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Following an anti-inflammatory diet is becoming a popular way to fight inflammation and the joint pain that can result from it. Is eliminating gluten one way to do it?
Chronic pain is often associated with conditions, such as ankylosing spondylitis, or an injury caused by or related to an arthritis condition. There are a number of frustrating realizations that a person living with chronic pain may confront.
Although occasional knee cracking is usually harmless, a study finds that frequent popping or grinding in the knee joint can foreshadow arthritis.
Find out what experts know about the role genetics play in arthritis risk—and what you can do to lower yours.
Is it bad to crack your knuckles? An orthopedic hand surgeon explains what makes knuckles crack and what researchers know about how knuckle cracking affects your hands.
What happens when sacroiliitis, a hallmark characteristic of spondyloarthritis, doesn't show up on diagnostic tests?
Certain foods have inflammatory properties that may make arthritis pain and symptoms flare up or get worse.
Pain and numbness in your hands can be a sign of carpal tunnel, arthritis, or both. Doctors look for specific signs when evaluating patients for these two conditions.
Two of the most common causes of hip pain are osteoarthritis and trochanteric bursitis. When bursitis is the culprit, tendonitis is often present, too. Learn the symptoms of these two conditions and ways to tell them apart.