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Joint Health

Joint Health
If you're like most active people, you take about 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day. Without healthy joints, activities such as walking would be much more challenging. That's because joints serve as links between our bones, providing stability and helping to control body movements. The problem is that, as we age, the cushioning between joints begins to break down. Add excess body weight, injury, and overexertion, and our joints really do take a beating. The good news is there's plenty you can do now to keep your joints healthy so you can go as far as you want in your lifetime!

arthritis can affect knee joints

Arthritis: The #1 Cause of Disability

Your knees are a little achy and swollen, your fingers a little stiff. You're just not as flexible as you used to be. Well, according to the Arthritis Foundation, these could all be signs and symptoms of arthritis. In fact, arthritis affects 50 million Americans—or one out of every five adults living in the U.S. It's the leading cause of disability in this country, with one in three adults reporting that arthritis limits their ability to work. If current trends continue, an estimated 67 million people will have arthritis within the next 20 years.

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blueberries can help fight inflammation

Eat Right to Fight Inflammation

You've just devoured your favorite fast food meal—a hamburger, French fries, and a 20-ounce soda. It tasted great, of course, but did you know that consuming a fast food meal can send your body into a state of inflammation that lasts several hours? And that inflammation has been linked to a whole host of health issues, including heart disease and Alzheimer's, but is particularly bad for the health of your joints? 

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Natural Alternatives for Joint Health

Natural Alternatives for Joint Health

Joint pain and limited mobility don't have to be a fact of life. Dr. Jamie McManus, Chair of Medical Affairs, Health Sciences, & Education, explains how a healthy lifestyle can make a difference, and recommends natural alternatives to help relieve joint pain, enhance flexibility, and promote long-term joint health.

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