterol inhalation aerosol in order to avoid breathing troubles during exercise. Albuterol falls under the drug category called ‘bronchodilators’, which works by loosening up and opening […]


Symptoms And Preventative Measures Of Heart Disease

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As we get older, the arteries surrounding the heart become smaller and smaller as fatty deposits stick to the walls of the veins and arteries surrounding the heart. As this happens, the flow of oxygen is restricted and the heart becomes “oxygen starved”. This is the time that a heart attack occurs. There are several […]


Why Asbestos Cancer Affects More Men

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Who needs to be examined? Individuals who have been exposed (or suspect they have been exposed) to asbestos fibers on the job or at home via a family contact should inform their physician of their exposure history and any symptoms. Asbestos fibers can be measured in urine, feces, mucus, or material rinsed out of the […]


When All Else Fails The Bench Press Is Always A Reliable Exercise

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The bench press is an exercise in which the lifter lies on his/her back on a weight bench, lowering the bar directly above the chest. It is intended for the development of the chest, or pectoral muscles , frontal shoulders, serratus, but a variation exists for the triceps. In weight lifting , however, where the […]


5 Warning Signs That Could Keep You Out Of Er

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Many people knowingly experience asthma for the first time when they are rushed to the emergency room with acute breathing problems. Many of them did not realize that asthma could develop in adults. Consequently they did not seek medical help when symptoms first appeared. This neglect can be fatal. If you suspect you have adult […]


Bra Sizes

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A bra remains next to your skin the entire day. If you are not wearing the correct size, imagine the discomfort you’ll experience throughout the whole day. It is important to note that your bra size does not remain the same for any great length of time because change is a law of nature and […]


Remedies For Foreign Objects Stuck In Throat

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Throat obstructions due to swallowing of objects is a problem more common among children, though such instances do occur in adults as well. It may get stuck in your throat due to many unknown reasons. Children have a tendency to put everything in their mouth like small toys, coins, safety pins, buttons, bones, wood, glass, […]


Aortic Dissection Are You At Risk

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Not all chest pain is alike. It may be mild and attributed to noncardiac problems, including heartburn or stress. Or it may be much more severe and life threatening, such as when it is due to an aortic dissection (tear in the large artery near the heart). Because aortic dissections are frequently mistaken for other, […]


What Is Mesothelioma

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“Mesothelioma” is the term used to describe a cancerous tumor that involves the mesothelial cells of an organ. Mesothelial cells are cells that form a protective lining over the lungs, heart and abdominal organs. The most common type of mesothelioma is pleural mesothelioma. The pleura is a thin membrane found between the lungs and the […]