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Tennis Elbow Pain Anyone
Whether you are competing against yourself or on a team, competitive athletes want the ability to "give it all you've got." You want to play up to your natural talent; and frustration occurs when injury disables you, especially one that keeps coming back.

Tennis Elbow is just such an injury. Tennis Elbow ("elbow tendonitis" or "epicondylitis") is inflammation where a tendon attaches one of the forearm muscles to the bone of the upper arm. Symptoms of Tennis Elbow include inflammation, elbow pain and wrist weakness. Tennis Elbow is diagnosed in players of all racquet sports and in carpenters, electricians, skiers, bowlers and golfers.



Back Packs and Back Pain
The amount of weight carried by children in their backpacks deserves serious consideration. Loading the spine risks low back pain not only in adults but in children; the load that children commonly carry is their school backpack. To quantify how much weight children likely carry in their backpacks, researchers from Milan, Italy ascertained the weight of backpacks used by sixth graders at several schools.


Arthritis
Recently, one of our chiropractic sources printed a very interesting article reviewing a study published in the "Annals of Internal Medicine". The outcome of this study may be very useful to you or someone you know.


Allergies-Mary Mary How (Technical)
That's right. The second line used to read "How does your GARDEN grow?" A more appropriate question is becoming: "How does your ALLERGY grow?". According to information released in December, 1999 by the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, the number of people suffering from allergies has grown from 12 to 38 percent in a thirty year period. According to Thomas Ogren who has spent the last 11 years studying allergies, allergic asthma has now become the number one chronic childhood disease in America.



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