5 Risk Factors for Hip Arthritis

No one knows for sure what causes hip osteoarthritis. But research has shown that these 5 factors can raise your risk.

Cruciferous Vegetables: A Potent Anti-Inflammatory Family

Learn why cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and kale are especially good for an anti-inflammatory diet, and see 3 tasty roasted cauliflower recipes.

Add Ginger to Help Arthritis Pain

Ginger can be a powerful anti-inflammatory addition to your treatment for arthritis. Learn more about this root's beneficial properties and how to include it in your diet.

What Type of Yoga Is Best for You?

Yoga can be rejuvenating and relaxing--and it can also help treat chronic arthritis. Learn about a few types of yoga that may help arthritis symptoms.

5 Steps to a Healthier Heart

If you have a type of inflammatory arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic arthritis, you have extra heart health risks. Learn why—and what you can do to lower these risks.

Arthritis-health Introduces Forums for Discussion and Support

Arthritis-health now offers a forum, where users can discuss the questions and challenges they have about their health conditions.

Is My Hand Pain Caused by Arthritis or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The symptoms of arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome can be very similar, so it's important to understand the differences and get the right diagnosis.

Likely Causes of Knee Pain: A Symptom Guide

Knee pain is often caused by one of these four conditions. This symptom guide can help you narrow down the cause of your knee pain.

Q&A: Diagnosing a Swollen Knee

An orthopedic surgeon discusses what can cause a swollen knee and how physicians diagnose it.

Is My Hip Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

The source of hip pain can be difficult to pinpoint accurately. Learn to recognize the differences between hip osteoarthritis and bursitis symptoms.

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