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RIO DE JANEIRO , Aug. 17 (Xinhua) -- Following are the Brazilian Serie A standings after the latest round of matches completed on Sunday (tabulated under games played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points).

1 Corinthians 19 12 4 3 27 14 40

2 Atletico Mineiro 19 11 3 5 33 18 36

3 Gremio 19 11 3 5 29 17 36

4 Fluminense 19 10 3 6 22 18 33

5 Palmeiras 19 9 4 6 32 18 31

6 Sao Paulo 19 9 4 6 25 21 31

7 Sport 19 7 10 2 31 21 31

8 Atletico Paranaense 19 9 3 7 23 21 30

9 Chapecoense 19 8 4 7 17 17 28

10 Ponte Preta 19 6 8 5 21 21 26

11 Internacional 19 6 7 6 14 21 25

12 Santos 19 6 6 7 25 24 24

13 Flamengo 19 7 2 10 21 28 23

14 Cruzeiro 19 6 4 9 15 17 22

15 Figueirense 19 5 5 9 18 26 20

16 Avai 19 5 5 9 18 28 20

17 Goias 19 4 7 8 16 16 19

18 Coritiba 19 4 6 9 13 23 18

19 Joinville 19 4 4 11 13 21 16

20 Vasco da Gama 19 3 4 12 8 31 13

A healthy shoulder is a result of good muscle balance. To have a good muscle balance it is imperative to understand the role of mechanics and blood circulation. This is of vital importance, especially in athletes competing in sports that involve continuous shoulder movement. It is also important for these athletes to understand the importance of training and exercise to treat shoulder injuries. Shoulder injuries are very specific and certain injuries tend to worsen when exercised in a particular way. It is easy to avoid the worsening exercises but hard to recognize the exercises that can rehabilitate a specific shoulder injury.

Most shoulder injuries are caused by muscular imbalance. This imbalance is usually caused by a sport specific training regimen. Some muscles become highly developed and strong while the others remain where they were. In case of shoulder injury in an athlete the following is recommended:

1. Until and unless the cause of the injury is determined, the shoulder should not be exercised in any way.

2. In case of inflammation apply ice.

3. Isolate the part that is injured - ligaments, tendons etc. and the area of injury. The most susceptible parts for a shoulder injury are bicipital groove and coracobrachialis. In case of a tear to the ligament or tendon, surgery becomes important.

Weight lifters and power lifters are mostly prone to shoulder injuries of a different nature. Muscles keep the shoulder joint in place including the glenoid cavity that accommodates the ball-and-socket in which the head of the humerus plays. Weight lifters are prey to a very common shoulder injury - over rotation of the arm caused by a too strong pectoralis musculature. The muscles along with teres major, try to cause rotation against the rotator cuff causing shoulder injury.

Prevention and treatment comprises of:

1. Restoring nerve supply.
2. Relieve the spasm causing the shoulder injury by acupressure right in the middle of the pectoralis and teres major.
3. Cut off all exercise aggravating shoulder injury and any contraindicating exercise directly or indirectly contributing to shoulder injury.

Healing is possible on restoration of nerves and blood circulation. After going through a few chiropractic treatments and assessing the progress, a rehabilitation exercise regimen can be prescribed. These exercises should be free hand to begin with and weights could be introduced at a later stage. Consumption of calcium and magnesium is recommended through diets rich in these minerals.

The treatment should be kept as short as possible keeping in mind the response of the patient suffering from shoulder injury. The patient should feel "comfortable" with the exercise regimen and progress without any unnecessary acceleration.

LISBON, Oct. 3 (Xinhua) -- European Commissioner for the digital economy and society Gunther Oettinger said Monday he was optimistic regarding Portugal's state budget for 2017, according to Lusa News Agency.

"I am confident we will reach a common and pragmatic position in regards the state budget for 2017," Oettinger said during a conference on the European Union's Digital Single Market in Lisbon.

Asked whether he thought a second bailout could be possible, Oettinger said Portugal had been making efforts in past years and it would not be necessary.

"It would only happen in the worst scenario," he said. "We have to do what we can to avoid such a development."

He added that governments were doing everything possible to stabilize and consolidate public accounts.

"As a politician and having been prime minister of Germany, I know how hard it is to cut salaries, to cut down on teachers, investment in infrastructure, or pensions," he added.

He also pointed out that the Portuguese government had commitments with the EU and other member states regarding reducing its deficit in 2016 and 2017, and said the country had to take concrete measures.

The Portuguese government has said it would bring its budget deficit to below 2.5 percent of GDP in 2017, despite raising salaries and lowering some taxes this year.

While much of the civilized world celebrate ancient Christmas traditions, it wasn't always so in Romania, a country once shackled to the now-defunct Soviet Union. Prior to the country's break from the communist-led Soviet bloc, Romanian residents were forced to abandon - or at least submerge - many of their Christmas traditions.

It has been 15 years since Romania regained its independence, and its citizens are once again filling the Christmas season with joyous celebrations. Young adults are now experiencing the Yuletide traditions they previously heard their parents and grandparents discuss. Christmas - called "Craciun" in Romania - is once again alive and well.

Unlike many Americans, Romanians do not open gift.

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