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Those pops and clicks you hear coming from your knees may be the sound of arthritis beginning to take hold. Here’s what you should know.
Medicine that you can apply to your skin may have as strong a pain-relieving effect as those of oral drugs and may be safer.
If you have arthritis that affects your hands, everyday tasks can be painful. Here's how hand exercises may help.
Exercises for hand arthritis can help improve your range of motion and strengthen your muscles. Here are 8 to try.
Most people who undergo a total hip or knee replacement are satisfied with the results—but some are disappointed.
Taking vitamin D supplements doesn’t decrease loss of cartilage or pain due to knee osteoarthritis.
Joint pain at night and other symptoms of osteoarthritis can disrupt sleep, but simple measures can help you drift off faster and stay asleep longer.
If you've tried everything to relieve your joint pain, it might be time to consider surgery. Here's what you should know before going under the knife.
Regular exercise can reduce knee pain, stiffness, and pain-related disability from knee osteoarthritis, even if joint degeneration is severe.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) devices promise relief from joint pain. Here’s what to know before you buy.