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Good Eating Habits For Long Distance Runners
Interesting question: but it may be more appropriate for a site that focuses on athletics. ...Read more
Plantar fasciatis: There are several problems runners can develop from blisters to fractures. ...Read more
Endurance athletes: Endurance athletes burn a lot of calories and build lean muscle. ...Read more
I feel that my left eye vision is good but a little blurry, I mean that I can see for long distance but with little blurry in my left eye.
Probably fine: I am guessing that your right eye sees clearly and there is a little blur when you cover the right eye. Many eyes are a little different from each other and it appears your left eye has a little bit of need for glasses but given that the right eye is so good, there is no hurry to do this. ...Read more
57 m w/ right small inguinal hurnia. Good health. Love running slow yet long distance. As far as chronic pain & back to running - is it open or l-scop
I have just had a consultation for laser eye surgery, as my long distance vision is so good but my near vision is poor, it has been recommended that I only treat one eye.This means I have one good eye of each.
I have been wearing a tempory contact in the
Monovision: Monovision is the term for one eye corrected for distance (it may be natural as in your case) and one eye corrected for near which allows for reasonable vision at all distances to compensate for older age sight (presbyopia). When I do this, i insist that my patients mimic this with contact lenses for a couple of weeks to see if it works for them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is bike-riding a good way to start losing weight and getting in shape? How long should I ride for? (Distance/duration) I appreciate any and all advice
I am 63, female, in good health. I have throbbing knee pain (both) when in bed at night. I do not have diffiuculty walking, long distances even, and d?
Many things: If you have no pain walking, unless you walk very slowly, poor circulation seems unlikely. Most of my patients experience more pain when they go to bed, what ever the condition happens to be. I think that is because we are distracted during the day and we aggravate many conditions with daily activities, so it hurts more when we go to bed. You may have arthritis, a pinched nerve, a torn meniscus ...Read more
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