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Rheumatism and Arthritis - What's the Difference? by Jan Posted Sun 05 Sep 2010 12:00am Rheumatism and arthritis are two bone and muscle diseases that people refer to almost interchangeably. Generally speaking, most people do not really see the difference. After all, both diseases manifest the same symptoms of recurring pain in joints and muscles. While both conditions can sometimes be unbearably painful and afflict older men ... Read on »
Arthritis, One Of The Many Rheumatic Diseases by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm The main common characteristics of the rheumatic conditions are represented by inflammations, followed by a disability of one of the body's supporting structures. The most affected by rheumatic diseases are the articulations, ligaments, bones, tendons and muscles that become painful, swollen and rigid. Some of the 100 types of rheumatic dis ... Read on »
PAIN GONE PEN FOR PAIN RELIEF OF BACK PAIN, ARTHRITIS, OSTEOPOROSIS, SCIATICA, RHEUMATISM AND RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS... by Barmac Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 9:34am I used a tens machine years ago for my back pain but like everything it stopped working for me but I must admit I was thinking of buying another as I think 'change' in pain relief is the best option for me. I'd heard of the 'Pain Gone' acupuncture pen for pain which they say is unlike any other treatment you have tried before. Apparently ... Read on »
Scleroderma is Arthritis and Rheumatic Disease. by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm The word arthritis comes from the Greek words “Arthron” and “it is,” which literally mean joint inflammation disease. However, it doesn’t just refer to the joints, but also to the connective tissue throughout the body; even muscles and soft tissue can be involved in the inflammatory process. Inflammation itself causes further damage in th ... Read on »
Vasculopathy and disordered angiogenesis in selected rheumatic diseases: rheumatoid arthritis and systemic sclerosis by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm 1 Comment BY Alisa E Koch and Oliver Distler Angiogenesis is important in the pathogenesis of systemic inflammatory rheumatic diseases, a family of related disorders that includes rheumatoid arthritis and systemic sclerosis. Rheumatoid arthritis is the rheumatic disease in which the role of angiogenesis has been studied most extensively. However, wher ... Read on »
The Ultimate 7-day Natural Remedy For Arthritis Gout And Rheumatism Review Honest Testimonial by Salmony Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 6:12pm According to over 500 customers testimonials this ebook contains useful information. The Special Guide was released on 2010-08-18 by ARTPAIN, The Ultimate 7-day Natural Remedy For Arthritis Gout And Rheumatism . This great Ebook has been around longer than any direct competitor and the guide received only positive testimonials and reviews. However, ... Read on »
Types of Arthritis & Related Rheumatic Conditions by Jan Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 12:00am Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis develops from the wearing away of joint cartilage. It is degenerative in nature and the substantial damage caused by excessive strain on the joints and its bordering tissues is characterized by: pain soreness swelling difficulty of movement In its early stages, osteoarthritis is rarely ... Read on »
Castor Oil for Arthritis, Psoriasis, Eczema and Rheumatism by rosie g Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:39pm Many have found relief from the pain of arthritis and rheumatism by massaging the joints with castor oil and it is equally effective for treating conditions of the skin like eczema and psoriasis. Here are a few of the many endorsements that I have received from sufferers: Mrs. M D – I suffer from arthritis and psoriasis, double trouble and ... Read on »
Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis by rita359 Posted Sun 30 Dec 2012 6:16am Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory type of arthritis, caused by a chronic autoimmune disease which attacks the joints and other body organs,  the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis can differ from patient to patient, as well as the periods in which these symptoms occur and reoccur as well. This is not the type of arthritis, which occurs ... Read on »
Treating Arthritis - Naturally by Healthy Solutions Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Oct 2010 6:56am By Nicky Pilkington There are actually three common types of arthritis. These are Osteoarthritis which is the most common, affecting around 16 million Americans with an average age of 45. It usually will attack weight bearing joints like knees, hips, and ankles but has been found in the fingers, neck and spine. Each of our joints is cushioned ... Read on »