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3 home remedies for shoulder pain

3 home remedies for shoulder pain

If you have shoulder pain, you can likely understand how disruptive and uncomfortable it can be. Shoulder pain is one of the most prevalent conditions that cause pain. An estimated 4 million people are affected each year. This type of shoulder pain can be remedied...
4 steps to injury-free running

4 steps to injury-free running

Whether you’re an avid runner or you’re a beginner, you should know what steps you can take to remain injury-free while running. Almost half of all regular runners sustain injuries each year. It’s crucial that before you go out for your next run, you’re informed on...
Gamer neck: What is it and how do you fix it?

Gamer neck: What is it and how do you fix it?

Are you someone who loves to play video games? If you think about it, do you often find yourself slouching in your chair or on your bed while you’re looking at your screen? If so, you could very likely have something called “gamer neck,” also known teasingly as “nerd...