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Journal EntryInjury Prevention Strategies: A lot rests on your shoulders
The shoulders are highly movable joints that are vulnerable to injuries. There are some steps you can take to keep them injury-free.
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Journal EntryInjury Prevention Strategies: A real sprain in the ankle
Chances are you have either sprained an ankle at some point in your life, or you know someone who has done so. Fortunately there are strategies to keep these joints functioning well—and to keep you from having to go through the injury rehabilitation process.
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Journal EntryInjury Prevention Strategies: Lifting, Strengthening, Stretching
Many back injuries result from lifting heavy objects incorrectly. Check out HPRC’s tips for proper lifting, along with some other strategies for maintaining a healthy back.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-ceriusKeep fit to reduce your risk of breast cancer
Exercise is beneficial for women in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer. A new study finds that it’s never too late to start exercising to reduce your risk.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programStay injury free with our new strategies!
HPRC continues to expand its valuable strategies for injury prevention.
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Journal EntryToo loud for you to hear?
There are some tips you can use to prevent exposure to hazardous noise levels recreationally and occupationally.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programYou Need Your Knees
The knee is a complex joint that is made up of many important ligaments, tendons, and muscles. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one you may have heard of before because it’s a common injury, but there are strategies for decreasing your chances of injuring it.
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