Saturday, February 24, 2007

Arthritis patients benefit from regular exercise

Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in people over the age of 65 and all most all arthritis patients suffer from excessive pain in joints and muscles. Regular exercise and activity is important for arthritis patients to reduce the severity of their disease and this video explains why arthritis patients should exercise regularly and how it helps them to cope with their disease.

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Blogger leandro said...

Arthritis is a major contributor to morbidity, disability, and poor quality of life in New Jersey and throughout the United States. The Arthritis Quality of Life Initiative Act signed by Governor Whitman in 1999 allowed funding to make arthritis a public health priority in the state
http://dogarthritisonline.blogspot.com/

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Blogger leandro said...

Reaching the year 2008 new opcions for arthritis appears. Nowhere in the practice of rheumatology is this change more obvious than in the use of the new cytokine blockers or the so-called “biological” medications. One month's supply of one of the new biological medications can average approximately $1000. Other systems, such as Medicare, limit use based on legislatively-mandated delivery restrictions.
http://newarthritismedication.blogspot.com/

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