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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.
Chemotherapy and consuming prescribed medications serve as accepted treatment methods for harmful diseases in the Western world, but medical practices of other cultures can also be ...
Research from the University of East Anglia suggests that broccoli may help to combat osteoarthritis.
Nothing is more important than having access to the best health care possible, especially if you or one of your family members has arthritis or a related disease.
Research holds the key to tomorrow’s advances in preventing, controlling and curing arthritis and provides hope for a future free from arthritis for the 46 million Americans, including an ...
Come winter, those with arthritic and rheumatic pain will tell you how much more in pain and discomfort they are during this festive season.
Dr. Tsao explains how she evaluates patients with arthritis to determine if they need knee replacement surgery. Dr.
Dr. Reed describes what a patient can expect after a laminectomy procedure to treat spinal stenosis.
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