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Commercializing university research -- Hopping robots, liquid shoes, electricity from heat

...d applications in healthcare products (e.g. liquid shoes or shoe insoles, liquid helmets), liquid armors, car bumpers, and other applications.Funding for this project will be used to develop a commercialization strategy for this technology, including the use of the liquid super-sponge for the liquid shoe/i...

Tipsheet: Focus on gait training, pain relief, pressure ulcers and hearing aid training

...edge insoles inserted into shock-absorbing walking shoes relieved pain and stiffness and improved walking i...ral-wedge insoles in lightweight cushioned walking shoes for 4 weeks. They answered questions about the amount of pain, stiffness, and problems with activity...

Dieting danger: Female athletes limiting calories more likely to get stress fractures

... "It's not as simple as 'Run less' or 'Change your shoes every 300 miles.' It's a complex problem, and you can't prevent something if you don't know what causes it." Risk factors for exercise-related leg pain were a prior history of the condition, disordered eating and excessive pronation (a rolling inw...

Study provides evidence that autism affects functioning of entire brain

...rote very slowly. Many had difficulty tying their shoes and with using scissors. "These findings show that you can't compartmentalize autism under three basic areas," Dr. Minshew said. "It's much more complex than that." Dr. Minshew explained that the major implication of the finding is that when se...

Slowing Alzheimer's disease by keeping mind and body active

...imer's disease. Until that time, keep your running shoes and crossword puzzles handy. ...

Vaccinate or not? Treat or not? Study looks at tricky health decisions

...matically if we step back and put ourselves in the shoes of others. The findings may help individuals who f...rent perspectives. One group put themselves in the shoes of a doctor advising a patient, another took the role of a parent deciding for a child, and a third ...

Mowing the lawn is not child's play

... passengers on ride-on mowers. Always wear sturdy shoes while mowing not sandals. Young children should be at a safe distance from the area you are mowing. Before mowing, pick up stones, toys and debris from the lawn to prevent injuries from flying objects. Always wear eye and hearing protection. U...

Injuries from lawn mowing increase nationwide

...njuries. Wear goggles, long pants and close-toed shoes with gripped soles Clear the yard of debris before mowing Keep everyone, especially small children, from the yard while mowing People with histories of chest, back or joint pain should reconsider mowing Use care and wear protective gloves when s...

Vertebroplasty heals fractures but may cause others, Mayo Clinic study finds

...eryday movements such as bending over to tie their shoes or turning over in bed, because their bones are weakened. Each year, 700,000 people suffer this injury. For four out of five patients, the fracture heals and the accompanying pain goes away in approximately four weeks with bed rest and analgesics. Ho...

Vertebroplasty improves back pain, activity level, Mayo Clinic study reports

...jury. For example, while bending over to tie their shoes or turning over in bed, patients' vertebrae may fracture because their bones are weakened due to osteoporosis. Each year, 700,000 people suffer this injury. For four out of five patients, the fracture heals and the accompanying pain goes away in appr...

Chilling can cause colds

...iff (October to March). The volunteers took their shoes and socks off and half had their feet chilled in ice cold water for 20 minutes while the others sat with their feet in an empty bowl. 29% of the chilled volunteers developed cold symptoms over the next 4-5 days compared to only 9% in the control gro...

Avoiding amputation: Early infection intervention can save feet & legs

...ess, blisters, cuts or sores; to wear well-fitting shoes and protect their feet from injury; and to remove their shoes and socks at each diabetes-related checkup so feet can be examined The researchers also find that pa...

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