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Arthritis Today Magazine Boasts New Website by Sheryl R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 04 Apr 2009 11:39pm I recently took a self-guided tour of the new Arthritis Today website and I must say, I’m very impressed! I think the site has the potential to be one of the top resources for people diagnosed with arthritis. A few features that I liked: The Tin Mom’s Blog: I’m glad ArthritisToday.org has a featured blogger who will share her stories on ... Read on »
Arthritis Today Magazine is a Good Find by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:55pm Hi, Friends, This is just to let you know that I came across Arthritis Today on sale at one of my favorite magazine deal web sites. And if you order through this link, Rest Ministries will even get 12% of the $4.69 SUBSCRIPTION price. That's right... it's just $4.69 for 6 issues. I've been a subscriber of this magazine for about 15 years ... Read on »
NEW APP FROM ARTHRITIS TODAY... by Barmac Posted Tue 04 Sep 2012 5:50pm Arthritistoday.org has developed a new app – track and react. It's a free tool for your day-by-day wellness. Enter events, from food you eat to activities, as they occur. This will reveal what affects your pain or arthritis. Read on »
Acupuncture Brisbane Arthritis Hip and Knee Pain Gaining Popularity Today by Terre Legg Posted Wed 12 Jun 2013 7:56am Arthritis has slowly become one of the major and most common issues for the general public today. It's becoming quite common today among many; it’s basically causes irritation and stiffness in our joints that leads to a constant pain which many times become completely unbearable. There are a number of body parts that can suffer from this and they ... Read on »
Holistic Arthritis Treatment For Mom by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 09 Mar 2010 11:09pm For a long time, my mom has been complaining about pain in her knees, fingers and lower limbs. A visit to the general practitioner had confirmed that she might be suffering from arthritis which is commonly as an inflammation of the joints. I spoke to her about some holistic arthritis treatment including getting her some natural supplements and ... Read on »
Biologic Drug (Cimzia) for Rheumatoid Arthritis Has Been Approved By FDA by Sheryl R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 1:03pm Wanted to get this up before I head to work, so I’m re-posting part of an article that appears on ArthritisToday.com: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given its nod to certolizumab pegol (Cimzia), a drug previously approved to treat Crohn’s disease, to also treat moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Certolizumab pegol belongs ... Read on »
Statement from Secretary Sebelius on World Arthritis Day by Health & Human Services Posted Wed 12 Oct 2011 1:01am Today is World Arthritis Day, a perfect time to get the word out to friends and loved ones about some of the simple steps that you can take to prevent and manage arthritis. Almost all of us know someone dealing with arthritis.  Today, one in five adults suffers from the condition. Each year, it leads to ... Read on »
ARTHRITIS RESEARCH UK TO OPEN A FOURTH NATIONAL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE... by Barmac Posted Thu 08 Dec 2011 5:26pm According to Arthritis Today, Arthritis Research UK is launching is fourth national centre of excellence this month. The team behind the new tissue engineering centre predict that within five years, using keyhole surgery they will be able to treat people with osteoarthritis with adult stem cells to regenerate damaged joints, delaying the ... Read on »
Arthritis Foundation Agrees with Me by Judith L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 7:26pm The Arthritis Foundation (AF) is celebrating Arthritis Month in May, and is kicking it off with a campaign called "Moving is the Best Medicine". Well, I have to agree! I can't say I have cured all my ills in the short time I have been back working on the bod more seriously but I do know I am better off moving than not moving. An adverti ... Read on »
Weight Control Reduces Osteoarthritis Risk by awesome Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 5:48pm Excess weight cna lead to osteoarthritis (OA) or worsen pain after diagnosis. But managing weight and eating healthy don’t need to be a difficult task. Obesity is not a direct cause of osteoarthritis, but excess weight can put added stress on joints, cause cartilage to break down and make damaged joints feel worse. According to Arthriti ... Read on »