As many of you may know, a recent study showed a higher risk of ADHD in children that are ambidextrous , or use both hands equally. This is also sometimes called mixed-handedness.
So, my question this week is:
Are you Right-Handed, Left Handed or Ambidextrous?
This is an interesting concept and I will look forward to yoru replies as well as future studies on this topic.
Read the article: Higher Risk of ADHD in People who are Ambidextrous
Look at your foot and ankle, without them you would not be able to walk to the store, dance to your favorite tune or drive a car. The foot and ankle are at times our only contact point with the earth and the things we do on earth. If something goes wrong with these important body parts, your whole world can fall apart.
Notice how complicated your foot is from heel to toes. Each foot has 28 bones and 30 joints ; now that is one complicated piece of equipment! Just above your foot is the ankle joint where the shinbone (tibia) rests on top of the talus (the uppermost foot bone). Because of the complicated anatomy and high degree of stress on the foot and ankle complex, this area has a frequent amount of over-diagnosed, under-diagnosed, and misdiagnosed conditions. You and your doctor need to understand that certain conditions can masquerade as others. Falling into a trap of an imposter can give you a never-ending cycle of unhappy feet.
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There are more than 400,000 tobacco-related deaths annually in the U.S. Health statistics estimate about 3,000 teenagers try and then regularly smoke cigarettes on a daily basis. It's been well documented that passive exposure to tobacco smoke increases the risk of asthma attacks , chronic bronchitis , emphysema , lung cancer , upper-respiratory tract and ear infections.
For years, doctors have addressed the different types of smoke exposure reporting on two main categories:
Active smoke : a person that actively smokes tobacco (cigarette or pipe)
Second-hand smoke : a person that breathes in side-stream smoke from the burning end of a cigarette or inhales the exhaled smoke from someone actively smoking.
Allergists and other asthma specialists have championed the cause for smoking cessation and the establishment of smoke free homes, cars and workplaces. The importance of completely banning smoke at all times in indoor environments was realized after research on Third-han...
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