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Conventional medicine often addresses joint and bone health by leaning heavily on problematic drugs, including steroids and bisphosphonates. Find healthier solutions here.



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Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is rarer than osteoarthritis, occurring in only one percent of the population. Here are lifestyle changes that may help.
 
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Bone & Joint Health Tip: The Benefits of Walking Sticks
Walking sticks (also called hiking poles) are common in Europe, especially in Switzerland and Austria, where you'll often see older adults moving briskly over alpine hillsides, walking sticks firmly in hand.
Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis refers to inflammation of a joint or joints in the body. Learn about natural measures that may help prevent or alleviate the condition.
Osteoporosis Treatment
Lifestyle changes such as optimized diet, exercise and supplements can help to both prevent and treat the bone loss that characterizes osteoporosis.
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is rarer than osteoarthritis, occurring in only one percent of the population. Here are lifestyle changes that may help.
Supplements for Bones and Joints
Whether you're trying to bone up on nutrients to help prevent osteoporosis, maintain healthy cartilage, or ease the discomfort of osteoarthritis, supplements may help.
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Bone & Joint


Conventional medicine often addresses joint and bone health by leaning heavily on problematic drugs, including steroids and bisphosphonates. Find healthier solutions here.



Featured Article For: Bone & Joint Health
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is rarer than osteoarthritis, occurring in only one percent of the population. Here are lifestyle changes that may help.
 
RELATED ARTICLES
Bone & Joint Health Tip: The Benefits of Walking Sticks
Walking sticks (also called hiking poles) are common in Europe, especially in Switzerland and Austria, where you'll often see older adults moving briskly over alpine hillsides, walking sticks firmly in hand.
Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis refers to inflammation of a joint or joints in the body. Learn about natural measures that may help prevent or alleviate the condition.
Osteoporosis Treatment
Lifestyle changes such as optimized diet, exercise and supplements can help to both prevent and treat the bone loss that characterizes osteoporosis.
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is rarer than osteoarthritis, occurring in only one percent of the population. Here are lifestyle changes that may help.
Supplements for Bones and Joints
Whether you're trying to bone up on nutrients to help prevent osteoporosis, maintain healthy cartilage, or ease the discomfort of osteoarthritis, supplements may help.
RELATED Q&A'S
A Better Drug for Bones?

What is your opinion of the new drug Boniva?  I have osteoporosis, and my doctor has suggested this new drug as an option.   

Aching with Arthritis?

What is polyarthritis, and what tests are needed to diagnose it?

A Pain in the Neck?

Are there any herb supplements or ointments that will relieve the pain of torticollis? Do you know of any remedies? A friend of mine is suffering from this and is getting Botox injections.