May 2013

Moderate Intensity Exercise Can Help People with Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome characterised by chronic musculoskeletal pain all over the body. It has been linked to sleep disorders, fatigue and memory problems. Many people afflicted with fibromyalgia give up on exercise very quickly because they believe it aggravates the pain. However, researchers from North Carolina´s Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have found that,

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CANADIAN RESEARCHERS DETERMINE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO BEST TJA OUTCOMES

While total joint arthroplasty (TJA) undoubtedly improves the lives of arthritis sufferers, the proportion of patients reporting good outcomes is significantly lower than the figures typically cited. This is according to researchers from Women´s College Hospital in Toronto, Canada, whose study aimed to determine which patients would experience the greatest benefits after TJA. The team

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