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(07/10/2014)Researchers find 6,000 steps per day is the “magic” number for preventing activity limitations.
(07/03/2014)Surgeons who perform more hip surgeries per year have fewer complications.
(06/19/2014)Study finds signs of slower knee osteoarthritis progression in women – but not men – who drink a lot of milk.
(06/16/2014)Patients who participated in physical therapy improved, but so did those who received “sham” treatment.
(06/06/2014)A new study finds rates are low overall, but patients fare better at some hospitals than others.
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