Bones, Joints, Muscles and Connective Tissue Diseases

9 Signs of Arthritis (Joint Inflammation Early and Late Signs)

Arthritis is a joint problem that can affect any age group. It tends to be more common as a person gets onlder. The two common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA).  Osteoarthritis affects about 20 million Americans while rheumatoid arthritis affects about 1.3 million people in the >> Read More ...

Pressure in Knee – Causes when Walking, Standing, Bending

A pressure sensation or pressure pain in the knee usually occurs with fluid accumulation in the joint. This is known as a joint effusion. It is usually accompanied by some degree of stiffness as well as visible swelling of the knee. There are several reasons why this may occur. Most of the time it is due to inflammation >> Read More ...

Aching Knee – Causes of Knee Pain and Other Symptoms

Pain or discomfort in the knees can occur for various reasons and it is not uncommon for most of us to experience a knee ache at some point or the other. Often this is related to strain and in younger people a knee ache is usually not a cause for concern unless it occurred due to a severe injury. However, a knee ache in >> Read More ...

How To Strengthen Bones and Reverse Weakening

Calcium and other minerals are tightly packed together to form the bones which are hard and strong. The bones change from soft cartilage in early life to hard bones but as a person gets older the bones become gradually weaker. Eventually it reaches the point where the bones are weak and brittle and can easily fracture, >> Read More ...

Signs of Gout and How To Relieve Gout

Gout affects over 8 million Americans and 1 in 5 sufferers have a family history of gout. Almost 2 million gout sufferers use medication for the condition and the condition is becoming more common in the United States, which is partly attributed to an aging population and rising obesity rates. However, gout is not just an >> Read More ...
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