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Managing your arthritis may feel impossible. Not only does it complicate a number of everyday tasks, but the pain can be excruciating. But as difficult as dealing with arthritis may seem, there are a number of things that can be done to help.

The following eight tips inside this article will … Read More

If you haven’t heard of Dr. Federico (Fred) Maese out of Dallas, TX, or his new book entitled “Orwell’s Hospital” then you’re not alone, but change is a-comin! Here’s the summary of the book as it is on the Amazon sales page:
The town of Greenwell was about to … Read More

In this brief study originally listed on DoctorsLounge, it was determined that lack of movement of key bones, joints and tissue was a chief cause of weakened systems and subsequent fractures in senior adults. One thing seniors tend to think is that since they are older, they cannot exercise for fear of … Read More

This study, original posted to DoctorsLounge, gives us a new insight – and hope – into the future of bone health through the constant innovations in orthopedic medicine. Not wanting to give any spoilers, we will say that this technique seems like it comes straight from a Star Trek or … Read More

This article from DoctorsLounge brings up an interesting concept about the level of certain vitamins and minerals needed for proper bone health. Poor nutrition can accelerate degeneration of bones and tissue that usually occur over time due to aging, causing such orthopedic woes as herniated discs and the oft-seen sciatica. … Read More

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