A new study suggests that an exercise regimen designed for people with osteoarthritis of the hip may put off the need for a hip replacement.
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ADVICE FOR EVERY DAY
The repetitive motions and "elbow grease" many people use to clean their homes can mean pain and fatigue for those with arthritis. But simple changes can make housekeeping more arthritis-friendly. In this article, we bring you tricks to solve common cleaning problems, as well as simple strategies to make all sorts of chores more manageable.
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THE RIGHT MOVES
Sometimes called "meditation in motion" and "the ultimate low-impact exercise," tai chi can improve balance and increase strength. Studies also suggest that doing tai chi may increase bone density, decrease blood pressure, improve sleep, and make falls less likely. Find out how you can get started and what to look for in a tai chi class.
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If Thanksgiving left you with some extra sweet potato (or a sweet potato craving), give these pancakes a try! This recipe uses the tasty orange tuber to offer an nutritious twist on a breakfast favorite.
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