Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis that can affect your knees, hands, lower back, hips, and more. Find out about prevention, symptoms, and treatment for this incurable condition.
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About a third of people aged 40 to 59 have evidence of moderate or severe degenerative disc disease, and more than half have moderate-to-severe osteoarthritis of the spine, according to a recent study.
If you have a chronic condition like arthritis or diabetes, an argument with your significant other can worsen your symptoms, according to this study.
This study found that naproxen — an over-the-counter NSAID medication — ranked most effective for reducing knee pain from osteoarthritis.
The Olympic athletes of yesteryear are still experiencing the pain of pursuing Olympic gold. As an athlete, are you at this same risk?
Osteoarthritis typically occurs in people over 40, so how do you balance life with this condition if you’re diagnosed in your 20s?
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People with MS may have more rapid degeneration of cartilage, which can lead to osteoarthritis. Here’s what you can do if you develop this condition.
If you have arthritis that affects your hands, everyday tasks can be painful. Here's how hand exercises may help.
Most people who undergo a total hip or knee replacement are satisfied with the results—but some are disappointed.