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Fibromyalgia-affected women can benefit from aquatic aerobic exercise: Study


By: Devon Andre | Fibromyalgia | Monday, June 27, 2016 - 02:00 PM Fibromyalgia-affected women can benefit from aquatic aerobic exercise. The findings come from Turkish researchers who revealed that aquatic aerobic exercises can offer benefits to fibromyalgia patients. Fibromyalgia patients experience widespread pain and thus have weaker muscular strength.

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Shoulder Blade Pain: Left, Right, Under, Between Scapula | eHealthStar


The shoulder blades are two flat, triangular bones on each side of the top of your back. They are connected to the upper arm bones (humerus) and collar bones (clavicle) and to the muscles of the upper back, neck and arm. NOTE: This is not a read-through article.

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