Living With Arthritis
When your hip joint begins to break down, you're in for constant pain. It wakes you up at night and curtails most of your physical activities during the day. Fortunately, there are a number of treatment options that can greatly improve this chronic, painful condition.
Osteoarthritis is by far the most common form of arthritis. So common, in fact, that if you are over 40, there is a 90% chance you already show signs, though you probably don't know it. Find out if there are supplements that may provide relief.
For people who have suffered through years of hip pain and discomfort, hip replacement surgery can change their lives.
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For many people, the flare-up of an arthritic knee or shoulder appears to signal a change in the weather—usually hinting that a storm is imminent. Are the two really related?
If you cracked your knuckles as a child, you may have been warned that it could cause you to develop arthritis later in life. Is this true?