The term arthritis is used to describe a variety of rheumatic diseases that result in inflammation of the joints. While stiffness, limited range of motion, and swelling all are common symptoms of arthritis, the hallmark feature of most arthritides is pain in the joints. In some people this pain can
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If you’re suffering from the syndrome known as chronic fatigue, treatment can vary—no surprise, considering that the condition itself is so mysterious. Before we get into management of chronic fatigue syndrome, consider the genesis of how we define it.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) bases its description of
Q: Our geriatrician has diagnosed my husband with motoric cognitive risk syndrome and recommended regular exercise to reduce his risk for dementia. What is MCR?
A: Motoric cognitive risk syndrome (MCR) is a newly recognized pre-dementia syndrome that is characterized by a combination of slowing gait speed and cognitive complaints. Research
Chronic fatigue syndrome—CFS—can develop in anyone, but it is twice as likely to affect women as men.
As a result of studies published in 2015 alone, three new discoveries about CFS have been made:
1. CFS appears to be a biological illness, not a psychological disorder, according to a study published
This particular set of pre-diabetic symptoms is associated with type 2 diabetes long before the onset and independent of lab test results.