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    Joint Protection Principles for rheumatoid arthritis

    Joint Protection Principles Proven To Minimize Rheumatoid Arthritis Hand Pain

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    Joint protection principles are simple and effective tools you can use to decrease pain and increase the ease of doing everyday activities. Cynthia Hill, who is an occupational therapist, has personally used these joint...
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    Can Allergies Cause Joint Pain? The Surprising Science

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    Allergies make life miserable. They devour box after box of tissues., they grate your eyes like sand, and they leave your throat feeling raw. The question is: Can allergies cause joint pain as well? Evidence...
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    How To Write an Effective Pain Journal

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    Sometimes, the events of the day can be just a little too much. This is especially true for people with chronic pain. This is where pain journaling comes in. A pain journal is a place...
    Worst Foods For Joint Pain

    These Are The 5 Worst Foods For Joint Pain

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    Joint pain is a common health problem that can affect your range of motion, strength, and overall well-being. Oftentimes, injury or arthritis are the leading causes of joint pain. However, your diet can also...
    how to deal with pregnancy pain

    7 Common Pains During Pregnancy and How to Deal with Them

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    Pregnancy can be an exciting and joyful time - except for the discomfort, weird body changes, aches and pains. Learning how to deal with pains during pregnancy is essential to your health and to...
    poor posture and pain

    Poor Posture and Pain: What You Need to Know

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    Esther Gokhale says there's a good chance that how you sit, stand, walk, and sleep may be hurting you more than you think.
    acupuncture for back pain

    Quick Guide to Acupuncture for Back Pain

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    If you have chronic back pain, it is likely that you have tried at least half a dozen techniques and treatments to help and relieve your pain. It is not uncommon that, after having...
    Ankylosing Spondylitis

    What is Ankylosing Spondylitis?

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    Ankylosing spondylitis is likely a term that you haven’t heard before unless you’ve been diagnosed with the condition. It's a condition that affects roughly 1 in 20 adults. There are a wide variety of common symptoms that...
    Joint friendly fitness ideas from Pain Resource

    It’s a Family Holiday Affair: Joint-Friendly Fitness Ideas

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    Let’s face it: most of us don’t plan our holiday family activities around working out. Some of us might have the fleeting thought that since we are on vacation, we will have more time...
    cortisone injections for back pain

    Debunking the Myth: Cortisone Injections for Back Pain

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    If you’re suffering from back pain and looking for non-surgical relief, cortisone injections may be just what the doctor ordered. This type of injection can also help other areas of pain such as leg pain or joint...
    plant-based Thanksgiving

    Use Plant-Based Holidays to Spark Better Health, Pain Relief

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    With Thanksgiving, the winter holidays and all the traditions they bring upon us, you might be feeling like requesting, cooking and/or bringing healthy, plant-based options might be a challenge. But fear not: plant-based options...
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    Raise Your Hand: The Effects Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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    When finger numbness is bothering you, maybe it's time to see a doctor about the possibility of carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a neuropathic condition in which the median nerve that runs through...
    arthritis pain relief

    Cycling To Help With Arthritis

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    Arthritis can hit anybody without warning regardless of age. It is very a very painful condition that often gets worse with time. In many cases arthritis is genetic, but often, it is caused by...
    TakingCareLovedOneChronicPain

    10 Tips for Taking Care of a Loved One with Chronic Pain

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    When your loved ones are feeling the pain, they are simply not themselves. Follow these tips to help take the best care of them, without straining your relationship. 1) Keep communication open. Perhaps the most important...
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    Exercise and Rheumatoid Arthritis

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    Aerobic Exercise Can Be Safe and Effective for People with Rheumatoid Arthritis A study by medical researchers in France found that cardio exercise can actually help people with rheumatoid arthritis. In fact, exercise can actually lessen...
    joint pain

    Can Stem Cell Therapy Reduce Joint Pain?

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    For people living with joint pain, finding the right treatment option can be a long road. Joint pain may be caused from a variety of conditions, such as arthritis, autoimmune diseases and injuries. Everyone...
    fall activities

    Try These Joint-Friendly Outdoor Fall Activities

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    Grab your jacket and a friend, because the fall season has arrived, bringing with it cooler weather and fun outdoor fall activities. You don’t have to go far or do anything too strenuous to...
    Pain Relief

    Put These Simple Pain Relief Tips to Use Today

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    Got pain? Try one of these simple pain relief tips to help make you feel more like yourself and to learn what may make it worse. It's no surprise that many sufferers of chronic pain...
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    How to Develop Your Perfect Pain Plan

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    Our four-point program will have you feeling better fast. Elizabeth Brogan's pain problems started in the spring of 2000, when the horse she was riding stopped short before a jump, throwing her over the top...
    Man at computer with neck pain

    Seven Ways You Are (Unknowingly) Making Your Pain Worse

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    Sometimes it's the little things we do or don't do that sabotage our best efforts to avoid pain. When you have pain, the hurt can seem to have a mind of its own. It may...
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    The Pain and Stress Connection: Control Both for Better Living

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    Pain feeds on stress. Stress feeds on pain. Break the vicious cycle by taming tension once and for all. Almost no one denies there's a link between pain and stress. Pain activates stress and stress...
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    Jeanine’s joints

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    By Margaret Jaworski Photo Courtesy of Jeanine Yutani: Jeanine Yutani (far right) with fellow riders Justin Baker and Laurie Miller Three years running, Jeanine Yutani biked from San Francisco to Los Angeles, one of 200 participants...
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    Pain-free gardening tips

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    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 of this year's gardening season. But planting your flower bed...
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    Oil for Joints Offers Hope for Osteoarthritis Sufferers

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    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 about 27 million Americans and 200 million people worldwide, osteoarthritis...