Arthritis-health Blog

Why Are Women More Prone to Osteoarthritis?

Find out why women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with the most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis. Most arthritic joint pain, such as hip, knee, and hand pain, is caused by osteoarthritis.

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5 Proven Strategies for Relieving Arthritis Pain

Try one of these 5 pain-relieving strategies to help comfort sore joints and stay active with arthritis.

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Why Losing Weight Is the Best Treatment for Knee Arthritis

Doctors often tell us the best way to reduce knee arthritis pain is to lose weight. Why? Calculations show losing weight can take millions of pounds of pressure off the knees every year.

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Is Arthritis Causing Your Back Pain?

Spinal osteoarthritis is more common than you think. Find out if this condition is causing your back pain.

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Prescriptions After Joint Replacement Surgery

Selecting the right prescription medications for post-surgical pain is an important part of the pain management strategy.

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3 Reasons Why Bikram Yoga Is Great for Chronic Arthritis

Bikram yoga (also called hot yoga) can help to ease your chronic arthritis symptoms and increase your flexibility.

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Getting Retested for Spondyloarthritis

What happens when sacroiliitis, a hallmark characteristic of spondyloarthritis, doesn't show up on diagnostic tests?

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FDA Approves New Long-Lasting Steroid Shot

Find out the two big advantages Zilretta offers over traditional steroid shots.

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Lady Gaga Reveals Struggle with Fibromyalgia

Lady Gaga has a chronic pain condition, but what exactly does that mean? Learn more about what life is like with fibromyalgia.

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The Connection Between Inflammatory Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

People with ankylosing spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and other forms of spondyloarthritis may be at a higher risk for developing fibromyalgia.

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