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Can a Bad Knee Cause Back Pain?

April 30, 2020

About 84% of people experience back pain during their lifetime. Nearly one-third suffer from pain at one point. If one has had a bad knee, then it can also cause back pain. It is surprising to know that there is a strong connection between knee pain and back pain. Therefore, it is very important for … Continue reading “Can a Bad Knee Cause Back Pain?”

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Causes of a Joint Injury

April 15, 2020

Our joints play a very important role in our movement. We often underestimate this blessing until our joints stop working. There can be several causes of joint pain, and one of those is an injury. An injury can compromise the function of our bones, and therefore it becomes necessary to show a doctor become it … Continue reading “Causes of a Joint Injury”

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What Can Cause Arthritis in Young Adults?

March 30, 2020

Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that affects your joints. It is an autoimmune disease that leads to pain and damage throughout your body. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis, but the two types are very common osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Arthritis in young adults is not seen commonly. It … Continue reading “What Can Cause Arthritis in Young Adults?”

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Remission: What Does it Do?

March 15, 2020

Most of the people link arthritis with old people. However, there are cases when a young adult would also be diagnosed with a specific type of arthritis known as Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). The symptoms of joint pain and swelling can be severe at certain times, and at other times they would disappear completely. When your … Continue reading “Rheumatoid Arthritis Remission: What Does it Do?”

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How Does Vascular Inflammation Affect Our Lives?

February 29, 2020

Aging gracefully is seeming a myth as we see more and more cases of chronic diseases around us every day. Such is vasculitis or vascular inflammation. It is a disease that leads to inflammation of veins and arteries. However, any type and size of blood carrying vessels can come at its aim. These vessels are … Continue reading “How Does Vascular Inflammation Affect Our Lives?”

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Straight Leg Raising Exercises for Knee Arthritis 

January 15, 2020

 Arthritis affects a vast number of people, and as compared to men, it affects women more. When women reach the age of 30 and above, most of them start feeling knee pain. A quick thought that comes to everyone’s mind is to reach a doctor as quickly as possible before the pain starts hampering the … Continue reading “Straight Leg Raising Exercises for Knee Arthritis “

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The Connection Between Lupus And The Brain

December 15, 2019

Lupus is an illness that occurs when a body’s immune system damages very own tissues and organs. Irritation through lupus can affect various organs such as joints, skin, kidneys, platelets, heart, lungs, and mind. But the question is, do lupus and the brain have any connection? People may also wonder how does lupus affect the … Continue reading “The Connection Between Lupus And The Brain”

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Lupus and Cancer

November 30, 2019

Lupus may sound scary to many as its prevalence may affect the immune system by making it hyperactive to the extent that it starts attacking healthy tissues. Making matters worse, lupus and cancer are closely associated and affect women more than men. The most common symptoms of lupus and cancer are arthritis and rash on … Continue reading “Lupus and Cancer”

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Osteoporosis vs Osteoarthritis

November 15, 2019

As we grow, the bones become weak. They might start to pain and may even break due to the absence of minerals and blood. Out of many bone diseases, let’s compare Osteoporosis vs Osteoarthritis as these most commonly occur in older people. Osteoporosis is a bone disorder in which the strength of bones decreases. This … Continue reading “Osteoporosis vs Osteoarthritis”

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Dry eyes and dry mouth

October 30, 2019

We take our secretary glands for advantage as these do their job silently. However, these glands become noticeable when they stop working and producing moisture that protects your body. Many people in their mid-life crisis suffer from Sjögren’s Syndrome. It is a condition in which a person suffers from long-lasting dry eyes and dry mouth. … Continue reading “Dry eyes and dry mouth”

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