Knee pain is something that many runners experience at some point during their training. Persistent knee pain is often referred to as "runner's knee," which is a condition that leaves many runners' marathon dreams in tatters. If you regularly experience knee pain, here are three steps you can take right now to overcome the injury and get your training back on track. 1. Replace Your Shoes Sometimes, runner's knee is simply the result of running in shoes that are too old and worn out to offer the support and cushioning your legs need.
- Currently there is no absolute cure for headaches; however, there are numerous treatment options available, including medications and complementary therapies. It is important to always consult your doctor before undertaking any kind of treatment. Headache treatment can be categorised into two main types of treatment: acute (administered when you feel the headache start to reduce a current headache) and prophylactic (administered to reduce the frequency of headaches over time). Acute Treatment
- Some people are all too familiar with an imposing sound that can't be blocked out or turned off. Such is the case with tinnitus and its incessant ringing or hissing. The issue has varying degrees of severity, just as it has a number of possible causes. It can be related to a direct auditory trauma (as Steve Martin discovered when he developed tinnitus after filming with guns for 1986's Three Amigos).
- If you are a chemist, finding a reliable and trustworthy supplier is one of your biggest headaches. Before you start a business as a chemist, you need to find the supplier that you will depend on to supply you with quality pharmaceutical drugs promptly. Unfortunately, such a supplier is difficult to come by since most of the suppliers are either unreliable or unscrupulous. If you are looking to hire an OTC pharmaceutical supplier, read on to find out how you can identify a dependable supplier for your chemist.
- One of the surgical procedures that is becoming increasingly popular is robotic prostate cancer surgery. Even though your doctor may have explained the process and procedures to you regarding this surgery, you might still have a few misconceptions. Here are a few of the myths about robotic surgery as a whole and the truth behind each myth. Robots are In-Charge One of the biggest myths regarding robotic surgery is that the robot is in complete control.