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cold weather and joint pain
Joint Pain

Cold Weather and Joint Pain: Exploring The Connection

Key Takeaways Joint pain can manifest as stiffness, aches, swelling, or uncomfortable heat where two or more bones meet.  Joint pain is more prevalent in older individuals. Some common causes include osteoarthritis, tendonitis, ligament injuries, autoimmune diseases, and gout. Joint pain can worsen after exposure to cold weather, potentially due to constricting nerves and

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Runner suffering from IT band syndrome
Knee Pain

IT Band Syndrome: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that IT band syndrome, also known as iliotibial band syndrome, commonly affects cyclists, basketball players, runners, and skiers? If you experience pain in the outer part of your thigh or knee while running or engaging in other physical activities, you may be dealing with IT band syndrome. This is a common

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foods for healthy joints

Top 10 Inflammatory Foods That Cause Joint Pain

Over 52 million American adults have arthritis. There are many potential courses of treatment. One of them includes eliminating foods that cause joint pain. But to revise your grocery list, you must understand what inflammatory foods to avoid. Modify your diet accordingly, and you’ll likely experience less joint pain and inflammation. Below, we’ll explain

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Skier coming down a slope
Joint Pain

Top Tips for Avoiding Joint Pain this Winter

When winter weather rolls into town people often feel that it not only brings tidings of holidays, shopping, and family but also joint pain. For some, they feel it so keenly that they seem to be able to predict the weather changes based on the status of their joints. Although science provides no clear

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Joint Pain

How to Prevent Common Golf Injuries and Protect Your Joints

Golf, despite its quiet reputation, is a very physical sport. While Golf’s inherent dangers aren’t obvious, players are often injured or in pain. Most professionals exercise to remain conditioned for golf but even still the aggressive nature of a golf swing may place hefty stress on their body causing a majority of professional golfers

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