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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Arthritis Research:Tai Chi found to be as effective as physical therapy for knee osteoarthritis ♦ Pedometers: The new prescription for rheumatoid arthritis ♦ Chrondroitin outperforms celecoxib

Chrondroitin outperforms celecoxib in knee osteoarthritis study For the first time, chondroitin sulfate has been more successful than celecoxib in reducing the long-term progression of knee osteoarthritis .
Body mass index may be a key to achieving sustained remission in early arthritisrheumatoid Being overweight or obese can reduce the likelihood of achieving sustained remission of early rheumatoid arthritis.
Pedometers: The new prescription for rheumatoid arthritis Using a pedometer to measure the number of steps one takes in a day has been linked to lower fatigue in persons with rheumatoid arthritis.
Both Tai Chi and physical therapy positively impact pain, function and other symptoms of knee osteoarthritis – making Tai Chi a viable treatment alternative for people suffering with the degenerative disease.

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