When it comes to talking about ultrasounds, your first thought may be one of pregnancy and deducing whether the baby is a boy or girl. That’s accurate, but in addition to that, ultrasounds also have a number of other useful medical applications. They can be used to diagnose medical conditions as well as guide medical practitioners through procedures.
Each of us is born with 270 bones. As we grow and age, some of those bones fuse together, leaving adults with a total of 206 bones in the body. Each place where the bones of the skeleton fit together are called joints, and just as you may remember from the Dem Bones song, the knee joint connects the bones of the thigh and shin. The joints are then joined by a fibrous tissue that allows the ligaments to connect the bones together with other bones.
Our guest blogger, Cathleen, returns with a new review of another Osmosis product. This time, the Vitamin A serums that are up for discussion. Learn more about the unique properties of Vitamin A that work to refresh and rejuvenate your skin and slow down the aging process.
Sit-ups, crunches, leg lifts, Pilates … name the exercise and you’ve probably tried it in an attempt to eliminate and tighten up the trouble areas. If you’re someone who regularly exercises and watches what they eat, it can be incredibly frustrating to find that no amount of hard work can dissolve the areas that you most want to reduce. Depending on where you carry your extra weight, you may find unwanted fat accumulation in the arms, back, stomach, legs, face or neck. And when it comes to places like the neck, no amount of diet and exercise can tighten up the area or provide a lift, but there is a solution.