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How to Ease Hip Pain

Pain in the groin, stiffness at the hip and increased pain while walking are all signs...

In the News: Getting Enough Exercise; Knee Replacement Surgery; Diabetes Drugs & Gout; Distance...

Many Adults in U.S. Do Not Get Enough Exercise Engaging in regular physical activity is important for...

Anyone Can Get a Stress Fracture

Stress fractures occur most commonly in physically active younger people. But middle- and older-age adults get...

In the News: Exercise; Better Sleep; Vitamin D; Pseudogout

Exercise Reduces Risk for Falling Among Older Adults About one-third of adults ages 65 and older fall...

Healing Plantar Fasciitis

Stabbing pain in the heel when you first stand up in the morning is a sign...

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Your Heart

People who have rheumatoid arthritis (RA) may not be aware that they face a greater chance...

Choose the Right Shoes

Exercise is an important part of a comprehensive treatment approach for people with osteoarthritis. Walking is...

Ask the Doctors: Arthritis; Protein Requirements

Q: I broke my ankle about 15 years ago when I was 45. My doctor told...

Yoga Is for Everyone

If you have stiff, achy joints from arthritis, you may look at photographs of people doing...

Men Get Osteoporosis Too

When you think of a person with osteoporosis the image that most likely comes to mind...

Advances in Hip Implants

When pain from severe hip osteoarthritis can no longer be adequately controlled and you arent able to function normally, it may make sense to opt for hip replacement surgery. When this time comes, you will probably have many questions. For example, what exactly will the new hip be made of, and how long will it last?