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Biceps brachii flexes the elbow and raises the arm at the shoulder joint. The Biceps Brachii is the largest and primary muscle of the front of the upper arm ...
The Biceps Femoris muscle shapes the lateral part of the hamstring muscles and causes knee flexion, which brings the lower leg up at the knee joint ...
Article in development ... The Semimembranosus muscle shapes the medial part of the hamstring muscles.
Posted on 29 December 2010.
AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner looks ahead to three key games in the NFL in Week 17. The improved Colts take on the Titans, the Bears play at Green Bay. St. Louis travels to Seattle.
Posted on 17 November 2010.
Dr. Christopher Cannon, cardiologist, explains acacetrapib, an experimental drug by Merck that pushed the so-called good cholesterol HDL to off-the-charts levels while also dropping bad cholesterol LDL is renewing hopes for a novel way to lower heart risks. Anacetrapib works by inhibiting an enzyme, called CETP, that is involved in transforming particles of good cholesterol […]
Posted on 02 July 2010.
Moview MV17DC Work with your view at the right height. Helps avoid neck strain and neck tension. Part of a complete ergonomic plan that can help prevent back pain by avoiding prolonged, awkward posture. More from moview.com
Posted on 07 June 2010.
“You can browbeat us all you want (about being fat), but it won’t work. In fact, it might even hurt … We know we’re fat.” — Al Roker, Jr. (weather anchor) Commenting on people with obesity coming to a point where they get help, or turn their lives around.
Posted on 16 March 2010.
Pingping, the world’s shortest man, who was 2 feet, 5.37 inches (74.6 centimeters) tall, has died of a heart condition in a hospital in Italy. He was taken to a hospital March 3 after he felt chest pains while rehearsing the Italian program “The Record Show.” He was in the intensive care unit at the […]
Posted on 10 March 2010.
Strasburg threw two scoreless innings and allowed two hits in the Washington Nationals’ 9-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Posted on 09 March 2010.
About 21 percent of women were infected with genital herpes, compared to only 11.5 percent of men. Also, about 39 percent of blacks were infected with genital herpes compared to about 12 percent for whites, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). About 48 percent of black women are infected with […]
Posted on 09 March 2010.
Old Dominion and Siena won Monday to wrap up a spot in the NCAA basketball tournament. Wofford College earned its first NCAA berth, while St. Mary’s upset Gonzaga to secure a place in college hoops main event.
Posted on 08 March 2010.
The 20-year-old Ping wedges with square-shaped grooves will no longer be allowed on the PGA Tour starting March 29 after an agreement reached Monday with Ping executives to waive its right that kept the PGA Tour from banning Ping Eye2 wedges made before April 1, 1990. The Ping Eye2 wedges have deeper, wide grooves no […]
Posted on 06 March 2010.
Intestinal bacteria contribute to changes in appetite and metabolism/Implications for Metabolic Syndrome Bacteria that helps digest food can cause obesity if the bacteria becomes unregulated and certain bacteria overpopulate and cause a low-leval inflammation that leads to a pre-diabetic condition and elevated appetite. Scientist discovered that mice genetically deficient in Toll-like receptor 5 (TLR5), a […]