A number of recent reports suggest that many Americans may be missing medical care and testing they should be getting. Are you one of them?
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IN CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH
Dietary supplements can seem like a "more natural" addition to your arthritis drugs. But do they work? How safe are they? In this article, we bring you information on some supplements commonly promoted for rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, or both to help you decide which ones may be worth a further look, and which ones are better left alone.
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RA AND RELATED CONDITIONS
In cachexia, the body breaks down muscle faster than it builds it, leading to diminished muscle mass and strength. Over time, the loss of strength from cachexia can make everyday tasks more difficult, and cachexia increases a person's risk of cardiovascular problems. Although cachexia is more common in people with rheumatoid arthritis, it can easily be overlooked.
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Looking for something a little fancy? The chocolate sauce in this dish is more spicy than sweet, providing a rich, complex complement to lean, tender chicken.
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