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  • Common opioids less effective for patients on SSRI antidepressants, study finds

    Source - MedicalXpress

    Patients taking the most common form of antidepressant who are given the most widely prescribed opioid experience less pain relie

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  • More is better when coordinating with others

    Source - Science Daily

    Researchers have demonstrated that physical coordination is more beneficial in larger groups.

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  • What is Regenerative Medicine?

    Regenerative medicine is a fairly new area of medicine that focuses on repairing diseased or damaged tissue by creating new, healthier living tissue through the stimulation of your body’s own natural healing power. Orthopaedic experts, like those at Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, have been on the forefront of regenerative medicine for many years, developing various strategies to help heal bones, cartilage, and ligaments with cell therapy.

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  • Prospect of mesenchymal stem cells in therapy of osteoporosis: A review

    Osteoporosis is a systemic skeletal disease associated with reduced bone strong point that results in raised fracture risk, with decreased bone strength, leading to reduced bone mineral density and poor bone quality. It is the most common in older females but some men are also at high risk. Although considered as a predictable result of aging, it is can be avoidable and treatable.

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  • What are the best stretches for tight hamstrings?

    The hamstrings are very susceptible to injury, and people who participate in sports that involve running or sprinting are prone to developing tightness or injury in these muscles.

    The hamstrings refer to three different muscles in the back of the thigh that run from the hip to the knee. This muscle group helps us walk, run, and jump.

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