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Cempra's Solithromycin And The Great FDA Echo Chamber

If things continue ... for the treatment of acute bacterial sinusitis, acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis, and CABP. Notably, the trial was the biggest antibiotic safety trial of its kind (see N... read more

Your Body Balks When You Overdo It: Take It Slow To Avoid Pain

When it comes to avoiding sharp objects and hot pokers, it's comforting to know that our nerves ... therapists call delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). The scientific explanation of it is rather lon... read more

Four things you should know before starting that exercise regime

Most of us know about the need ... causing acute inflammation. How to avoid this experience? Anyone starting an exercise programme should build it up gradually. In extreme cases of delayed onset muscl... read more

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No pain, no gain? 5 myths about post-workout muscle soreness

While all kinds of muscular contraction can cause soreness, eccentric contraction — where the muscle lengthens as it contracts — is most often associated with DOMS. This includes moveme ... read more


AveXis' (AVXS) CEO Sean Nolan on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

The onset of the disease usually occurs in people between 40 and 70 years of age, with 50 probably being the median age of diagnosis. Genetic ALS is progressive with significant disability including m... read more

Preventing muscle soreness after exercise and exercise and advice for low back pain

Rob Herbert: We're talking about delayed onset muscle soreness which is the soreness that happens ... of Sydney and you're listening to the Health Report here on ABC Radio National. read more

The Medical Minute: Avoid overexertion injuries from 'spring fever'

Overexertion injuries are as common ... at home to build and maintain muscle strength. If all else fails… Despite all the preparations, you still might pull a muscle, strain a tendon or experience del... read more

Eating to Fuel Exercise

If people are really embarking on an exercise program and want to prevent that delayed-onset muscle soreness, refueling is part of it ... What do we need to know about replenishing fluids as we exerci... read more

Nancy Eckerson: Find some relief for those poor muscles

Luckily, there are many things you ... what likely causes muscle soreness in the first place. According to WebMD, muscle soreness that we experience a day or two after a hard workout or running a race ... read more

Health Check: do you need to stretch before and after exercise?

Some believe stretching reduces the risk of injury, reduces soreness experienced after exercise, or enhances sporting performance. Optimists think stretching does all these things ... important reduct... read more

How Many Sets and Reps Should You Really Do?

So what's the right combination of sets and reps to build muscle? 3x10? 5x5? 10x10? Somewhere in between? This article will shed some light on the science of how many sets you should ... "Causes of De... read more

Popping Ibuprofen Before or After Workouts Won't Damage Your Kidneys—but It's Also Probably Pointless

So even from the start, we know the study’s results might not apply to recreational ... some people will take the painkiller after a workout to help relieve delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS (the ... read more



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