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How Running Can Actually Prevent Osteoarthritis

running-and-pain-reliefThere is a long-running debate about running in the field of medicine.“The jury is still out,” Dr. Jon Schriner of Michigan State University told LiveScience in 2012. “Some say yes, running is bad for the knees; some say no.” Just-released research heavily favors the pro-running camp, demonstrating that it reduces the likelihood of osteoarthritis (OA). The scientists conducting the study at Baylor College of Medicine assessed subjects who ran on a regular basis for a substantial part of their lives, revealing that they were no more vulnerable to OA than non-runners.

Previous studies have shown a strong correlation between running and the degenerative joint disorder. These new findings suggest that the activity itself serves as a defense against physical wear-and-tear such as OA.

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The 3 Food Types You Should Be Avoiding If You Have Gout

Gout is a form of arthritis that involves an accrual of uric acid crystals in the body, particularly the joints. Gout prevention has become a major concern of arthritis experts and pain professionals: 8.3 million individuals, approximately 1 out of every 25 people, are currently experiencing the condition. It is especially common among senior citizens.

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Foods That Should Be In Your Fridge NOW If You Have Arthritis

Inflammation is a root cause of cancer, heart disease, and obesity – health conditions that impact millions in the US and around the world. Inflammation is also the direct cause of arthritis, so those with arthritis should be concerned that its underlying issue is shared with some of the deadliest diseases.

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How does your diet affect arthritis pain?

Many health disorders in the United States are caused by excessive inflammation. Changing the way that we eat so that what we consume is anti-inflammatory can help counteract the joint pain associated with arthritis . Below are six common foods that you can reduce so that you aren’t accidentally increasing your pain with certain elements of your diet.

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5 Ways to Make The Holidays Less Painful

christmasfood5Diets to fight inflammation are great approaches to reduce arthritis pain, but it’s not always easy to stick to a diet plan during the holidays. Of course that’s frustrating: we don’t want to be wincing as we are trying to enjoy our time with loved ones and celebrate with friends at New Year’s Eve parties. What are the best ways to stick to the plan? Below are five techniques to help keep you on track.

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