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Another ray of hope for Arthritis Sufferers

...mine. Most people, taking glucosamine report their arthritic symptoms diminished quickly, from a few days to a few weeks. For more information about glucosamine www.inovnatprod.com....

Fight arthritic pain with acupuncture

.... But now there’s good news for the long-suffering arthritic patients. Acupuncture, which is one of the most p...oven least effective against immune system-related arthritic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. So if you suffer from arthritis, get ready for acupuncture...

Guard against heart attacks

... prescribed for the management of inflammatory and arthritic conditions. Researchers in Quebec studied the effects of naproxen versus other NSAIDs //in the prevention of acute myocardial infarctions (AMI), or heart attacks, in older patients. The study evaluated all patients in Quebec over age 65 who had been ...

Important cause of Arthritis

...ham and Women's Hospital examined GAG in mice with arthritic symptoms. She says, "This study shows that rheumat...g found that inflammatory cells that accumulate in arthritic joints attach themselves directly to the glycosaminoglycans. This accumulation of cells leads to pai...

Green tea beneficial in preventing osteoarthritis

...s of cartilage loss that mimic what happens in the arthritic joint. Also, earlier studies have shown that EGCG reduces joint swelling and pain. The new discovery needs further testing on human volunteers. However, Sheffield University has already taken out a patent for the use of EGCG in treating osteoarthrit...

Human Growth Hormone Found To be Dangerous For Human Use

...med it has improved their skin, vision, memory and arthritic pain. But specialists say the links to cancer are much too strong to be recommending that people use human growth hormone and researchers feel it’s being prescribed to too many people who don’t really nee it....

Joint replacement surgery outcomes may be affected by obesity and diabetes

... Joint replacement surgery is done to replace the arthritic or damaged joint with an artificial joint called prosthesis. A joint replacement surgery may be required when moving the muscles of the joint becomes too painful due to injury or arthritis. Researchers from Duke University Medical Center had said in...

Arthritis and the Wnt Factor

...nt evidence might show that it is also involved in arthritic joint disease. At present a through analysis of t...ere study is to find out which gene is involved in arthritic joint disease. The study is being performed under the supervision of the assistant professor at the ...

MSM: A ray of hope for arthritis patients

...s randomised and a double blind study. Twenty-five arthritic patients were assigned three grams of MSM twice a day for twelve weeks. The patients receiving MSM experienced significant relief in pain and improvements in their physical function compared to the patients receiving a placebo. However, MSM did not i...

Fruits And Vegetables Have Arthritis Risk Reducing Property

...articipants developed arthritis. On average, the arthritic patients had a forty percent lower daily intake of beta-cryptoxanthin and a twenty percent lower intake of zeaxanthin compared to the participants without arthritis. In addition, participants who had the highest intake of beta-crytoxanthin and zeax...

Ambiguous Efficacy Of Opioid Drugs In Chronic Inflammatory Joint Pain Relief

...dings were also taken among rats that did not have arthritic knees but were nonetheless also treated with endom...y observable effect on reducing the sensitivity of arthritic joint nerves in the long run. The analgesic effect of endomorphin 1 is lost during chronic inflammat...

Sound Technology Aids in the Monitoring Of Osteoarthritis

...ating the difference in the sound generated by the arthritic knee and that of the healthy knee using acoustic emission then it will be easy to give any treatment for the patient. Lead researcher Professor John Goodacre said that clinicians should have access to safe, convenient and reliable tools for measurin...

Madhya Pradesh Affected by Chikungunya Fever

...a stooped posture to the victim as a result of the arthritic symptoms of the disease, is transmitted through the bites of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. The fever is caused by an alphavirus. A medical team from Hamidia Hospital, the state's biggest, that visited villages in Betul last week has confirmed the pre...

Aspirin May Reduce Risk Of Enlarged Prostate

...// Aspirin is known to help in the prevention of arthritic inflammations, heart attacks, strokes and several types of cancer along with headaches. The researchers say that now it may help solve some of the urinary problem thought to have been connected with enlarged prostates. It may help reduce the urinar...

Drugs Delivered Into CNS More Effective In Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis

...the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, at least in arthritic rats.// In the research carried out on arthritic rats, the researchers delivered the drug directly into the spinal cord to block the p38 protein, a p...

Different Techniques Can Help Ease Chronic Pain, Return Patients’ Smile

...an deal with chronic issues of head, back, cancer, arthritic and other types of pain, which can persist and cause physical debilitation and emotional stress. Some techniques to manage chronic pain include: ? Medications – Over-the-counter aspirin and ibuprofen can help relieve pain, while steroids and inje...

Dengue and Chikungunya: The Dirge of a Nation

... meaning 'that which bends' refers to the stooped, arthritic posture acquired by the affected individual. The Chikungunya virus, also known as the 'buggy creek virus' is transmitted again by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Symptoms develop within a day or two of biting. Symptoms of dengue, which appear 8-10 da...

Dengue and Chikungunya: The Dirge of a Nation

... meaning 'that which bends' refers to the stooped, arthritic posture acquired by the affected individual. The Chikungunya virus, also known as the 'buggy creek virus' is transmitted again by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Symptoms develop within a day or two of biting. Symptoms of dengue, which appear 8-10 da...

Botox Shots May Even Help In Reducing Knee Osteoarthritis Pain

...tors say, 'because it's injected directly into the arthritic joint, it doesn't cause the stomach bleeding, high blood pressure and other side effects triggered by my arthritis pain medication,' reported CTV's Avis Favaro.Robert L. Wortmann, M.D., professor and chairman of the department of rheumatology at the ...

Millions with Arthritis May Benefit from Bone Loss Drug

... international team of investigators studied 2,483 arthritic men and women, from both the United States and Europe. All of those enrolled in the study had a loss in the cartilage that cushions the knee joint, a hallmark symptom of osteoarthritis. Reporting in the most recent issue of the medical journal Arth...

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