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Middle-Class Americans Annually Saved $1,400 Less By 2005 Because Of Income Inequality: Study

Middle-Class Americans Annually Saved $1,400 Less By 2005 Because Of Income Inequality: Study

Commented May 16, 2013 at 17:35:24 in Business

“Because soon they'll be focusing on Chinese consumers instead of U.S. consumers!”

cliffmeade on May 16, 2013 at 17:36:42

“They will have too!”
Chronic Pain Affects 47 Percent Of U.S. Adults, Survey Finds

Chronic Pain Affects 47 Percent Of U.S. Adults, Survey Finds

Commented Apr 30, 2012 at 19:20:39 in Healthy Living

“I'd be the numbers with chronic pain in populations with lower incomes are probably higher than this study shows. Having no health insurance also probably lowers the rate of reporting of pain.

Of course, those in higher positions sitting at a computer all day have their own kinds of chronic pain that tend to be different from those who are doing the physical labor.”
Posture or Posturing: Myths and Reality

Posture or Posturing: Myths and Reality

Commented Jun 6, 2012 at 17:33:21 in Healthy Living

“Great direction! People need to pay attention, be introspective, and BREATHE! :-)”
Posture or Posturing: Myths and Reality

Posture or Posturing: Myths and Reality

Commented Jun 4, 2012 at 17:18:50 in Healthy Living

“It really is crucial that people know that posture is about being able to move well in all directions with a minimum of strain.

For a static postural assessment, I think being "straight" is actually important. The reason is just pure physics. Not being lined up from ankle to ear means weight is being distributed inefficiently/off-center. If someone can't stand straight with their major load-bearing joints lined up from the front and side, they have very little hope of being able to move properly!”

FELDYPT on Jun 5, 2012 at 09:57:38

“Thanks Matt, I agree when posture is measured in a static position the alignment is straight. My background as a PT draws on the greats of Florence Kendall and her contributions for the reference you mention above. (http://bit.ly/KB9WL3). But this form of measure is all we seem to go by, so I wanted to tease out the thinking of going into our senses to right our posture in a moment by moment assessment. This creates a filter to feel for rigidity and breath holding.”