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Foods to Help Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis can cause severe pain and greatly impact your quality of life. The foods you eat could make you feel better.

The pain from osteoarthritis comes when the cartilage that cushions the space between bones wears away. It’s often in the hands, spine, knees, and hips and happens with age and overuse. Once the area is bare, the bones rub against each other, causing the pain.

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12 Superfoods to Fight Osteoarthritis

“Inflammation” has become a medical buzzword.

As Prevention reports, “According to Nicholas Perricone, M.D, the pioneering nutritionist and dermatologist, our bodies actually depend on temporary inflammation to help fight off sudden injuries or infection. But when that inflammation becomes chronic, ‘the immune system mistakenly attacks normal cells, and the process that ordinarily heals becomes destructive.’”

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Fact or Fiction: Can Climate Conditions Complicate Arthritis Symptoms?

We all know someone that claims to be able to predict weather changes based on sensations in old injuries or arthritic joints. Whether temperature or humidity levels are rising or falling, plenty of arthritis sufferers attest to experiencing more or less pain based on the conditions of their climates. Is “feeling it in your bones” an old wives’ tale, or is there truth in the claims?

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New Year’s Resolutions For Those With Arthritis

Many arthritis patients find that New Year’s resolutions are an easy way to reestablish focus on lifestyle goals.

Most of us know it’s easy to set goals and then gradually let ourselves slide, but New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to get refocused on our core objectives. Here are a few lifestyle improvements you can make at the New Year for arthritis pain relief.

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