BREAKING NEWS

Drinking milk may slow the progression of osteoarthritis

New research shows that women who regularly consume fat-free or low-fat milk may delay the progression of knee osteoarthritis.

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Yoga and RA
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Yoga and RA

One of the advantages of yoga is that it can be modified to suit a person’s specific needs and abilities. And research has shown that regular, tailored yoga comes with little risk of harm for people with RA. In fact, studies have shown that the potential benefits of yoga include increased flexibility, increased strength, and diminished stress.

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Bursitis
ARTHRITIS BASICS

Bursitis

Many different structures and tissues contribute to the smooth movement of a joint. By that same token, however, many different tissues and structures may be involved in joint pain and stiffness. A specialized structure called a bursa may also be at the root of joint pain.

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Boston Baked Beans
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Boston Baked Beans

Sweetened with molasses and brown sugar and flavored with succulent bacon, Boston Baked Beans make an excellent side dish, and a half-cup serving packs 9 grams of fiber and 9 grams of protein.

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Fibromyalgia

A chronic condition characterized by pain all over the body. The exact cause is currently unknown, though it often runs in families, and researchers believe it may be linked to traumatic events, such as car accidents and illnesses.

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