arthritis Articles
Is Your Electric Toothbrush Safe?
Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by eHealthGuide
Electric toothbrushes have been on the market since the mid-1950s. The first commercially available brush was the Squibb Broxodent, which plugged into the wall. General Electric then introduced a cordless, rechargeable toothbrush in 1960. Over the years, electric toothbrushes ... Read more
Do You Have "Text Neck" or "Computer Vision Syndrome?"
Monday, November 25th, 2013 by eHealthGuide
Americans send 2.19 trillion texts per year. This does not include playing video games or reading ebooks and emails on a handheld device. If you've looked around, you may have noticed that many of the people you see in any given environment are hunched over, looking down at t... Read more
Lupus joint pain - my breaking point
Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 by despitelupus
I've alluded to the joint pain that's been hanging around for several weeks now...and I can finally say I think it's on its way out. Thank goodness It was a little touch and go there for awhile. Even upping my prednisone per my doctor's instructions wasn't working. But it wasn't ... Read more
Physical Therapy is as Good as Surgery for Common Knee Problems
Monday, May 6th, 2013 by Dr. Robert Wascher
A new study finds that physical therapy may be just as effective as surgery for common knee ailments. PHYSICAL THERAPY IS AS GOOD AS SURGERY FOR COMMON KNEE PROBLEMS The knee joint is, perhaps, the most susceptible joint to injury in the human body. This joint is composed of an i... Read more
Reluctantly unplugged: Working not-so-furiously to stay afloat
Friday, March 8th, 2013 by despitelupus
Last weekend was a tough one my computer and my mobile phone conked out on the same day, with no replacements in sight for nearly a week. Is that even legal I struggled to make it through theweek while I wastechnologically deprived, snagging a moment hereandthere when I could hop... Read more
En vogue medical supply bags of the world...UNITE!
Friday, March 1st, 2013 by despitelupus
So much excitement this week at Pillbag headquarters. We filed our final response to the Patent and Trademark Office earlier this week, so the fate of my utility patent is now in the hands of the examiner. I feel pretty good about the filing after the interview I had at the PTO, ... Read more
Exercise and Arthritis
Thursday, December 20th, 2012 by mike
ArthritisandExercise Your bones have a close relationship with the joints of the body. Hip joints. Knee joints. The joints found in your fingers and in your toes. When an arthritic condition occurs, it effects the function of the joints.Exercise and arthritis is a combination tha... Read more
Is It A Herniated Disc Or A Subluxation?
Saturday, September 8th, 2012 by Nav Gill
Lets quickly cover what both of these are. First, a herniated disc or a disc protrusion is when that cushion between your spinal bones gets damaged. Read more
What You Need to Know About Inflammation
Monday, December 27th, 2010 by Lynn Jaffee
What do heart disease, stroke, arthritis, colitis, fibromyalgia, lupus, MS, diabetes, chronic fatigue, and Alzheimers have in common Well, yes, theyre all diseases, but the A answer is that they are all caused by or associated with inflammation. Scientists are finding that the co... Read more
Cold Pain Relief
Monday, December 20th, 2010 by Lynn Jaffee
Over this past weekend, I battled a nagging headache that seemed to start in my upper back. The pain traveled up the left side of my neck and into my ear and jaw. With every twinge, I kept thinking, What new kind of hell is this I generally dont get headaches, and this one was ..... Read more
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