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Lanterna salva família de torcedores após jogo de futebol no Uruguai


Uma grande confusão com torcedores do Peñarol obrigou a suspensão do clássico contra o Nacional, que aconteceria neste domingo (27), pelo Campeonato Uruguaio. No enfrentamento da torcida contra a polícia, é possível ver até mesmo um botijão de gás sendo arremessado de cima do estádio Centenário de Montevidéu. “Não estão garantidas a segurança do local e uma possível evacuação deixaria muitos feridos”, disse o diretor nacional de polícia Mario Layera após a decisão de suspender […]

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It’s Your Muscles. Believe It or Knot


Dr. Martin G Owen BHK (Exercise Science) MD CCFP Imagine hanging from a tree over the open mouth of a crocodile. Despite your desire to keep on living, eventually the pain in your arms will become so severe that you will fall to the delight of the awaiting predator. Imagine hanging from a tree over the open mouth of a crocodile. Despite your desire to keep on living, eventually the pain in your arms will […]

Cosmetic Surgery Guide for Non-Caucasians

The demand for cosmetic surgery within non-Caucasian ethnic groups has risen dramatically in the last two decades. The desire to maintain a youthful appearance and preserve beauty through surgery crosses ethnic boundaries. Unfortunately, many of the standard cosmetic surgery procedures were developed for Caucasians and do not necessarily address the aesthetic concerns of darker skinned individuals. Furthermore, there are structural differences between Caucasians and non-Caucasians with regard to skin, facial anatomy and body type.

Thoughts on Preventive Cardiology

We are all familiar with the adverse cardiovascular consequences that ensue when the risk factors in column A go unchecked. We need to understand that the same degree of such consequences are likely to occur when the risk factors noted in column B go unchecked as well.

Biologic Therapy in Crohn’s Disease

Andrew DuPont, MD and Atilla Ertan, MD Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that is suspected to result from a dysregulated immune system in genetically predisposed individuals, which can lead to abdominal pain, diarrhea, and malnutrition. Intestinal inflammation and subsequent symptoms tend to recur over time and can lead to other complications, such as fistulas, abscesses, and strictures.

Anti-Aging: Inside & Outside

The quest for maintaining or restoring health and beauty impacts each of us in different ways. If you are sitting in a doctor’s office as you read this article, then you are likely involved in some aspect of this quest. Much of American (and western) medicine is focused on treating disease and hopefully restoring health, sadly with much less emphasis on maintaining wellness and health. Ideally, each of us would have as one of our […]

Exercise to Stay Young at Heart

Is it true that exercise does more for your body than beef up your muscles and help you shed excess fat? When it comes to your health, the answer is an emphatic “Yes!” In fact, skipping out on the recommended 30-60 minutes of vigorous physical activity per day can do more harm than you think.

Rise Up Against Sitting Disease

Sedentary disease is becoming the malady of the century. Millions and millions of lives are affected by the sitting disease that spreads almost like a virus. It has become a lifestyle and combating it is no longer a luxury but a necessity. Today, the modern society is exposed to some of the most serious health issues of our times, triggered by the escalating rate of sitting disease. Heart disorders, diabetes, obesity, and depression can all […]

Function or Aesthetics? Both.

Traditionally the focus of dentistry has been on biological care such as cavities, gum disease and overall oral health. Treatment planning was solely based on these factors and aesthetics was the very last factor, often being not a factor at all. With the new generation of dentistry there is a new shift towards balancing health, function and beauty. A beautiful smile today is more important than in the past few decades as people pay more […]

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