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Track + React Tool

Your Day-by-Day Arthritis Wellness Tool

Track + React Tool
  • Reveal which activities impact your arthritis
  • Makes tracking your health easy

Available online or for your iPhone, iPad or Android.

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Who Gets OA and Why

Who Gets OA and Why

Learn about the risk factors and causes of osteoarthritis.

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OA and Obesity

More than just overloading joints, obesity can lead to fat cells taking aim at joints.

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OA Treatment Plan

OA Treatment Plan

Discover how OA pain can be treated and managed.

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Daily Life With OA

Daily Life With OA

Read how lifestyle factors like diet and exercise can improve your OA pain.

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Osteoarthritis and Falls

Having OA may make you more likely to suffer falls and fractures. Here’s what the research shows and what you should do to reduce your risk.

Osteoarthritis Potential Causes

Researchers provide real data to answer questions about OA’s links to lifestyle factors like cracking knuckles and texting.

Osteoarthritis News

Drinking Milk Could Slow OA

(06/19/2014)
Study finds signs of slower knee osteoarthritis progression in women – but not men – who drink a lot of milk.

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