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Depends : I often get nostalgic at all the fuss.Playgrounds are disappearing at the same rate governments are pushing us to avoid any impact risk & assure disabled access.A practical surface should fit the need. Wood mulch is cheep but temporary & attracts bugs, rubber mulch has better impact protection, sand is fine for most home sets. A public park may need to meet local govt standards. ...Read more
Cleaning: i would suggest that you use natural products to clean. Commercial products contain dangerous chemicals which can disrupt your hormones! Consider water and vinegar mixture. ...Read more
If i had normal DEXA 10 yr ago and eat right and exercise, do I need to repeat it? Stopped estrogen at 60 women in family (pat/mat) live into late 90s
Healthy baby boomer: Dear baby boomer -- congratulations on your healthy lifestyle choices, good genes, normal dexa scan 10 years ago, and playful, fun-loving personality. Given that you stopped your estrogen supplementation a while back, i would think that you should do a repeat dexa scan just to be on the safe side. Were you to go back onto hormones, remember the option of bioidentical hormones. May you live to 100! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you please recommend some effective strength/body building exercises that can be done on a mat?
Sit-up squats lunges: Sit-ups, crunches, push-ups, leg lifts, squats and lunges. ...Read more
My friend has mat herpes from wrestling. He told me i can't get it from him because he is on medication for it. Is this true?
I have been dealing with metatarsal pain for a few weeks.Was doing better.After walking on a thick mat in a store,pain got worse. What could be cause?
Unclear: Pain in the bottom of the foot may be caused by many things. The differential is large and includes deformity, arthritis, inflammation, infection, fracture, avascular necrosis, and neuropathy. You should visit your doctor or make an appointment with someone who specializes in foot problems such as an orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more
If foci resolves over 2 years (subcort & perivent) they are not a scars (?) but remain (rt frnt wt mat) what would they be from? (lesion lft occip)
Foci of what?: This is an imprecise question.Get a more detailed answer ›
Friction burns: If just red with no broken skin they should heal in 1-2 days. If skin broken then may take a week. ...Read more
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