3 Best Foods That Fight Inflammation
Feb19

3 Best Foods That Fight Inflammation

Inflammation refers to a localized reaction that leads to warmth, redness, swelling, and pain due to irritation, infection or injury. Inflammation can be either external or internal. In the popular sense, The Anti-Inflammatory Diet is not a diet – it’s not meant for a weight loss program (though people can lose weight on it), nor it is used to stay on for a limited period. Rather, this diet is all about selecting and...

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Supple Drink Review – What You Must Know About Supple?
Feb12

Supple Drink Review – What You Must Know About Supple?

Supple is a joint health drink, manufactured by LLC. This unique joint health juice is said to be formulated with a blend of high grade clinically proven ingredients. This formulation claims to be enhanced with 10 vital vitamins and minerals for facilitating joint repair and inhibiting oxidative injury. Besides this these high grade ingredients are known to provide the necessary building blocks of Chondroitin and Glucosamine along...

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How Exercise Can Help Reduce Joint Pain?
Feb10

How Exercise Can Help Reduce Joint Pain?

Physically activity improves the performance of your joints and sways away joint pain. Exercise is crucial for joint pain and also helps to deal with fatigue. Stiff painful joints obstruct you from walking around the block or swimming a few lapse. It is not necessary that you should perform vigorous exercise, even a moderate exercise can help reduce joint pain. Below are some of the important physical exercises that you must perform...

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At Home Exercises For Lumbar Fusion Rehabilitation
Feb06

At Home Exercises For Lumbar Fusion Rehabilitation

If you are heading to the hospital soon for lumbar spinal fusion surgery, it is normal to be nervous. Just remember that once you are healed, your quality of life is likely to improve significantly. Of course, you’ll need to do your part after surgery to ensure that you get the best results possible, which means completing your rehab exercises both with your doctor and at home. To make the most of your rehabilitation, it is...

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6 Natural Ways to Help Ease Arthritis Joint Pain
Feb06

6 Natural Ways to Help Ease Arthritis Joint Pain

Dr. Charles G. Helmick, an epidemiologist with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says, “Arthritis remains a large and growing problem.” It is estimated that the United States has 46 million adults, who have been reported by doctors as having some form of arthritis, whether be in the form of rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, gout, or lupus. Among adults under the age of 65, who are suffering from...

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Information on Joint Pain – Men vs Women vs Children
Feb05

Information on Joint Pain – Men vs Women vs Children

Discover the latest information on joint pain in details, who affects most and get advice from our experts on what to do next. According to the Centers for Disease Control’s latest report, leading causes of disability in the U.S. are joint pain, 1/3rd of American are suffering from joint pain and the shocking truth is 30% of male, 55% of female and 15% of children also 45% of obsessed people and 35% of normal weight people are...

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7 Key Supplements That Will Ease Back Pain
Feb03

7 Key Supplements That Will Ease Back Pain

Back pain is a complaint that most people experience at least once in their lifetime. People do experience some form of pain in their back due to one reason or the other. This condition is one of the reasons why most people in the United States go to hospital. Though there are many approaches that can help you ease your back pain, it’s possible to turn to natural approaches. There are various supplements in sale that can reduce...

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How High Heels Cause Ankle Pain?
Feb01

How High Heels Cause Ankle Pain?

According to a study, 60 percent of women reported wearing “poor” shoes in the past like high heels. This is why physicists devised a formula for the highest heels that a person should wear. This is based on a number of factors like the quality of foot wear, the years of experience the wearer has with high heels and amount of alcohol consumption. Always select heels which put your foot at the most natural angle. Hips and...

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Osteoarthritis and Iron Deficiency Anemia – 3 Things You Shouldn’t Ignore!
Jan31

Osteoarthritis and Iron Deficiency Anemia – 3 Things You Shouldn’t Ignore!

Osteoarthritis and iron deficiency anemia are two conditions that seem wide apart yet they may be interrelated. OA affect the joints or is a condition where the cartilage in between joints degenerates. Iron deficiency anemia is a condition of the blood where the patient has a low count of red blood cells. From a study that was conducted by eHealthMe, out of the 14158 people with OA who were interviewed, 91 of them had iron deficiency...

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Joint Pain Graphs and Statistics – Important Info Revealed!
Jan29

Joint Pain Graphs and Statistics – Important Info Revealed!

Look at some of the statistics regarding joint pain, the graph is plotted against individual age verses years. As per the recent study conducted it has been found that, 1/5th of adults 65 years and older, said, they had experienced joint pain that persisted for more than 24 hours. Almost 3/5th, of adults 65 and older, with pain, said it had lasted for 1 year or more. According to National Institute of Health Statistics survey, they...

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