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Hop a Little, Jump a Little one…two, three!

Jumping-RopeIt is not just a rhyme meant for kindergarten children. It involves meaningful message for many who is fighting with the global health menace, obesity and excessive body weight. According to recent research findings, the skipping rope is an alternative to high intensity workouts. For many urban dwellers, particularly women, that is unable to cater time for gym and workouts, skipping serve as the best option. The skipping rope, which is cost effective and uncomplicated, would provide complete exercise to all your muscles in significantly less time. It is one of the most effective cardio exercises, which assures the better cardiovascular health. In a comparative mode, skipping is far more improved than jogging. In a 6 week comparative study, a 10 minute jumping session was proved effective than the 30 minutes jogging. It involves all target muscles and burn more calories per minute than rowing and swimming.

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Posted by Sciences Blog - 24/01/2018 at 05:15

Categories: Cardiovascular Diseases & Diagnosis, Cardiovascular Pharma, Cardiovascular Research, Experimental Cardiology   Tags: , ,

Take your Eyes off from the Computer Screen!

People working in front of computer screen for long hours need to pay attention to this as it may help them in relaxing their eyes and protecting their vision to see the beautiful world. If you are a computer freak and love to spend time in surfing the web, Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 22/01/2013 at 05:41

Categories: Clinical, Medical, Ophthalmic Pathology   Tags: , ,

The Defects in Chest Wall in Case of Electric Burns

Electrical burns are the most devastating of all thermal injuries on a size for size basis with a tip of iceberg effect having dreaded outcomes. Electrical burn is a common problem in our society and needs special attention because of its various modes of presentations, Read more…

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Posted by Aron - 22/01/2013 at 04:38

Categories: Cardiovascular Research, Clinical, Medical   Tags: , ,

Gonadotropins and Infertility

Numerous studies have focused on finding the role of gonadotropins on the reproductive system in women and its effect on fertility. These hormones have a major role in causing infertility as they stimulate ovaries. Read more…

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Posted by Niklaus - 20/12/2012 at 03:51

Categories: Clinical, Genital System & Disorders, Medical   Tags: , ,

Childhood Cancer

Though cancers are quite rare in children but they do occur and their causes are also not clear. They may be genetically inherited or may result due to a mutation when the child is in the womb. This type of genetic predisposition may or may not lead to cancer ultimately. Read more…

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Posted by Anna - 13/12/2012 at 04:50

Categories: Clinical, Experimental Oncology, Medical   Tags: , ,

New Surgical Devices: How Much You Trust?

Advancements in science and technology have changed rapidly the surgery methods with many advanced devises being used on daily basis by medical practitioner such as sleep surgery and the devices which are associated with it; endoscopic surgery Read more…

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Posted by Joshi - 29/11/2012 at 06:01

Categories: Clinical, Medical, Otology & Rhinology   Tags: ,

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