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How Does Electromagnetic Therapy Increase Bone Mass & Bone Strength?
by Steven Weber in Health
The Swiss physician Paracelsus in the 16th century was the first to use magnetic fields in the treatment of such ailments as epilepsy and hemorrhaging. Today, magnetic therapy makes use of electrical-magnetic fields in the treatment of bone disorders such as osteoporosis. Joint pain, and bone-related injuries can also benefit from electromagnetic treatments. An electromagnetic simulationImage b

What Do Bone Mass Calculations Mean on Bone Density Tests?
by Oli in Health
Bone mineral density (BMD) tests--or bone mass tests--are measurements of the relative strength and integrity of certain bones in the body that are susceptible to the effects of the bone-weakening condition called osteoporosis. The FactsAccording to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, BMD tests can detect cases of osteoporosis, measure an individual’

How to Learn about Bone Scan: Bone Cancer
by ronansprake in Health
A nuclear medicine tech does body scans to show bone growth. A bone scan is used to evaluate bone growth. It evaluates metastasized bones, especially with someone who is waiting for a bone cancer prognosis. All information is used to determine bone cancer treatment for a tumor that may be growing.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions The doctor can tell how much damage is in the bone, and the bone co

How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal
by nishar7 in Home & Garden
Bone meal is a popular organic fertilizer for gardens and flower beds, consisting of the ground-up bones of livestock. It contains nitrogen and phosphorous to nourish plants, as well as calcium, an important mineral for perennials. In addition, it is a natural slow-release fertilizer, releasing nutrients into the soil as the bone decomposes. It is a relatively simple task to make your own bone mea

Bone Marrow Scan for Bone Infection
by Taylon Silmer in Health
It is important to detect a bone infection--also known as osteomyelitis--early because it can spread to other parts of the body, such as muscles and tendons. A bone scan is a test that is used to find out if people have bone problems, such as a bone infection. DefinitionA bone scan measures bone metabolism, or the natural processes involved in bone growth. Bone abnormalities can signal that a p

Prognosis for Bone to Bone Contact in Knee
by whatintheworldisthat in Health
Friction from bone-to-bone contact in the knee causes pain and inflammation. While not life-threatening, pain experienced while walking, running or bike riding limits activity. Conservative treatments and surgery reduce pain, restore function and preserve an active lifestyle. CausesBone-to-bone contact in the knee is due to the loss of cartilage that cushions and lubricates the joints (osteoart

Where Does the Bone in Bone China Come From?
by Lithuania in Home & Garden
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How to BBQ a T-Bone
by Sweden in Food & Drink
On a hot summer day, few things are better than a good hearty meal of freshly cooked steak and grilled vegetables. If you're a beginning chef or don't have the confidence in your cooking, have no fear. Grilling a t-bone steak is a relatively straightforward process. Whether you choose to create your own marinade for the steak or use store-bought barbecue sauce, once you perfect the grilling techni
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How to Dye Bone With Tea
by aafr in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Bone beads and buttons and other miscellaneous bone craft notions look great in their natural state. However, dying them brings out a certain depth and richness to the item which enhances its already attractive appearance. One of the easiest dyes to transform your notions from beautiful to stunning is tea. Dyed-bone beads are excellent for antique-look chokers, breast plates, earrings, headbands,
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How to Dye Bone
by Erwin in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Throughout history, bones have been used in making jewelry. Methods for dyeing bones have evolved over time. While chemical stains or coloring agents will artificially color bones, natural materials such as tea, beets and coffee are also effective. You can make a natural black dye with water, tannins and iron. Darken bone or any natural material to a rich black color by first soaking in a tannic a
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