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A Parent's Guide to Sports Injury Prevention Kids who play sports will get hurt – that’s a fact. Learn how parents and coaches can help protect kids’ joints, reducing the risk of injury and cutting the chance of developing osteoarthritis later.... Details >Arthritis FoundationAcupuncture for Osteoarthritis This document presents a review of recent published literature (1995 to 2003) on the use of acupuncture for the treatment of osteoarthritis.... Details >Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ServicesArthritis Advice Also available in: Spanish Arthritis is one of the most common diseases in this country. It affects millions of adults and half of all people age 65 and older.
... Details >National Institute on Aging Information CenterArthritis: How to Care for Yourself This article presents information on how to care for your arthritis, including avoid excess stress on your joints, take your medication just as your doctor prescribes, stretch your legs to keep joints... Details >Arthritis FoundationArthritis: Managing Your Pain Dealing with pain can be the hardest part of having arthritis or a related condition, but you can learn to manage it and its impact on your life. This page discusses managing your arthritis pain, incl... Details >Arthritis FoundationArthritis: Self-Management ActivitiesLearn about self-management activities that can help people with arthritis decrease pain, improve function, stay productive, and lower health care costs. ... Details >National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and PreventionAssess Your Risk for Arthritis To be at risk means that there is a possibility, based on certain factors known to contribute to the disease, that you may develop arthritis or a related condition. Answer the following five questions... Details >Arthritis FoundationCDC Arthritis ProgramForty-six million Americans report that a doctor told them they have arthritis or other rheumatic conditions. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States, limiting the activities... Details >Division of Adult and Community Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion/CDCExercise And Arthritis Arthritis is becoming more and more common - and not just among the very old. The good news is that a program of moderate exercise can offset the pain and inconvenience of this indiscriminate disease.... Details >American Council on Exercise®Local Office Directory - Arthritis Foundation This Local Office Directory connects you by zip code or state to a local Arthritis Foundation office and information on programs, events & physicians near you.... Details >Arthritis Foundation
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