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Arthritis pain: Miracle jab could ease agony for millions of sufferers
A miracle jab that could ease the misery of arthritis for millions of sufferers has been developed by scientists, it was revealed.
Do this type of exercise if you have been injured or have arthritis
Gym workouts incorporating low-impact moves, such as Pilates, are ideal for those with arthritis or who have been recently injured.
Could your Sunday morning run cause arthritis?
Arthritis symptoms include joint pain and inflammation.
Arthritis symptoms: Eating five prunes daily could lower joint pain risk
Arthritis symptoms affect about 10 million people in the UK, including people of all ages.
Arthritis didn't affect famous cloned sheep
Dolly the sheep did not have early onset osteoarthritis after all, according to new research.
Arthritis: ‘clicking’ and ‘popping’ joints could be a sign of painful condition
Arthritis symptoms could be prevented by listening to ‘snaps, crackles and pops’, and taking action early to stop the condition, a rheumatologist has urged.
Arthritis symptoms could be eased by eating dark leafy greens
Arthritis symptoms could be eased by eating certain types of foods that have anti-inflammatory properties.
Arthritis symptoms warning: Beware these five factors that can speed up joint pain( video)
Arthritis affects around 10 million people in the UK, but there are certain factors that can accelerate onset of joint pain and other symptoms.
How you think about your arthritis makes a difference
How well you cope with knee arthritis depends a lot on your mental outlook, a new study suggested.
Does the pill prevent arthritis?
Women who take the oral contraceptive pill are protected from going on to develop arthritis in later life, a new study suggested.
Arthritis symptoms: Being hypermobile a sign of this rare type
Arthritis symptoms normally include joint pain and stiffness, however for one rare type — Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) — there are some more unusual signs.
Smoking around your kids can put them at increased risk of arthritis
Exposure to passive smoking in childhood significantly increased the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis in adult smokers, a study has showed.
Rheumatoid arthritis tougher to spot, track in obese patients
Blood tests to diagnose and monitor rheumatoid arthritis may be thrown off by obesity in women, a new study suggested.
Does arthritis really get worse in winter?
Constant and unrelenting pain in joints is an every day occurrence for people suffering with arthritis — a condition many wrongly assume is just a part of the aging process.

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