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A bang on a cooking pan revealed I had arthritis!

Maureen Rae, 58, is a retired school secretary from Oxon in Oxfordshire who suffers from arthritis in her hands. Maureen says; “I first started getting arthritis about eight years ago. I had been out gardening and I came in and my knuckle was swollen. I thought I had been bitten by an insect. I was […]

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Prolonged steroid use for arthritis pain increases fracture risk

The use of steroids for reducing pain and inflammation of arthritis could significantly increase the risk of bone fractures, according to new research. The research, published in the July edition of the journal Arthritis Care & Research, found that the longer steroids use the greater the risk of fractures. The study was carried out on […]

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Menopause identified as trigger for new type of arthritis

A recent study has shed new light on a little-known type of arthritis known as ‘menopausal arthritis’, which effects women at the onset of the menopause and causes moderate to severe pain and swelling mainly in the fingers and wrists. The study (1), carried out in September 2005, was on women who were taking oestrogen inhibiting […]

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Painkillers pose risk to weak hearts

New studies show that the UK’s 8 million arthritis sufferers could be increasing their risk of heart attack through their use of NSAID’s. BY Amy Anderson 15 June, 2007 Several studies carried out in the last year have highlighted possible dangers of taking high doses of painkillers, namely taken by the UK’s 8 million arthritis sufferers. The […]

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Boswellia and Commiphora Cream – a natural anti-inflammatory formulation

A joint rub containing two ancient spices, Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense) and Commiphora Molmol (Myrrh), has been found to be successful at reducing joint pain and inflammation  What is our Boswellia and Commiphora Joint Rub? Boswellia and Commiphora Joint Rub contains two spices, Boswellia (Frankincense) and Commiphota (Myrrh) which have been formulated into a unique cream, have […]

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