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Small but mighty molecule could be the future of arthritis treatment

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Researchers discovered a new molecule that might make injectable therapy a future treatment option for arthritis patients. 

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Small but mighty molecule could be the future of arthritis treatment

Small but mighty molecule could be the future of arthritis treatment

You won't believe this new use for the shingles vaccine

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

The shingles vaccine could help with arthritis treatment. 

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A shingles vaccine could have twofold benefits for arthritis patients.

A shingles vaccine could have twofold benefits for arthritis patients.

3 things you need to know about managing arthritis

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Stiff joints may be a part of getting older - but when is it a sign of arthritis?

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Stiff joints may be part of getting older - but when does it become arthritis?

Stiff joints may be part of getting older - but when does it become arthritis?

At-home remedies for hand joint pain caused by osteoarthritis

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Consider these at-home remedies for joint pain from osteoarthritis.

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Consider these at-home remedies for joint pain from osteoarthritis.

Consider these at-home remedies for joint pain from osteoarthritis.

Early diagnosis of osteoarthritis may soon be possible

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A new blood test has the potential to find signs of early-stage osteoarthritis, according to a new study.

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A new blood test has the potential to find signs of early-stage osteoarthritis, according to a new study.

A new blood test has the potential to find signs of early-stage osteoarthritis, according to a new study.

The top 3 low-impact exercises for seniors

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis, Joint Replacement

Consider these three forms of low-impact exercise.

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Consider these three forms of low-impact exercise.

Consider these three forms of low-impact exercise.

Is green tea good for arthritis?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis, Physical Therapy, Senior Care

While no food can cure arthritis, some may help lessen the symptoms.

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While no food can cure arthritis, some may help lessen the symptoms.

While no food can cure arthritis, some may help lessen the symptoms.

Is there a link between arthritis and hearing loss?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Researchers have found that seniors with certain types of arthritis are more prone to hearing loss. 

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Researchers have found that seniors with certain types of arthritis are more prone to hearing loss.

Researchers have found that seniors with certain types of arthritis are more prone to hearing loss.

The Best Foods for Arthritis

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

While no diet is a cure for the disease, certain foods have been known to fight arthritis, boost immunity and strengthen bones. 

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The Best Foods for Arthritis

The Best Foods for Arthritis

Hip x-rays may not detect osteoarthritis

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis, Joint Replacement, Physical Therapy

Early detection is key to treating osteoarthritis, but a new study says that x-rays may not be showing it. 

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Early detection is key to treating osteoarthritis, but a new study says that x-rays may not be showing it.

Early detection is key to treating osteoarthritis, but a new study says that x-rays may not be showing it.

New screening process can help detect arthritis risks

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Researchers have found that a new blood test can better screen patients for rheumatoid arthritis, years before it even begins to affect them.

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Can ozone injections help relieve osteoarthritis pain?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

A team of researchers from the Federal University of Sao Paulo in Brazil has found a potential treatment for knee osteoarthritis patients in the form of injections of ozone gas directly to the affected joint.

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Mental health drug may provide arthritis-busting benefits

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

A new study has revealed that there may be another drug that could treat symptoms of arthritis: lithium chloride.

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Namaste: Yoga improves arthritis symptoms

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis, Chronic Disease, Physical Therapy

Yoga offers relaxing and gentle poses that may alleviate the pain from arthritis.

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Do joint replacements affect heart health?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis, Chronic Disease, Joint Replacement

Total joint replacements may come with just as many risks as benefits.

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Should you eat tomatoes if you have arthritis?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Foods that people believe to be good for them may contribute to certain diseases. Recently, tomatoes have been a culprit in causing gout to flare up.

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High-intensity training soothes arthritic joints

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

Exercise offers countless health benefits, but when it comes to alleviating arthritis pain, high-intensity workouts may provide the best solution.

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Rheumatoid arthritis increases risk of heart attack

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A recent study showed that those with rheumatoid arthritis have a higher chance of developing some form of heart disease, whether or not there are symptoms.

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Physical activity reduces risk of arthritis

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

As the leading cause of disability, arthritis causes pain and limits mobility. However, recent research may have a solution to lessen the discomfort and reduce the chances of even developing the condition.

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Is persistent pain still a problem for adults?

Published: by Interim HealthCare in Arthritis

A recent study from the American Pain Society found that nearly one-fifth of all adults in the U.S. have some kind of persistent pain.

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