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  • n. An excess amount of elasticity in a bodily joint

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  • And pointed out that I have what you call hypermobility in ...

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  • The mission was the victim of what terrorism experts call hypermobility, the low-tech stealth that helps bin Laden evade high-tech spies.

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  • You have also missed my point about hypermobility, which is that reducing the need for mobility is the best energy saver.

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  • His teenage daughter Gemma was recently diagnosed with a heart condition called hypermobility syndrome, which affects joints and muscles.

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  • #94 Mark Walker: "You have also missed my point about hypermobility, which is that reducing the need for mobility is the best energy saver.

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  • All the time since having Dharma I have been thinking about doing yoga again, but am a bit worried about my joints as I have hypermobility syndrome and well I worry about the potential injury.

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  • Good Story … regarding technology pushing out public space and impression mgt .. maybe look at mobilities regarding public space or non-places, places of hypermobility.

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  • Martin's hypothesis is that if the collagen is too elastic, it leads to both flexible joints and stretchy blood vessels - problems involved in joint hypermobility syndrome and migraine, respectively.

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  • Joint hypermobility syndrome may affect as many as 10 percent of women, Martin said, but that includes people with milder cases.

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  • Using interviews and written questionnaires, the researchers compared 28 severely double-jointed women to 232 women selected from the rolls of two primary care practices hypermobility is more common among women.

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