One of the lesser-known symptoms of arthritis is that it can cause chronic headaches. These arthritis headaches have several causes, but are easily treated.
Research suggests that a compound found in broccoli could be a worthwhile osteoarthritis treatment.
There are many ways you can protect your joints and make living with osteoarthritis in hands and fingers more comfortable.
While red wine and spearmint tea can have a positive impact, beer is best avoided. Learn more about drinks for osteoarthritis patients here.
In recent years, the B vitamins have gained a lot of press, however there are still some questions and concerns surrounding vitamin B for osteoarthritis.
The emotional effects of continued pain, which can be as difficult to deal with as the physical effects, are often overlooked.
People with osteoarthritis (OA) are more prone to mental health issues than those without. Learn about why, and what you can do about it.
For people suffering with pain from osteoarthritis, fatigue is often a natural result of their condition.
Many people make unintentionally hurtful comments to those of us living with arthritis. Here’s what not to say to someone with arthritis.
Running errands when you have OA can be a struggle. Consider these tips for getting through your to do list with as little pain as possible.