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Daniel Lee Nov 24
Compression garment and its effects on central hemodynamics in healthy individuals. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000003801
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RDHAP Connect Nov 29
I do this every day with my dog. But you dont need a dog to walk. You can dance from your bed to the kitchen. # smile
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Robby Dawkins Nov 30
Bustin’ it at the gym this morning...smiled but couldn’t hold it long enough...😂 149 😅
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Kingwood Library Dec 1
has many . It has can positively impact our , too. Reading can reduce , lower the , and ease muscle . Find out more info about how reading can your life in this article from the Hawk Eye @ .
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Equivital Nov 26
Only a few days to go before the . We are excited to be part of the virtual event this year. Visit us next week to see how our solutions can help with physiological monitoring. ,
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Santiago Sanz PhD. in Sport Science #Altitude Nov 29
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Anton Black Nov 24
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GlobalDivingResearch Nov 23
Dr. Cozzi explains a new study showing that 🐬 are able to vary their during diving depending on the duration!📽️👉 . This explains how reduce uptake and the 👨‍⚕️📑
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Journal of Clinical Medical Research Nov 26
Atrial fibrillation is an irregular and often rapid heart rate that occurs when the two upper chambers of your heart experience chaotic electrical signals. The heart rate in atrial fibrillation may range from 100 to 175 beats a minute.
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JAMA Internal Medicine Nov 30
A is an implantable electronic device that ensures a minimum acceptable at all times. This Patient Page describes different types of pacemakers and other considerations for patients who need a pacemaker
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Kevin Nov 26
I forgot the biological effect that Purdue basketball has on me. It’s unlike any other sport.
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CancerWellnessforLife Dec 1
Curious to hear this is the increase in or truly aerobic exercise? Of course my brain is wondering about modalities given running limitations for many pts.
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Syafiq Raffiqin Liow 廖勇锋 Nov 30
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Online Harbour Nov 27
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David Ramahefason Nov 25
plan Day12 Small endurance with faster pace. Today’s was around 136bm for 174bpm
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AgelessPhysioClinic Nov 30
Exercise help your lymphatic system? in your body rely on this stimulation by moving your & getting your up to stimulate the lymphatic flow. The effective & potential contraction of your muscles help prevent infections & other diseases.
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David Ramahefason Nov 24
plan Day11 Still easy had to change my route at ne point because a portion was close. Today’s was around 121bpm for 156W.
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ROHSI Nov 26
Benefits of Speed •Raises your •Improves efforts •Increases flexibility of your muscles and joints •Strengthens muscles •Increases impact •Gives you the benefits of decreased 🏃🏃🏃👆🙏
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OfAllPositions Nov 25
demonstrates the importance of keeping baby warm during resuscitation followed by an assessment of and
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Sean Hamilton Nov 30
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