Alternative Treatments for Arthritis

Chronic arthritis pain affects millions of people in the United States each year. In fact, one in four adults with arthritis report experiencing severe joint pain related to arthritis, according...

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What We Know About Regenerative Cell Therapy

In the past, people who suffered from osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis had very few options. They could take pain medication, which had potential side effects if used for long periods of...

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Massage Therapy for Joint Pain

Many people associate getting a massage with a spa getaway or luxury vacation. But did you know that massage therapy can help people who experience joint pain caused by arthritis and other...

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Managing Osteoarthritis Pain Without Medication

Osteoarthritis pain is no joke. Those who suffer from it—and there are 30 million people in the U.S. alone who do—know that it can get worse over time to the point where it’s chronic, seriously...

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Supplements That Can Improve Joint Health

As we get older, our joints can start to hurt. Some natural supplements can help ease the pain. 

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Tips to Naturally Reduce Chronic Inflammation [VIDEO]

Chronic inflammation can lead to a host of diseases. The good news is that there are many different things you can do every day to naturally reduce chronic inflammation and improve your overall...

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5 Tips for Osteoarthritis Prevention

Among Americans, osteoarthritis is the most frequently experienced joint disease. Like many health conditions, primary risk factors for osteoarthritis are aging and obesity. Symptomatic knee...

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Ease the Symptoms of Osteoarthritis at Home

Millions of Americans suffer from osteoarthritis in the knees, hips, or elsewhere. These do-it-yourself (DIY) treatments can help ease pain and improve joint function.

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The Best Knee Arthritis Treatment: Shot or Pills for Knee Pain Relief

Research released at the beginning of January suggests that osteoarthritis responds best to shots at the site of degenerative joint disease with compounds such as corticosteroids or hyaluronic...

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