For some people with joint pain, cold weather seems to make it worse. And pain can be a barrier to exercise and activities you’d usually do.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics has recently released new obesity management guidelines in order to help address the growing obesity crisis in children.
A new species of bacteria that doesn’t normally live in the gut may trigger an immune response so strong that it spreads to the joints.
Aging out of the supportive world of pediatric care at a vulnerable time in life can pose risks to teens with chronic health conditions as they enter the resource-strapped adult care system.
A major review found specific supplements or food components were unlikely to lead to significant improvements in stiffness, pain and function.
Since canine arthritis can’t be cured, the goal of treatment in dogs is to reduce inflammation to increase comfort and improve a dog’s quality of life.
Researchers are piecing together clues to better understand the puzzling array of symptoms in those who never seem to fully recover from COVID-19.
If you’ve ever had a bout of gout, you’ll know it’s truly awful. Here’s what causes it, and what you can do about it.
In the hope of finding a cure for COVID-19, it is easy to get lost in the hype. But chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine should for now be set aside.
What might look like a mild case of COVID-19 could actually be a bacterial infection from a tick bite, with potentially debilitating symptoms if it goes untreated.
Kim Kardashian West suffers from psoriatic arthritis. About 1% of people have the autoimmune condition which primarily affects the skin and joints.
COVID-19 poses a particular threat to workers with underlying health conditions. Going to work could expose them to a virus that targets them disproportionately.
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Many people are taking glucosamine for their osteoarthritis. But do they really need to stop in light of new safety warnings?
Menopausal women who were abused as children experience more hot flushes while sleeping than those who were not abused, according to recent research.
About one in 100 people have rheumatoid arthritis, a painful condition of the joints where the body mistakenly attacks itself.
New international research shows one in four physiotherapists provide treatments that aren’t based on evidence. These treatments aren’t likely to cause harm, but they might waste patients’ time.
Evolutionary quirks found in the animal kingdom protect against common diseases.
As you age, your body deteriorates and your risk of disease and injury increases. Here’s a decade by decade guide to what you’re up against – and what you can do about it.