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Jenny Smiechowski

4 simple ways to feel better if you have painful osteoarthritis

The toll osteoarthritis takes on the people who have it is very serious. This type of “wear and tear” arthritis can become unbearably painful. Well, there’s a supplement that could help curb pain for osteoarthritis sufferers everywhere. You should give it a try, along with these other tips to live with less pain.

Joyce Hollman

Daily habits that are surprisingly bad for your joints

It doesn’t take an injury or a degenerative disease to do damage to our joints. In fact, there are innocent daily habits you may be doing over and over again that are destroying your joints. They may seem harmless, but they can take a toll, causing pain and mobility issues. Check out these 10 and see if you’re guilty of them…

Joyce Hollman

The painful condition that increases your heart, stroke and kidney risks

Henry VIII and Alexander the Great endured this disease, but it’s definitely not limited to royalty. Today, more than 8.3 million Americans are suffering the pain and bodily damage of this condition — and worse, its serious consequences that are life-threatening…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Arthritis: Proof that if you don’t use it, you lose it

Arthritis pain have you dreading getting out of bed and taking that first step? Do you wonder how much worse it’s going to be ten or even fifteen years down the road? If you know moving helps, but can’t handle the 150 minutes your doctor says is recommended, here’s good news…

Dr. Michael Cutler

This supplement is the missing link to fight arthritis

If you search online for the causes of arthritis you will find the usual suspects: injury, genetics, autoimmune dysfunction and infection. But what you won’t find is a word about the nutritional deficiency that contributes to poor bone health and arthritis more than any other…

Virginia Tims-Lawson

The fast fiber fix for your joint pain

According to research, if you suffer from any inflammatory joint disease, like rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis, getting more short-chained fatty acids will preserve your bones and joints and help you live with less pain. Here’s where to find them…

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5 Powerful foods that fight arthritis pain and inflammation

Typical arthritis pain is a result of cartilage between joints wearing down. But middle-aged women can suddenly find themselves with that and more: fat, inflamed, painful joints that seem to develop almost overnight. If that’s you, be wary of the potentially deadly medications and try this instead…

Jenny Smiechowski

30 foods that crush crippling RA symptoms

RA is a painful and debilitating disease. But diet can make a big difference in autoimmune diseases by slashing the severity of symptoms, slowing disease progression and, in some cases, even sending the disease into remission. But it’s hard to know where to start…

Dr. Michael Cutler

The joint regenerative power of hematopoietic cell transplantation

Stem cell therapy has come to the forefront of health restoration. For people with joint conditions not helped or relieved by standard means, it holds exceptional promise. And a chance to move away from drugs that control illness… and closer to therapies that reverse it.

Joyce Hollman

Why you should squat once a day

If you seldom put your hips and knees through their full range of motion, never bending them past 90 degrees, your body gets the wrong message: make less synovial fluid. Consequently, your joints become less lubricated … stiff… arthritic. Here are two ways to fix that…

Dr. Michael Cutler

Restoring health: The latest in stem cell therapies

Stem cell treatments are gaining in popularity. These cells and growth factors can differentiate into bone, cartilage, muscle, fat, collagen, nerves, blood vessels, skin, hair or other tissue types. They can be infused by IV or injected directly into your joints, tendons or ligaments.

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

What can you do about those aching knees?

If you’re all too familiar with the swelling and stiffness, popping and crunching, weakness and instability that leaves you unable to do the activities you love — or even just walk up the stairs in your own home pain free, don’t give up. There’s hope for your aching knees, yet…

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