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Diet Tips to Reduce Arthritic Pain
50 million people in the U.S. suffer from some form of arthritis. For many, medication isn’t the answer to relieving the pain. How the foods you eat could bring natural relief.
How to Simplify Getting Dressed With Arthritis
When you have arthritis, getting dressed can wear you out before your day even begins. Learn how to make getting dressed easier on your joints.
Arthritis: How to Know If You Have It
Do you have your fair share of aches and pains? If so, you're in good company; the CDC estimates that 22% of people in the U.S. have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. For the Googlechondriacs out there, that's DOCTOR-diagnosed, not self-diagnosed. Let's look at the difference, shall we?
Joint Bump as a Warning Sign of Arthritis
Learn whether a mysterious bump on a finger joint could be a warning sign of arthritis. Plus, The Doctors discuss prevention tips to keep arthritis from developing.
How to Cook Easier With Arthritis
Common kitchen tasks can be a real challenge when you have arthritis. Here's how to prepare your meals with less pain.
Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, explains how to differentiate between the two most common types of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, and provides helpful information on how to ease the pain and discomfort.
How Christine Schwab Overcame Arthritis
An estimated 50 million adults in the United States suffer from some form of arthritis. Fashion and style consultant Christine Schwab, who secretly lived 20 years with the painful disease, joins The Doctors to explain how she regained her life by changing her treatments and never giving up.
What Is JIA?
Dr Carol Cooper presents a short video for Arthritis Care on What Is JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis). Dr Cooper discusses the condition, its symptoms and treatment options available nowadays to relieve pain.
Living With JIA: Hannah's Story
Hannah developed JIA, or Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis when she was 8 years old. Find out how she copes with life and how a special talent has taken her to the commonwealth games!
What Is JIA?
Juvinile Idiopathic Arthritis is a condition that affects between 10,000 and 15,000 children in the UK. Find out more about this condition as Dr Cooper answers 'What is JIA?'
Alternative Pain Relief For Arthritis Symptoms
Here are 6 alternative therapies that can ease arthritis pain.
What Is the Best Way to Avoid Joint Pain?
We don't typically give much thought about our joint health until there's a problem. Arthritis affects millions of Americans and is the leading cause of disability. Britney Glaser explains how to avoid joint replacement and nix the joint pain.
Low Testosterone May Be Linked to Arthritis
Low testosterone levels may be an indicator of future arthritis.
How to Climb Stairs With Limited Mobility
When your knee or hip joints have been damaged by arthritis, going up and down stairs can be difficult. These expert tips can help you avoid falls.
Tips to Help Deal About Gout
In this edition of EmpowHER's "HER Health Minute", Dr. Connie Mariano shares several tips about what you can do if you suffer from gout.
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