Cube cure

Gleason, Suzanne; Schecter, Alison
January 1996
Harper's Bazaar;Jan96, Issue 3410, p56
Focuses on the use of an ice pack for knee and ankle sprains. Ice's reduction of blood flow which less swelling and stiffness; Best time to apply ice; Bag of frozen peas as an alternative to ice packs.


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