Exercise is critical for strong muscles and bones. Muscle strength declines as people age, but studies report that when people exercise they are stronger and leaner than others in their age group.
Exercise may help kids lower their risk of chronic pain in the future.
We want to welcome Dr. Jennifer Schneider to HealthCentrals' OsteoporosisConnection site where we'll be interviewing her about her... Read more »
Last March we heard more about the link between bisphosphonates (Fosamax®, Actonel®, Reclast® and Boniva®) and a rare type of thigh... Read more »
In the past week there's been a lot of reporting on long-term effects of Fosamax® on atypical femur fractures . This is not novel news,... Read more »
Full Question: Is joint and muscle pain a common side affect of Imitrex?For treatment of 4-5 migraines a week, I have been taking Imitrex... Read more »
The patella, or kneecap, helps protect the femur and also helps the joint work properly. Because the kneecap is so important, if there are any... Read more »
Scientists around the world are studying pain mechanisms of all kinds. In this article, the characteristics and causes of muscle pain are reviewed.... Read more »
The muscles and joints of our legs work together in complex ways that aren't completely understood. Knee problems in particular can lead to problems... Read more »