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Back pain is shockingly common, with 39% of all American adults reporting some form of back pain. It gets more common with age, too; 44.3% of people over age 45 say their back hurts, and 45.6% of people over the age of 65 report pain in their back.
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A shoulder sprain occurs when the ligaments that connect the collarbone to the shoulder joint are damaged. This injury can be caused by a fall, a sudden twisting motion, or as the result of repetitive stress. But no matter whether you hurt your shoulder playing basketball, in a car accident, or gardening, one thing is true: It hurts. Now, you’re wondering how long it will take to heal. In this article, we’ll answer that question. Let’s talk about shoulder sprain recovery time and some things you can do that may help you recover faster.
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Bunions are bumps that form near the base of the big toe. They occur when the joint in the big toe becomes misaligned and a bump in the bone forms as a result. This is a type of bone condition that is most often the result of extended periods of pressure on the toes. It’s usually seen in older adults who have worn constricting shoes for years on end.
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Have you ever heard your doctor or other health care provider refer to something called RICE? Have you not quite figured out what it means? If you would like to better understand what medical professionals are referring to when they use the term “RICE,” keep reading below for more information. The next time you visit your physician, you’ll be able to tell them you know exactly what it means!
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Unfortunately, lower back pain is the number one cause of disability around the world. In the U.S. alone, 39% of adults have experienced back pain in the last year.
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