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SCRDanaShivam 13m
Arthritis aches and pain can affect your daily life. But there are simple ways to protect your joints, reduce strain, and improve how you function each day.
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CreakyJoints.org Aug 6
Living through a pandemic isn’t easy for anyone, but trying to manage a chronic condition like inflammatory at the same time can be especially challenging:
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Prof Nidhi Sofat Aug 8
Risk factors for pain and functional impairment in people with knee and hip osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis | BMJ Open. Thanks to OA Tech for supporting our work on OA stratification now published in BMJ Open
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Socially Distant Latina 🇪🇨 Aug 9
Today was a good day. When I say “good” it doesn’t mean that my chronic symptoms went on vacation; It just means that it was better than yesterday 🤍
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Irish Pharmacy News Aug 10
It is estimated that up to one-third of people with psoriasis may also develop psoriatic . A new campaign from is raising awareness of the symptoms of PsA such as pitted nails and stiff and swollen joints. For more info visit:
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Sarah Dunbar-Baker Aug 11
Day 11: 2.1km walk with the dog. Then completed 20 sit ups. Gradually increasing the amount of exercise as need to be kind to my joints
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CBD Canal 8h
and pain study. Lets support this research:
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Physician's Weekly 19h
Comparing the Latest Psoriatric Arthritis Guidelines
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Iyengar Yoga (UK) Aug 5
"Arthritis patients should particularly try Iyengar yoga, as it improves anatomical alignment...Arthritis patients that regularly do the yoga have reported significant improvements to their management of chronic pain."
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Maciel & Jason 11h
I HATE seeing all the pain people are tweeting about for Anyone try this? |
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Arthritis Disorders Aug 9
Rheumatoid (RA) is a disorder in which the body's own immune system starts to attack body tissues.
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Midwest Movement Aug 11
Caffeine may not be helpful for arthritis sufferers. “Overall, there is ample evidence indicating that caffeine intake negatively affects the physiology of cartilage, increasing consumers' predisposition to suffer arthritis.” Source:
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nicola whitehill Aug 9
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Platinum Therapy Lights Aug 10
Clinical research has shown that red light therapy has positive effects in treating joint pain, swelling, inflammation, loss of mobility, tenderness, and deformity. Its far-reaching benefits make quality LED panels a great investment in your self-care routine.
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Kimberly Blanton Aug 11
How painful is your arthritis? Two people with the same X-rays have different pain levels. Here's what's different:
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ARMA 11h
Do you want to support our influencing work for musculoskeletal services? You can support ARMA and keep our webinars, newsletters and publications free to access as a bronze, silver or gold supporter Every contribution is valuable 👉See
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Hemera Adegoke Aug 4
'When it comes to how you can cope with swelling, pain and decreased range of motion in your fingers and hands, some specific exercises have been shown to help.' '8 Essential Hand and Finger Exercises for Pain Relief'
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 9
A study published in Arthritis Care Res. found that popping & grinding sounds in the knees with movement is linked w/ a higher risk of developing knee over the subsequent 4 yrs.
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CreakyJoints.org Aug 7
Don’t let misconceptions fool you. is more common than you think — for any age:
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MedicinewHeart Aug 4
These findings show the great potential of melittin in cancer treatment by acting on different key points of the disease (Wehbe R, 2019). Read the full article: Using Bees to Recover from Chronic Pain, Arthritis, Lyme, Fibro and MORE! ▸
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