Health Risks Seniors Should Be Aware Of
As you age, you may be faced with health risks you did not have to confront before. While you can’t prevent the passing of time, being knowledgeable and proactive with your health can have dramatic effects on your current and future quality of life.
Drinking Milk Reduced Knee Arthritis in Women, Not Men
Milk has long been associated with the prevention of weak bones (osteoporosis). New research now suggests that the more milk a woman drinks, the less of a problem she may have with progression of her osteoarthritis.
Famous People with Arthritis
Arthritis is a broad term that describes a variety of conditions that affect muscles, bones and joints. Here are some famous people who have had to battle arthritis.
Treating Two Knees with One Surgery
Patients with arthritis in both knees sometimes choose to undergo a double replacement surgery on the same day. A recent study looked at whether this operation is safe for rheumatoid arthritis patients.
How Do You Know if You Have Arthritis?
How do you know if you have arthritis? What exactly are the symptoms of arthritis? dailyRx has set out to answer these questions, along with several others. Learn how arthritis can impact your overall health, and listen to your body so that you can get treatment as soon as possible.
America's Happiest and Healthiest States
Health and happiness are usually terms reserved for individuals, yet there is no denying that location can play a role in these traits. Here’s a list of the happiest and healthiest states.
Superfoods for Fighting Arthritis
While arthritis patients often need medications to ease symptoms and fight their disease, diet also can play a huge role in arthritis treatment. Here’s a list of foods that may help relieve or prevent arthritis.
Comparing Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
According to the Arthritis Foundation, 50 million Americans are affected by arthritis. Despite its prevalence, arthritis is often misunderstood. The two most common forms of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Here’s a list of the differences between OA and RA.
Glucosamine Failed to Ease Joint Pain or Damage
Millions of Americans take glucosamine supplements to help improve cartilage damage in their joints, but a new study suggests the supplements may not be helping.
Taking Osteoarthritis Into Your Own Hands
Osteoarthritis (OA) can disrupt many aspects of day-to-day living. But there's a lot that patients can do to stay mobile and active. If you have OA, here's how you can take joint care into your own hands.