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Situation(friend)ships

Friends….. How many of us have them? Ok, Ok. I’m done fucking around. On a serious note, do you really appreciate your friends? Not just the friends that are around for the sake of being around but the friends that are there because they truly love you? 1,067 more words

Get Arthritis Relief with Acupuncture

For many people, arthritis pain and inflammation cannot be avoided as the body ages. In fact, most people over the age of 50 show some signs of arthritis as joints naturally degenerate over time. 250 more words

Acupuncture

Five Natural Remedies for Foot Pain

Pain in the foot has become one of the most common problems nowadays and people of every age complain about it at some point in their lives. 452 more words

Health

Pain Relieving Patch KETOTOP DDS FDA, Zipper Pack

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KETOTOPĀ® has been invented by Amore Pacific Pharm. in 1995 for the patients with Arthritis or Rheumatic Inflammation who has suffered from the side effects of oral medication of Arthritis including gastrointestinal hemorrhage, Edema, rise of blood pressure, and so on. 720 more words

Over The Counter

Eating fish reduces rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

In a recent study which involved 176 participants with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), those who consumed fish twice weekly had lower disease activity (number of swollen and tender joints as well as other assessments) compared with those who ate fish never to once a month.

Nutrition

Another View of Self Care

What does self care mean to you? For many of us, it’s that much-needed time that we take for ourselves. I take another look at a more basic, personal definition of self-careĀ in my latest post for RheumatoidArthritis.com here: https://rheumatoidarthritis.net/blog/another-view-of-self-care/

Rheumatoid Arthritis

10 Things My Chronic Illness Taught My Children

I worried that my rheumatoid arthritis would harm them. Instead, it has helped them grow.

Published: August 16, 2017 at 05:30AM

Opinion By PAULA M. FITZGIBBONS… 65 more words

NYT