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Reports of studies on bone health have often spoken about how the loss in "quantity and mass" of the bones in an elderly population is the primary cause for frequent fractures and ...
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease and the most common type of arthritis. The cartilage, that serves as a cushion between the bones which form a joint, wears away with time. ...
Although I know several individuals who experience arthritis pain on a daily basis, it is difficult for me to fully comprehend the depth of the pain and discomfort they are enduring.
It started out rather insignificantly. My early-morning running partner of five years began to complain one day about a slight pain in her left hip.
When researching this topic using the key words “fallen arches,” one of my boys was under the impression that McDonald’s had collapsed!
I have had surgery on my right hand. I have had xrays and nerve conduction tests. I have had carpal tunnel and dequervein surgery and my right index finger still has burning pain.
My aunt, now in her mid-70s, has been struggling with a disease that more commonly affects women than men and that afflicts roughly 1.3 million people in the U.S. each day.
I turned 58 years, in December 2010. I have been using an estrogen patch, and taking prometrium for about 5 years. In November I stopped using the patch and taking prometrium.
About a year ago when I was out for an evening walk, I noticed that the tip of my right index finger began to feel unusually cold. When I looked at it, I noticed it was very white at the ...
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