Treatment For Arthritis

September 23, 2013

Treatment For Arthritis Continued research has expanded the umbrella of rheumatic diseases to include more than 100 arthritis-related conditions; the number of people affected is estimated to be around 70 million. The foundation serves them through community-based clinics, educational resources, support and home study groups, and exercise classes. The Arthritis Foundation's information service responds to […]

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Phil Mickelson’s Wins First Major After Psoriatic Arthritis Diagnosis

September 22, 2013

Psoriatic Arthritis Treatments If you or someone you know has arthritis, you may know all too well the impact that pain can have. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ), one of the main focuses of treating or managing arthritis is in fact to control that pain. While there are […]

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Arthritis Information, News And Resources

September 21, 2013

Arthritis Information, News And Resources If you aresuffering from chronic pain, it is likely your sleep, mobility, and general wayof life may be affected. Pain that is at moderate to high levels for longperiods of time can become tiring and can cause low mood. Treating the pain isonly part of the story. Pain managementwill help, […]

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Arthritis doesn’t discriminate

September 20, 2013

Arthritis doesn’t discriminate It ispossible for people to feel the pain and their low mood is too much tomanage.* A study, conducted into arthritis,depression and suicide inFinland between the years of 1988 and 2000 with around one thousand six hundredparticipants, showed that there was a need for more understanding towardspatients with these two conditions. Researchers […]

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The Arthritis Foundation

September 19, 2013

The Arthritis Foundation enrolled patients were assigned definitive diagnoses after >12 months follow-up (median 28 months), of whom 162 (42%) developed a persistent inflammatory arthritis. A risk metric derived from 12 baseline clinical and serological parameters alone had an excellent discriminatory utility with respect to an outome of PIA (area under ROC curve 0.91; 95% […]

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Broccoli Could Help Prevent Arthritis

September 18, 2013

Broccoli Could Help Prevent Arthritis Since heat and/or cold is not recommended to alleviate symptoms associated with all types of arthritis, the decision whether to use it or not should be discussed with your doctor or physical therapist. If appropriate for use on your arthritis pain, it must be determined which kind of temperature treatment […]

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Arthritis Research & Therapy

September 16, 2013

Arthritis Research & Therapy An infection transmitted by the deer tick can cause a form of arthritis known as Lyme disease. (It’s called this because it was first diagnosed in a child in Old Lyme, Connecticut.) This infection often starts with a red mark that is surrounded by a light ring or halo, which occurs […]

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Minimize the impact your Arthritis

September 14, 2013

Minimize the impact your Arthritis There is a lot you can do to minimize the impact your arthritis might have on family life and raising your children. A person with arthritis will need to remember that being there for the child is much more important than being a super active parent. If you pace yourself […]

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Arthritis Dietary Advice

July 13, 2013

Is there a diet that helps rheumatoid arthritis? It is important to remember that no diet works for everyone and says otherwise should be viewed with at least some skepticism. Most of us know that what we eat affects our health. Diet plays a role in most diseases. No one is sure what causes the […]

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Discover expert advice to relieve arthritis pain

July 11, 2013

The term arthritis can refer to a multitude of conditions that make it is an inflammation of the joints of the body. There are over 100 types of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, juvenile arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis and one in 10 suffers. Osteoarthritis […]

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