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Difference Between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Arthritis is a broad term encompassing the inflammation of one or multiple joints in the body. According to the NHIS, from 2016 to 2018, about 1 in 4 US adults (23.7%), approximately 58.5 million people, had doctor-diagnosed arthritis. It also demonstrated that arthritis was more common in women (24.7%) than men (20.0%). There can be…

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Healthy Food Choices for an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

The anti-inflammatory diet is one of the dietary patterns that is known to aid in the reduction of the risk of disease that has an association with chronic inflammation. The typical anti-inflammatory diet emphasizes seeds, nuts, lean protein, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats. This blog will explore chronic inflammation and how diet may help you…

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Comprehensive Guide for Type 2 Diabetes

If the current trends continue, there will soon come when 1 out of every 3 Americans will have Type 2 Diabetes. It is not a problem just for the US; it also affects people across the globe. About 537 million adults aged 20-79 years are living with diabetes. Reports predict that the number will rise…

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6 Reasons to See Your Rheumatologist

If you have rheumatoid arthritis (RA), you will likely see your rheumatologist regularly. Scheduled appointments allow you to give the opportunity. It monitors the disease progress, tracks flares, identifies triggers, and adjusts medications. You should also take the time to report any lifestyle modifications like an increase in dietary or exercise changes. However, between your…