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5 Most Common Causes of Knee Pain

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Severe knee pain is an unfortunate part of a lot of people’s lives and can hamper everyday obligations. Unfortunately, knee pain can happen to almost anyone, no matter their age, gender, or lifestyle. To protect yourself from the dangers of escalating knee injuries and conditions, it’s important to know the common causes. Knowing the exact […]

Rise in Knee Osteoarthritis

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According to new research, the incidence of knee osteoarthritis has doubled over the last 50 years. Based on this information, experts have determined that this condition, which often leads to knee replacement, may be more preventable than once thought. Research During this study, researchers examined thousands of skeletons from different periods looking for signs of […]

Study Reveals Risk Factor for Women with Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Researchers at the University of Nebraska have recently uncovered a link between menopause and a larger decline in physical functionality in women who have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. What the Study Uncovered Regarding Rheumatoid Arthritis and Menopause In the study published in Rheumatology, University of Nebraska scientists surveyed 8,189 women who had been diagnosed […]

Tips to Keep Arthritis Pain at Bay This Winter

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You may think the concept of arthritis getting worse in cold, wet weather is an old wives’ tale, but there’s actually science behind those claims. Winter weather can contribute to arthritis symptoms in two primary ways. According to the Arthritis Foundation, wet weather and storms are associated with changes in barometric pressure that can cause […]