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Popular even in Cleopatra’s time, the belief in magnetic bracelets as a cure-all continues to be a hotly debated topic. Scientists, businesspeople, and people seeking relief from pain and disease all have their own opinions.🤔

Popular even in Cleopatra's time, but still a hotly debated topic today, magnetic bracelets are used by many to treat arthritis pain. Do they really work?
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Some types of headaches can be caused by OA. Here is what you should know:

Causes of pain in the back of the head can be identified by additional symptoms such as the type of pain you’re experiencing and other locations of pain.

Scientists find that OA could be genetic! 😯

In the largest study of its kind, nine novel genes for osteoarthritis have been discovered. Results could open the door to new targeted therapies for this debilitating disease in the future.

Great ways to alleviate back pain!

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Could this be a way to slow down OA? 😯🤔

Cutting carbs, reducing calories, and using key supplements may help your cells produce more energy and protect you against many diseases of aging.

If you’re living with osteoarthritis (OA), even the thought of physical activity might cause pain and stiffness in your joints. But research suggests that those with OA-related knee pain can benefit from regular walks combined with stretching!💪

Having OA of the knee may make you feel like putting up your feet, but regular walking and stretching can actually improve your symptoms.

What treatments did you try before you chose surgery for your OA?

Could risk of arthritis be passed down from parents to offspring? 😯

Arthritis was once thought to be a disease caused by age or injury, with the muscles weakening and the joints slowly wearing out over time.

So glad that's not us!😯😅

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The following yoga routine is very gentle and may help ease OA pain, but always get your doctor’s approval before starting any new exercise regimen!☺️

Osteoarthritis (OA) causes stiffness, pain, and swelling in the joints. Practicing yoga can help ease these symptoms.

Medial compartmental OA affects only the medial portion of the knee. OA of the knee that affects only the medial compartment or only the lateral compartment is also called unicompartmental arthritis.😯🤔

Medial compartmental osteoarthritis (OA) is a type of OA that affects part of the knee. Learn more about symptoms and ways to manage this condition.

Stopping opioid prescriptions is okay, but there needs to be an equal alternative that can help those who relied on opioids for pain relief. 😥

We’re often given prescription painkillers because other treatments grant us no relief.

People with advanced OA have pain and discomfort moving the joint. The pain is often severe. It can be debilitating and prevent you from carrying out your daily activities.😥

Advanced osteoarthritis, or stage 4 osteoarthritis, may impact your quality of life. Find out more about this progressive disease.

An OA flare-up, or “flare,” refers to a sudden influx of symptoms. Flares can be brought on by many factors.😯

Osteoarthritis flare-ups can happen at any time. You may be able to reduce your risk for flare-ups with lifestyle changes.