Archive | April, 2005

Special Populations Notes — Modified Physiological Systems

Exercise has many benefits in preventing illnesses and injuries. But what about those people who have a modified physiological system (MPS) because they have experienced an accident or illness? Or because they are pregnant? How does exercise affect those individuals? Does exercise still help those people? The Exercise-Reports.com Special Populations section is dedicated to documenting […]

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Precautions During Cold and Flu

Colds and flu alter your physiology, which can make you vulnerable to secondary problems.

Coughing and sneezing  increases intradisc pressure. …

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Angioplasty

Regarding the trip to Rome for the funeral of Pope John Paul II, Bill Clinton was asked about his first flight aboard Air Force One since the end of his presidency: “I never thought I’d be on this plane again – I had a good time. They have turkey burgers too, which they didn’t have […]

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