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Foods You Should Eat if You Have Gout

From about.com

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Gout is one of the most painful types of arthritis and is characterized by sudden, severe bouts of redness, swelling, warmth, pain, and inflammation in one or more joints. Gout is typically treated with diet and medication. Lifestyle recommendations are usually made to gout patients, too. People with gout…

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almost 4 years
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Advice to Help You Achieve Relief From Arthritis

From about.com

What should I take for my arthritis? That's likely the most common question asked by arthritis patients. If only there was an easy answer — a one-size-fits-all answer. But there's not. If you are truly looking for arthritis relief, these 5 tips will help you get there.
Tip #1 - Only…

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almost 4 years
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8 Good Habits Help People With Arthritis Get Through Their Day

From about.com

People who have arthritis or any other chronic pain condition know how disruptive it can be. Arthritis pain and physical limitations can make usual daily activities very difficult. But, as you know, life doesn't stop. We still have certain roles and responsibilities that won't necessarily wait until we feel better.

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about 4 years
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Comprehensive list of anti-inflammatory foods

From healthy-holistic-living.com

Why is it important to eat anti inflammatory foods? Before we delve into the answer of this very important question (its important enough that it could save or extend your life), let’s first examine what we mean when we refer to our bodies showing inflammatory behavior. Some people may not…

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about 4 years
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Should You Avoid Alcohol if You Take Arthritis Medication?

From about.com

People tend to think that warnings pertain to everyone but themselves. It's hard to think of yourself as needing a warning, or being fallible or mortal. Maybe that's just human nature. Sometimes, we need stern reminders and, unfortunately, tragic events often deliver those reminders. Too often, the reminder comes after…

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over 4 years
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Maintaining Your Ideal Weight With Arthritis Is Essential

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Allow me to start by telling you something you have surely heard before. Maintaining your healthy or ideal weight is important for overall good health and to help prevent or manage certain diseases and conditions — including arthritis. It can help prevent many comorbid conditions, such as heart disease and…

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almost 4 years
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Is Bone Pain the Same as Joint Pain?

From about.com

It's not uncommon for people with arthritis to say that they feel achy or that their bones hurt. Are they really experiencing bone pain, or is it joint pain? What's the difference?
Causes of Bone Pain
Generally, bone pain is less common than joint pain or muscle pain. Bone pain can be…

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about 4 years
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4 Unhealthy Behaviors You Must Change if You Have Arthritis

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I have lived with arthritis for 40 years. In 1974, I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 19. I've learned a lot about the disease over the years and shared, through my writing, information about medications, treatment options, and various aspects of living with a rheumatic disease.
But…

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about 4 years
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10 Things You Should Never Say to Someone With Arthritis

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People with arthritis are not inherently hypersensitive but certain comments from friends, family, or even strangers, can hurt. Even though the comments are not intended to be hurtful, they can provoke negative feelings, as well as a sense that no one understands what it is really like to live with…

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over 4 years
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Arthritis & Joint Conditions - About.com

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A risk factor increases your likelihood of developing a disease or condition. Theoretically, the more risk factors you have the higher the risk of developing that condition. Do you have any of the risk factors associated with arthritis? Take the Arthritis Risk Factor Quiz.

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