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7. Arthritis Surgery

Surgery may be considered as part of arthritis treatment when medication is no longer enough to manage your symptoms. The decision to head down the surgical route is a balancing act—you’ll need to consider your current symptoms and level of disability, and weigh them against the potential benefits, risks, and

5. Other Types of Arthritis

There are more than 100 types of arthritis. The two most common causes of chronic disabling arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and each has its own chapter in this report. In this chapter, we look at other common types of arthritis: gout, pseudogout, psoriatic arthritis, reactive arthritis

2018 HN Index

Alcohol Consumption

In rheumatoid arthritis patients, Jan., 4
Guidelines revisited, June 5; July 4
Rates increasing, Feb., 2
Bones, Joints, and Pain
Back pain, spinal fusion, March, 8
Dental pain, NSAIDs versus opioids, Sept., 3
Fibromyalgia, Jan., 3
Hip replacement, longevity, June, 7
Knee pain, noninvasive treatment, Sept., 2
Marijuana,

Watching Your Heart

Wearable technology has become commonplace among health enthusiasts looking to track everything from daily steps to sleep patterns. It’s now about to leap into medical monitoring, too. The new Series 4 Apple Watch will soon offer a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared electrocardiogram (ECG) feature.

Integrated ECG. The Series 4

1. Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain

Before you begin reading this book, you might be wondering if it’s worth making dietary and lifestyle changes to protect your heart and your brain—especially if cardiovascular disease or dementia runs in your family. Genetics certainly play a role, but your genes are not your destiny. Research suggests a healthy

Is Knee Replacement for You?

More than 600,000 knee replacement surgeries are performed annually in the United States. The procedure is typically carried out to alleviate osteoarthritis in the knee: the condition causes the shock-absorbing cartilage at the ends of bones to wear away, and the friction of bone rubbing on bone can eventually become

8. Surgery Is for a Minority

Only a small minority of people who battle low back pain will need surgery. Back pain surgery is either done in an emergency or electively (by choice). In this chapter, we’ll consider what goes into the decision to choose elective surgery as well as the situations that create the need

Q&A: Chronic Stress; Pulmonary Embolism

Q. What are the signs of chronic stress, and what’s the best way to deal with it?
A. Stress uses up an enormous amount of energy, and people who are in a constant stress mode become susceptible to both physical and emotional disorders. When people experience stress, the body goes into

Prevent Blood Clots in Your Legs by Staying Mobile

Prevent Blood Clots in Your Legs by Staying Mobile

They call it “economy class syndrome.” It occurs when blood clots form in the veins of your legs and other parts of your body as you fly for hours in the cramped seating of economy class. But, the lack of leg room isn’t necessarily the reason why you might develop

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