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Arthritis Pain? You Need This One Thing to Stay Healthy

In All Health Watch, Arthritis, Featured Article, Fitness and Exercise by INH Research

As we get older, almost all of us have aches and pains.

Your hips might hurt when you get out of a chair. Your knees may be stiff when you wake up in the morning. You may feel a twinge in your shoulders when you lift something.

All of these things are signs you have osteoarthritis.

In the back of your mind, you may wonder if and when it will turn into a full-blown disability that will mean you won’t be able to do the things you love…or even care for yourself and live independently.… Read More

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One Simple Diet Trick Relieves Arthritis Pain

In All Health Watch, Arthritis, Featured Article, Pain Relief by INH Research

Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S.

And osteoarthritis—also called “wear-and-tear” arthritis—is the most common form of the disease.

More than 40% of people over 70 have it.[i]

Mainstream doctors use painkilling drugs as the first-line treatment. They often have side effects.

Or they recommend joint replacement surgery. It is invasive, painful, and requires a long recovery.

Researchers may have found a better way to relieve your aching joints.… Read More

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Read This Before Getting Knee Replacement

In All Health Watch, Arthritis, Featured Article, General Health by INH Research

The number of Americans getting knee replacement surgery is double what it was in 2000. More than 750,000 of us a year now get new knees.[1]

The increase is not because more people are having knee problems. It’s because more people are choosing to have knee replacement surgery when they have less severe pain.[2]

That may be a mistake.… Read More

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Achy Knees? Get Relief Without Drugs or Surgery

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Pain Relief by INH Research

Mainstream medicine has two primary solutions for knee pain…

One is bad. The other is worse.

Knee pain is one of the most prevalent health problems facing older folks. More than a quarter of people over 55 have persistent knee discomfort. The most common cause is osteoarthritis.[1]

Most doctors will treat you with drugs. And if that doesn’t work, they’ll offer meniscal surgery.… Read More