The first is waist to hips ratio. Especially in women a recent report has shown that a high waist to hips ratio is a powerful predictor of heart disease. Second is the size of your waist. In particular a waist of 35 in women and 40 in men predicts poor health.
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New Study Shows Cortisone Injection Before Rotator Cuff Surgery Increases The Risk Of Failure Of The Surgery And The Need For Re-operation
I avoid cortisone in part for this reason. Instead of cortisone a much better option is Platelet Rich Plasma or Stem Cell injection which I will describe below.
A new study in JAMA surgery by Johns Hopkins surgeon Dr. Martin Makary has shown that arthroscopic surgery to trim the cartilaginous meniscus was no better than non-operative treatment for patients in their 60s.
NBC news recently reported that a hospital affiliated with the National Institutes of Health had large quantities of bacteria that are resistant to most or all antibiotics – so called “superbugs” – lurking in its plumbing system. It did not appear that these bacteria routinely made their way to inpatients, but there is no way to know for sure.
A recent study has shown that low Vitamin D levels were associated with both prior sports hernias and lower extremity strains. The data was taken from the 2015 NFL combine. Overall 59% of the players had low levels