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If you’ve avoided asanas and other activities because of arthritis pain, we have good news. A well-designed yoga program is not only safe for people with arthritis, says new research, but it may also ease symptoms and boost mood. In the study, people with either osteoarthritis in the knee or rheu ... Read more

Seeing the forest for the trees is a fantastic skill for navigating life’s adventures — and for eating well. Rather than obsessing about particular nutrients or food groups, think big picture. New research shows that your eating patterns may affect your risk of rheumatoid arthritis, a debilitatin ... Read more

Cruise down the supplement aisle and you’ll see dozens of products touting benefits to ease joint pain. The research doesn’t always line up with the claims, however. These three supplements have strong research behind them and are worth discussing with your doc. Be sure to talk about possible int ... Read more

Arthritis getting you down? Bolster yourself with broccoli. The crunchy green vegetable may help to slow down or even prevent osteoarthritis. According to a consistent body of research, sulforaphane, a compound in the cruciferous vegetable family that includes broccoli, reduces the destruction of ... Read more
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A diet rich in omega-3s and omega-7’s — both found in fish — may lower the risk of rheumatoid arthritis. One serving of salmon a week: That’s all it takes to lower your risk of rheumatoid arthritis, says a new study in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. Enjoying a single portion of fatty fish ... Read more

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