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PREDICT YOUR JOINT PAIN YOUR LOCAL WEATHER
Predict your joint pain level based on the local weather.
Understand the symptoms of osteoarthritis and how it’s diagnosed.
Learn about the symptoms, effects and causes of this common joint disease.
What are the signs, symptoms and tests that might result in a diagnosis?
Biomarkers can help with diagnosis.
Osteoarthritis of the spine is more common than you think.
Learn about the risk factors and causes of osteoarthritis.
Dividing the disease into subtypes helps determine causes, treatments - and preventive measures.
More than just overloading joints, obesity can lead to fat cells taking aim at joints.
New ways to prevent and treat ACL tears and other joint injuries may prevent future knee osteoarthritis, studies show.
Scientists continue to make strides in locating specific genes related to OA.
Researchers probe deep inside cartilage cells to learn when osteoarthritis begins.
Find out how osteoarthritis can affect you.
You have a diagnosis. Now what’s your prognosis with OA?
Discover how OA pain can be treated and managed.
Tactics for keeping OA pain, stiffness and swelling in check, and restoring mobility.
A look at the medications used to treat OA and those that rheumatologists say are worth watching.
Do you take more than one medicine for osteoarthritis or other ailments?
Guidelines offer consistent recommendations for doctors worldwide
What are the benefits of surgery?
Researchers are developing new ways to manage OA and gaining insight into its causes.
Read how lifestyle factors like diet and exercise can improve your OA pain.
Can certain foods ease your osteoarthritis symptoms and improve your joint health?
Physical activity is the best non-drug treatment for improving pain and function.
How a balanced diet can help you control osteoarthritis.
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.
Researchers provide real data to answer questions about OA’s links to lifestyle factors like cracking knuckles and texting.
Lower dose could mean fewer side effects but long-term data is lacking.
Researchers find 6,000 steps per day is the “magic” number for preventing activity limitations.
Surgeons who perform more hip surgeries per year have fewer complications.
Study finds signs of slower knee osteoarthritis progression in women – but not men – who drink a lot of milk.
Patients who participated in physical therapy improved, but so did those who received “sham” treatment.
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