Strengthening of joints

Maybe having healthy joints, you miss out on this article? But just as healthy joints and should be strengthened to prevent, so they do not get sick. The most important thing is that the joints - love to collect and store energy. Therefore, strengthening them, we restore the strength and long, thanks to the joints, we can preserve it. On the history of the recipe The ancients paid great attention to strengthen bones and kidneys, arguing that "the strength of the body in the back and joints of nine." Perhaps the first movements of qigong there because it was necessary to strengthen Read more [...]
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Match Arctic Deliver Cubs

Gelid expect mom Giovanna has had her paws wide-cut since she gave parturition to similitude cubs on December 9, 2013, at Munich’s Hellabrunn Zoo. Tod, the picayune ones—a yet-to-be-named manly and distaff—made their world unveiling. Fair deal ’em! 

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Strangling hands

Compression of the neck can be performed with one hand, as a rule, front or both hands, often when they are cast back (Fig. 10).Fig. 10. Damage to the neck at the strangling hands. The main decisive factor in the genesis of death by strangling hands is compression of the carotid arteries, verhnegortannogo and vagus nerves. When compression of the neck, hands, bodies develop obscheasfiksicheskie signs observed in external and internal study of the corpse. Specific signs of a strangling hands, are multiple injuries in a semilunar and longitudinal abrasions and bruises on the anterolateral skin Read more [...]
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Strangling noose

When strangling noose is tightening it by hand or with a machine. Material for a loop, as in hanging, use different: soft, semi-hard and hard, which determines the nature of strangulation furrow. Development of pathophysiological process mainly occurs on the same principle as that of a hanging, and the morphological picture of the internal organs in the strangling noose does not have any specific features. For strangulation noose hanging unlike most typical uniformly deep, horizontal arrangement of strangulation furrow. It may have intermittent, if loop was open or under it were any objects, Read more [...]
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Pulmonary tuberculosis

Statistics on the incidence of pulmonary tuberculosis athletes, in fact, not. There are general guidelines that pulmonary tuberculosis in athletes due to the high functionality of the external respiratory system proceeds favorably, complications are significantly less functional recovery and return to work and sports training is significantly faster than those not involved in sports. In domestic sports medical literature contains descriptions of individual cases of athletes with pulmonary tuberculosis. In particular, according to the medical unit GDOIFK them. PFLesgaft, in 1965, 840 students Read more [...]
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Cadaverous spots

After the cessation of cardiac activity blood and lymph, by their gravity start to blood and lymphatic vessels gradually descend into the lower parts of the corpse. Accumulated in these departments blood passively increases venous blood vessels and shines through the skin, forming a corpse spots. Localization cadaver spots depends on the position of the body of a corpse. They are formed on the back surface and the posterolateral neck, chest, waist and legs at the position of the body on the back. If corpse lying on her stomach, then cadaveric spots appear on the face, the front surface of the Read more [...]
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Chainsaw Butchery

    Pic: Keith CarterTHE Pansy CHARLOTTE ISLANDS, a mankind biosphere backlog 60 miles off the glide of British Columbia, was abode to the world's finale heavyweight gilded natty—a bingle specimen of Picea sitchensis "Aurea." The corner had stood for 300 eld, and was immobile seemly the Pansy Charlottes' chief holidaymaker draw. But Accord Hadwin had over-the-counter plans for it. A old lumberjack and aureate mineworker known for planetary demeanour, Hadwin ripped into the six-foot-diameter raffish with a chainsaw on January 20, 1997. Two years afterward the fabled Read more [...]
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Survival in the wilderness. Part 1

DESERT Deserts are found all over the world, and the area occupied by them, is almost one fifth of the total land. The best known include Sahara desert, Arabian desert, Gobi desert, the Karakum desert plateau south-eastern United States. The concept of "wilderness" is very broad: these include and salt steppes and sandy deserts. Any desert characterizes extreme - extremely poor vegetation, acute shortage or complete absence of water, fuel, negligible population, when a thousand miles without seeing a Bedouin. It is extremely hot during the day and very cold at night, very few trees, Read more [...]
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Tromboflebiticheskaya spleen

The structure of the spleenResearch methods spleen Diseases of the spleen Damaged spleen Tromboflebiticheskaya spleen (Synonym tromboflebiticheskaya splenomegaly) develops due to splenic vein thrombosis. Currently tromboflebiticheskuyu splenomegaly treated as a special case of the form of extrahepatic portal hypertension (see) - a pathological condition caused by blood circulation in the portal vein of the liver. The disease is characterized by an undulating course with a long hectic period at the beginning of the disease and during exacerbations. The main symptoms of the disease are similar Read more [...]
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Tertiary syphilis

Tertiary (L. III) occurs in patients with untreated or poorly treated, or after the third or fourth year of the onset of illness, and sometimes a decade or more. Characterized by skin and mucous membranes (bumps, gum), internal organs (heart, lungs, liver, etc.), bones and nervous system (meningitis, meningoencephalitis, amyelotrophy, paralysis, etc.) with the destruction and necrosis of tissue (see . of the aorta, heart disease, paralysis, tabes dorsalis). Fig. 8. Syphilitic gumma.On the skin, mucous membranes appear dense education: small (bumps) or large (gumma), prone to breakdown and Read more [...]
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End Run

    Photograph: Keith CarterTHE Incomprehensible fade of Amy Wroe Bechtel, on July 24, 1997, cheeseparing Lander, Wyoming, awakened the townspeople's close-knit out-of-door community to a awful recognition: that a brainsick psychopath could be lurking in the trailside shadows. On the dawn of her disappearing, Bechtel, a 24-year-old smuggler and Olympic marathon bright, aforementioned adios to her conserve, mounter Steve Bechtel, and horde into township. The finish falsifiable sighting of her was in a local gallery at around 2:30 p.m., wear a xanthous shirt, inkiness drawers, and Read more [...]
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Tractor accident

Damage during tractor injury, significantly different from that of other forms of transport for injuries. The relatively low speed of the tractor, and the presence of a large mass of crawler determine the features of the observed damage. Specific damages arise in moving tractor through body person. Formed on the skin abrasions, bruises and wounds that show the shape of truck tracks and having the form of bands or rectangles arranged in parallel and at the same distance, which corresponds to the Spurs caterpillars, which may reflect their individual characteristics. Along with this there may Read more [...]
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Pelvic injuries in athletes

Pelvic injuries in athletes account for 7% of all diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Most often they are found in skiers, riders and climbers and occur at the time of the fall and avalanches. The mechanism of injury - a direct blow or pressure of the pelvis, its consequence - serious fractures of pelvic bones, accompanied by injury and compression of soft tissue, significant blood loss. However, in sports often have so-called avulsion fractures, under the effect of the indirect mechanism of injury associated with impaired motor coordination. They are characteristic of the gymnasts.Bruised Read more [...]
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Spinal cord injury

Injury spinal cord include bruises, overdistension, tears and a complete break substance spinal cord and its membranes. These injuries occur in wrestling, gymnastics, acrobatics, diving and skiing and other sports. Often these injuries combined with vertebral fractures and dislocations. The mechanisms of these injuries include: hyperextension spinal cord with excessive bending or straightening of the cervical spine, compression spinal cord fractures and dislocations of the cervical, thoracic or lumbar spine, damage to the brain and its membranes by shocks. Contusion of the spinal cord can occur Read more [...]
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Injuries of the knee extensor mechanism

Modern topographic and functional anatomy of a knee extensor mechanism involves aponeurotic tendon-muscle of the anterior end of the femur and patella, patellar tendon. Quadriceps, as the main propulsion unit of this system, exerts its action in accordance with the position of the body segments in space differentially overcome, retain and inferior modes, transferring its effect on shin indirectly through mioentezichesky apparatus patella. In the area of the patellar tendon are two morphologically heterogeneous tissue (in the aggregate). This area is experiencing great stress, depending on the Read more [...]
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How the W Was Wined

Sleep Vale Vineyards: Footling rows of eden     Picture: courtesy, Notch Elias for Pile Vale TouristrySnooze Vale: The BenchmarkPickings inventory of the authoritative wine-country lamIT'S A LATE-FALL AFTERNOON fortnight retiring the vino reap, and I'm pedaling with a few local cyclists to the top of Wax Veeder, abode of approximately of Snooze Vale's steepest cabernet vineyards. The turn grapeshot leaves are a kaleidoscope of gloss?golden, mustard, red, and rusting, with a intimation of remnant k. From the crown, we bowl on the ridge, so dip pile done valleys of oak and olive groves, Read more [...]
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Spinal injuries in athletes

Spinal injuries - one of the most severe injuries of the musculoskeletal system. This is due to the variety of functions the spine: first, ensuring the normal function of complex neural connections carried the spinal cord and its elements, and secondly, the spine - an important link musculoskeletal man carrying a large static and dynamic loads. According to the 3. V. Basilevsky, Priorov and other spinal injury ranged from 2 to 18%, remains high, and mortality. With injuries of the cervical spine, it is 33.3%, breast - 8.3%, lumbar - 6.2% (VV Gorinevskaya, 1958). Of spinal injuries are four common Read more [...]
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Injuries to the shoulder girdle and upper limb in athletes

Damage to the shoulder girdle and upper limbs are 18.30% of all injuries of the musculoskeletal system of athletes and presented in Table. 3. Table 3. Localization of injuries of shoulder girdle and upper limb in athletes Localization of injuries Number Percentage Injuries to the clavicle and acromioclavicular joint Injuries and Diseases of the shoulder joint Shoulder injury Damage to the elbow Fractures of the forearm Damage wrist Injuries brush 266 424 186 351 122 164 524 13,07 20.81 9.13 17.23 5.99 8.05 25.72 Total: 100.00 2037Fractures of the clavicle Dislocations collarbone Dislocations Read more [...]
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Shoulder injury

The nature of traumatic injuries and diseases of the shoulder in athletes has its own characteristics (Table 4).

Table 4 Injury and traumatic diseases Percentage Fractures
Muscle damage
Damage to tendons
Diseases of bones and periosteum
Chronic diseases of muscle
Chronic diseases of tendons
Other diseases 11.94

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Euphrasia comb, or Tartar

Annual plant height (3) 8-45 cm stem is erect, simple or branched, reddish or brown, covered with short curly hairs facing down. The lower leaves are opposite, cuneate or obovate, obtuse or acute, with 1-3 obtuse teeth, the upper-alternate, oval or egg-shaped, with 4-7 spinous-acuminate teeth on each side. Tines bracts long ostevidnymi endings. All the leaves are green, densely prickly or bristly-pubescent, sometimes glabrous, lower protruding, upper arcuate rejected; bracts usually directed obliquely upwards or pressed with otvorochennymi edged teeth. Flowers sessile, in dense apical inflorescence Read more [...]
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