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Living with arthritis

Fight arthritis pain with your diet

If you have rheumatoid arthritis (RA) you need to pay more attention to your diet as some RA medications block nutrients your body needs, writes DietDoc.

The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

If you suffer from the pain and disability of osteoarthritis, consider losing weight if necessary and applying the principles of the Anti-inflammatory Diet, writes DietDoc.

Dietary care in rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition where the defence systems of the human body start breaking down structures in the body they are supposed to protect, writes DietDoc.

14 foods that cause gout

Suffering from gout? There's a lot you can do to prevent this horribly painful condition. Start by cutting out these 14 foods.

Arthritis and travelling

Whether you are travelling to work in a car pool or setting off on a long trip, planning ahead seems to be the key to travelling successfully if you are an arthritis sufferer.

Hip and happening

The words of the doctor were not encouraging, "No, my dear, this time it is not your back. You need a total hip replacement."

Arthritis and pregnancy

Arthritis can present or develop in people of any age, and many women who have arthritis may be able to have a baby without any real problems.

Gout: What not to eat

Gout is a type of arthritis which usually affects only one or two joints in the body. Do you suffer from it? Find out how the foods you eat can make gout better - or worse.

Sport and osteoarthritis

According to the Arthritis Foundation certain sports, such as football, rugby, hockey, tennis, martial arts, athletics and long distance running can actually make things worse.

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