The Vegas owner of Heart Attack Grill, “Doctor” Jon Basso — who is not actually a doctor — first thought the man’s cardiac arrest was a joke, but soon phoned 911. Basso told Fox 5, “I actually felt horrible for the gentleman because the tourists were taking photos of him as if it were some type of stunt. Even with our own morbid sense of humor, we would never pull a stunt like that,” he said. Huff Post
People do some crazy stuff to get rid of their post-workout muscle pain, which is known in the medical community as DOMS — for delayed onset muscle soreness. DOMS occurs when an exercise causes stress to muscle tissue. The tissue develops microscopic tears, causing inflammation and then pain that begins to mount in the 24- to 48-hour period that follows a workout. Continue reading →
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“I’m going to an aquarobics class in the morning, do you want to come?”
Holiday in Melbourne, and that’s one of the first things your buddy says to you. George, do you really think I look like the aquarobics type? I have translucent skin that’s likely to be a sight hazard, I’m uncoordinated at the best of times, and I’m unfit – what if I pass out halfway through and have to be given mouth to mouth by a sweaty lifeguard?
As part of our health video series for Inside First, we sent owner Mike Enders (Accidental Bear) out to find out if chiropractic work is all that it’s cracked up to be. Mike visits chiropractor Brian Rizzo in San Francisco’s Castro, and gets some questions answered: Why should someone seek chiropractic care? Does it hurt? Seeing that the interview took place on Valentine’s Day, Mike asks the question, ” Can you fix a broken heart?” Watch Q & A videos to find out the answers.
Mr Rizzo gives a quick demo of an initial visit and a general assessment:
The researchers—from the University of Rochester, New York University, and several institutions in France—hope the work will one day lead to a way to make anti-HIV drugs more effective by increasing their potency against the virus.
They are also excited about its implications for our knowledge of other pathogens, such as herpes viruses, which use the same machinery within our cells that HIV does to replicate. Continue reading →