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The tibia is the larger of your two leg bones. The fibula is the smaller. The tibia bears the most weight, so if it’s broken near your ankle but you mistakenly think you just have a sprain, you can do even more damage just by walking on it. > Then I did break my foot all those years ago. Dang!

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Sprain or Broken Ankle? 6 Clues

6 Clues Your Ankle is Broken Not Sprained

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How To: Tape a Sprained Ankle, Closed Basket Style

How to tape an ankle - used by wilderness medics

Although the fibula is thinner than the other leg bones, the fibula still plays a role in supporting the body’s weight and allowing movement. The fibula is found on each leg. http://www.learnbones.com/leg-bones-anatomy/

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How to Treat MRSA When There's No Doctor

Treating MRSA

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Diabetes Without Medication: What to Do

What to do in a Natural disaster when you run out of medication for diabetes.

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How Long Do the Flu Symptoms Last?

How long do the flu symptoms last? Here are more flu answers from The Survival Doctor: http://www.thesurvivaldoctor.com/2015/02/02/how-long-do-flu-symptoms-last/ .

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Experts' 10 Best Home Remedies—Using Stuff Around Your House

The best home remedies from doctors and other experts that use stuff you already have lying around the house.

#Arthritis #Infographic

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Surprising Medication Side Effects

Surprising Side Effects of 10 Over-the-Counter Medicines

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How Changing Your Breathing Can Change Your Life (INFOGRAPHIC)

How Changing Your Breathing Can Change Your Life | INFOGRAPHIC - The best way to calm down is so innate to our lives, we often take it for granted: Taking a breath. Focusing on your own breathing can have a significant impact on your well-being and stress levels, and can even create physiological changes like lowering your blood pressure.

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The Top 10 Most Popular Posts About Surviving Colds and the Flu

The Top 10 Most Popular Posts About Surviving Colds and the Flu | The Survival Doctor

Nursing Health Tips

Nursing Health Tips

Nursing Health Tips

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What Causes of a High Fever? 6 Common Culprits

6 Common Causes of a High Fever | The Survival Doctor

T-shirts with positive quotes- LOVE THIS TEE SHIRT!! I purchased one for my sister in law and she cried when she read the quote. 20 years ago after a bad car accident she was told she would never walk again. Today she can walk!

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How to Slow a Fast Heart Rate

Three simple maneuvers to slow a dangerously fast heart rate.