Monthly Archives: August 2013

Pain in whole knee when moving from gas pedal to brake pedal

In response. This may be the result of the knee staying stiff and rigid for a long period driving long distance on a straightforward flat highway, like Route 80 going through Nevada and Utah, Route East 10 after Palm Springs, … Continue reading

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Rope skipping is safe after c-section

This is a statement I received. Thank you. I appreciate such input.

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Ankle locks up

In response. Ankles can lock up in many situations. Edema, cramps due to cold during sleep, twisted ankles, etc. Squeeze out the edema with the fingers, keep the feet, ankles and legs warm while sleeping, go to the doctor to … Continue reading

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Turning blue, brown and green!

In response. This is in response to several enquiries: “Fungus turn feet green [sic], dead skin turning green [sic], ball of foot turning green [sic], my feet are turning brown.” Fungus like tinea pedis does not turn skin or feet … Continue reading

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Thinking at the critical moment of action

A recent study indicated that thinking at the critical moment of taking action messes up the action. This is nothing new. Almost all professional athletes in all sports know that focus and concentration, i.e., not thinking, is crucial for a … Continue reading

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Stroke, hands turning purple

In response. Strokes generally affect motor function of the muscular system. If hands are turning purple after a stroke, that indicates that somehow the circulation to the hands is not functioning. That means that the stroke may have caused a … Continue reading

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Teeth and salt are enemies

In response to the statement: “Lime juice and salt for teeth harmful.” Yes! Never use salt to brush the teeth! Salt is a mineral. It is abrasive. It does not completely react with weak solutions. It dissolves in them. Salt … Continue reading

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