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My children recently asked me what I want for Christmas. Most people want MP3 players and games consoles, or clothes or boxes of chocolates but I want something you can’t buy from a shop.
At one time, even moderate exercise was thought to be a bad thing for a person with arthritis. Exercise, it was believed, would cause joint damage.
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For many years, pediatricians, nutritionists, demographers and experts in all sorts of fields have been concerned about the rising rates of childhood obesity.
Up until a few years ago, I was the type of person more inclined to appreciate the sound of my own whining and complaining.
When you are ready for a night of passion and romance with your partner, the last thing you want to ruin the mood is the pain associated with arthritis.
Vikki Scarafiotti discusses arthritis management, prevention, and the importance of awareness. Vikki is the executive director at the Arthritis Foundation Southwest.
If exercise can truly keep arthritis at bay, then I hope I am on the right track to optimum health.
Living with arthritis can definitely be challenging at times.
Phoenix Mercury athletic trainer Tamara Poole discusses common injuries in basketball athletes and shares how female athletes can prevent knee arthritis.
You're not alone. Connect with other women who are going through what you're going through, who understand and are here for you!
EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!