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Navigating Arthritisland: Finding the way in unfamiliar & twisted territory

Written by on April 17, 2015

For writer JG Chayko, arthritis is like an erratic taxi driver taking you for a bumpy, sometimes terrifying, ride through a stupefying maze—but the good news is that along the way you can find the way to go

Osteoarthritis Soup: How injury triggers release of arthritis causing enzymes

Written by on April 17, 2015

Orthopedic Surgeon Kevin R. Stone, MD, a pioneer of advanced orthopedic surgical & rehabilitation techniques, on how meniscus injury may trigger release of osteoarthritis causing enzymes

Remembering the OKC bombing, and the baby with yellow socks

Written by on April 16, 2015

20 years ago CreakyJoints Blogger Sandi Davis was a working news reporter in Oklahoma City. She shares memories of the bombing that killed or injured hundreds, including children from a day care center

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Effective RA Treatment without Drugs – Promise or Hype?

By on April 14, 2015

Is it possible to treat rheumatoid arthritis as effectively as a drug without the side effects and at a lower cost? SetPoint Medical thinks so.

More and more women are being left crippled by killer heels: New research proves high heels can lead to arthritis and worn out knees

By on April 14, 2015

Four years ago, a shopping trip was torture for Angela Kelly, 67. Though still a super-fit events organiser, the former over-50s All England badminton mixed doubles champion was reduced to hobbling at a snail’s pace, hanging onto her trolley for support.

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