Where you live plays a role in your risk for obesity. Simply living in the United States makes a person more susceptible to obesity. The prevalence of obesity in America has risen dramatically over the past few years and continues to increase.
Pain-related fear means being afraid to move or do things that might cause pain in your joints or different parts of the body. Fear of pain... Read more »
Obese people develop dangerous blood clots -– which can cause heart attacks and strokes – more often than people who are not... Read more »
Causes of Immobility Immobility can be defined as the result of any disease or disability that requires complete bed rest or causes... Read more »
Obesity can lead to depression, and depression can lead to overeating, and overeating can lead to obesity, and around and around and... Read more »
Some people just don't do as well as others after a total hip replacement (THR). There is some thought that obesity puts patients at increased risk... Read more »
Authors of a small study have found that hip arthroscopies can be an effective and safe tool for managing hip disorders. The advantages of... Read more »