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5 Useful Items for Post-Surgery Patients

5 Useful Items for Post-Surgery Patients

The recovery time for most surgeries lasts anywhere from two to four months before things start working like usual again, and those months can be the longest months of your life if adapting just isn’t your thing. Adapting to a new life style whether it’s for a short period of time or a longer period can be difficult, but it’s done mostly through little tricks and items that can make a big difference.
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Paraffin Wax Therapy: A Treatment For Arthritis

Paraffin Wax Therapy: A Treatment For Arthritis

As it stands, there is no immediate “cure” for Arthritis. This could be partially due to the fact that Arthritis is simply a relative term to identify a multitude of diseases that cause joint pain, stiffness, aches, and strain.
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How to Diagnose Juvenile Arthritis

How to Diagnose Juvenile Arthritis

Juvenile Arthritis is not a disease in itself, but a category with a list of subcategories of other autoimmune diseases found in children under the age of 16. It is known as a rheumatic disease that can make up of many different types of conditions.
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Gardening Tools for Arthritis

Gardening Tools for Arthritis

With Summer being right around the corner, it's our mission to bring awareness to those struggling with Arthritis and wanting to keep up with their gardening this year. Luckily, we have plenty of tips and tools to help your garden thrive during this Summer.
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Easy Gardening with Arthritis

Easy Gardening with Arthritis

Spring is in the air! A period of time when being outdoors rejuvenates the soul after a long, cold and snowy winter! And of course it is the perfect time to commence your gardening activities—planting, pruning, weeding, watering and lawn care.
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Bathroom Safety with Arthritis

Bathroom Safety with Arthritis

Bathroom Safety with Arthritis: Serious accidents and falls can occur in the bathroom when showering, bathing, or toileting. Your bathroom can easily be converted to suit your needs if you have arthritis. The aim is to make it as safe as possible and to minimize the stress on your joints.
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