- November 1st, 2012
Providing effective intervention to avoid long-term disability in osteoarthritis may be difficult, but there is reason for hope. Recent studies of non-pharmacological interventions indicate they may help:
• Administration of glucosamine/chondroitin sulfate can decrease joint-space narrowing and other radiographic markers of disease progression.
- August 1st, 2012
There are countless activities that many of us don’t think twice about. Using scissors, removing a cap from a bottle, or sometimes just getting out of bed can be daunting tasks for those who suffer from arthritis.Get creative with your remedy for relief.
- July 1st, 2012
Osteoarthritis and various other forms of arthritis trouble over 20 million Americans. In fact, osteoarthritis is the second leading cause of disability in men over 50 years of age.
- January 1st, 2009
The amount of obese Americans who will develop osteoarthritis of the knee. This painful condition occurs when two bones rub against each other in the joint once the cushiony cartilage between them wears down, causing inflammation; being overweight can speed this process. Think you’re safe if you’re fit and trim? Not so fast—35 percent of you will develop achy knees too.By Nicole Duncan
- January 1st, 2008
Antlers from deer, and sometimes elk, are “often used to increase blood counts, particularly in cases of anemia induced by chemotherapy,” says TCM practitioner David Scrimgeour, LAc.Although Rudolph’s red nose gets all the fame, his antlers deserve some attention, too. Velvet deer antlers are one of the principal ingredients used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, especially yang tonics that increase energy, warmth, and cardiovascular healthBy Karta Purkh Singh Khalsa