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RA Sufferers Should Go for the Burn

Aerobic Exercise Can Be Safe and Effective for Those with Rheumatoid Arthritis A study by medical researchers in France has found that cardio-respiratory aerobic conditioning improves...

12 Months ‘Til Less Pain in 2017!

Make a Pain Resolution! 12 months in 2017 means 12 steps towards less pain by next year. Coping with chronic pain or other painful conditions...

10 Healthy Lifestyle Choices that Changed One Woman’s Life

Angela Gaffney shares how she took control of her health and ended her pain. Pain can be debilitating for many people with chronic illness. In...

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Foods that Help

Ensure your meals are loaded with Omega-3 and antioxidants to keep your RA at bay. With so many new medicines and medical devices on the...

Sleep well: Five ways you can get better rest

A sleep specialist shares her tips By Lisa Davis Getting a good night's rest is particularly difficult when you have pain. Conditions such as migraines...

Profile: From marathon runner to pain patient to health coach

By Lisa Davis For most of her life, Angela Gaffney, 41, was an athletic person. She played sports in high school and college, ran 5K...

Dogs and arthritis

How one dog with the disease became an Internet sensation By Lisa Davis Swims in Lake Superior were Schoep the dog's daily arthritic therapy. After Schoep...

Fibro acting up? Don’t blame the weather

By Lorie A. Parch It's not uncommon for people with fibromyalgia to say the weather aggravates their symptoms. Fibro typically brings significant pain, fatigue, and...

Pain-free gardening tips

Planting your flower bed doesn't have to be a pain By Lisa Davis Spring is here, and that means blooming flowers, budding trees, and the beginning...

Vitamin C not helpful for gout patients

By PR Staff While previous research touted vitamin C's benefit in moderating gout risk, a new study indicates that vitamin C supplements are not effective...

‘Oil for the joints’ offers hope for osteoarthritis sufferers

A team of researchers has developed a synthetic injectable joint lubricant that, they say, could bring longer lasting relief to millions of osteoarthritis sufferers. Affecting...

Footwear relieves arthritic knees

Flexible soles slow down knee osteoarthritis By Margaret Jaworski Relief for knees swollen and stiff from osteoarthritis looks like a shoe-in. The results of a soon-to-be...

The Anti-Arthritis Plan

Take these steps to start easing your aches and pains. For the more than 46 million people in the United States living with arthritis, life...

Living Easier with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an immune disease characterized by inflammation of the lining of the joints (synovium). By Margaret Jaworski The persistent inflammation leads to painful...

Chronic Pain Could Be Classified as a Disease

Ireland's Health Minister Says Chronic Pain Should Be Given The Same Resources as Other Major Conditions Chronic pain often gets the short end when it...

Laugh Til’ It Hurts: Dancing To Cure Arthritis?

In the spirit of a groundbreaking scientific discovery, posted in the New York Times on October 24th, entitled Laughter As a Form of Exercise¬Ě,...
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