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The hamstring's not pulled, he's obviously got this tightness he's uncomfortable with.
Researchers used an academically-compiled index of countries' cultural tightness and a separate index on their treatment of gender equality, and World Bank statistics on the percentage of leadership positions filled by women, such as legislators, senior officials and managers.
Each room's air tightness level is unique and is unknown before the room is constructed.
But afteward, he had some tightness in his right side, so we'll shut him down for three to seven days.
The fabrics were prepared with three different tightness factors C1, C2, and C3 by using different stitch density (loops/sq inch) and Tex of yarn.
Test and X-ray results found cannabis smokers experienced wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and phlegm.
Preoperatively, he and his associates subjectively measured and documented patellar tightness in the superior, inferior, medial, or lateral directions in 410 knees between November 2004 and November 2005.
The growth of the Chinese consumer economy may also be coupled with a tightness in aluminum supply.
Most people have little pain other than an aching and a sense of tightness, but if the problem continues, the cyst can become quite large, firm, and painful.
Those could include feelings of tightness in the chest or coughing," he said.
I've had many offerings on parental tightness in the region.
Purpose: Hamstring tightness has been documented in apparently healthy Nigerian adults and in those with musculoskeletal problems, but the influence of age on hamstring tightness has not been studied.
Also, warming up before you start working out can alleviate chest tightness, while breathing through pursed lips may help reduce airway obstruction.
Balancing things out with tightness, good humor, and musical numbers was Crustaces et Coquillages (Mariscos Beach), Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau's crowd-pleaser about a French family on a sexually liberating seaside vacation.
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease with symptoms including reversible airway constriction, chest tightness, cough, and wheezing.