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The tendons of four muscles in the upper arm form the rotator cuff, blending together to help stabilize the shoulder. The rotator cuff tendons allow you to raise and rotate your arm. This video discusses what happens when these tendons are damaged.
A Veteran may not show any signs of wanting to self-harm before doing so. But there are some signs to look for. And certain conditions that can put a person at risk.
High cholesterol makes heart disease more likely. And heart disease kills more Americans than all cancers combined. For your health’s sake, learn how to control your cholesterol and lower your risk.
Maintaining a healthy weight allows you to look and feel your best. It’s also one of the best things you can do for your health.
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Last updated January 13, 2017