Steroid Injections Cause More Harm Than Good In Some Arthritis Patients, Study FindsMany Americans with aching joints are offered steroid injections to help ease their pain, but local researchers say those shots are causing more harm.
Hour Of Brisk Walking Weekly Could Prevent Disability In Arthritis SufferersA new study says older adults with arthritis can help reduce maintain their daily function by doing short bursts of physical activity every day.
Weight Loss Improves Knee Arthritis Symptoms, Study SaysDoctors often recommend that overweight patients with arthritis of the knee lose weight to improve their pain and function, but how much weight loss makes a difference?
Knee Pain: Common Causes and TreatmentsYour knees are involved in almost every activity you do—walking, bending, and turning. That’s why knee pain can severely limit your ability to move and work.
Celebrex Is No Riskier For Heart Than Other Arthritis Drugs, Study FindsA new study gives some reassurance to arthritis sufferers who want pain relief but are worried about side effects.
New Treatment Helps Young Arthritis PatientsArthritis is usually thought to affect older people, but young adults can suffer from it, too.
Hairless Man Grows Full Head Of Hair In Yale Arthritis Drug TrialScientists at Yale may have discovered quite the off-label use for an FDA-approved arthritis drug.
Why It May Not Be Possible To Work In RetirementWorking in retirement sounds like a great idea, but there are many reasons why it may not work out for you.
Simple Steps Can Decrease Risk Of Developing GoutGout, a painful condition that causes severe pain in the joints, is becoming more prevalent.
Medical Minute: Lumbar Spinal StenosisWBZ's Dr. Murray Feingold says more and more people are being diagnosed with lumbar spinal stenosis.