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  • Study associates regular vigorous physical activity with improved cardiac response to exercise in people with COPD

    The new study aimed to provide a detailed characterisation of the parameters of cardiac autonomic response to exercise that could be used in the design of pulmonary rehabilitation programs and physical activity interventions for patients with COPD.

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  • First Aid Kit

    Fortunately, most minor injuries are simple to treat—so simple, in fact, that you can find all of the materials that you need in a well-stocked first aid kit. An inexpensive store-bought kit is a good place to start. You can also assemble your own using the list below as a guide.

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  • Ice and Heat Packs

    When you are injured or experience soreness or chronic pain, you may receive conflicting advice about what to do. Apply heat? Apply cold? Here’s an overview of how to use temperature in the healing process.

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  • What steps you should take if you’ve been injured in a car wreck

    Being injured in a car wreck can be a traumatic situation both physically and emotionally. Injuries ranging from lacerations, to concussion, to serious lower back issues that can last for years, cannot only make life difficult, but they can cause you to lose time at work.

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  • What Is Outpatient Physical Therapy?

    Outpatient physical therapy is physical therapy completed outside the home, which requires you traveling to and from a facility for your sessions. Outpatient physical therapy is what most people refer to or think of when they talk about physical therapy.

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