Reducing Your Acidity Is The Key to Fixing Gout

Reducing Your Acidity Is The Key to Fixing Gout

Gout is characterized by sudden, severe attacks of pain, redness and tenderness in joints, often the joint at the base of the big toe.  Gout — a complex form of arthritis — can affect anyone. Men are more likely to get gout, but women become increasingly susceptible...
What You Can Learn From A Nutrition Class

What You Can Learn From A Nutrition Class

Taken a nutrition class can give you an insightful experience to see what a traditional Nutritionist learns and eventually coaches or advocates to their clients.  It can be a unique “cultural exchange” to experience what traditional Nutritionists learn. Comparing a...
New Arthritis Research at Birmingham

New Arthritis Research at Birmingham

The new project has been funded by Arthritis Research UK and the University of Birmingham will play a major role in the study.  Researchers at the new three-site centre, led by Professor Chris Buckley, Arthritis Research UK professor of rheumatology, will investigate...
Common Causes of Wrist Pain

Common Causes of Wrist Pain

With eight bones and a network of ligaments and tendons, the wrist is a complex joint that presents plenty of opportunity for problems.  No wonder wrist pain is a fairly common complaint among athletes. If you’re experiencing wrist pain, find out if you have one...
Joints and Athletes

Joints and Athletes

Exercise does a body good. But exercisers need to do their bodies good, too. Humans owe their mobility to the skeletal system, which boasts more than 300 hinging, rotating, gliding and bending joints. Of these, synovial joints are the most common and offer the most...