Wednesday, November 23, 2011

About Arthritis & Joint Conditions: Responding to "How Are You?"

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Where there is no struggle, there is no strength. ~Oprah Winfrey

How Are You?
Perhaps this is a timely topic since many of us will be part of a gathering of family and friends in a couple of days. It is very likely that you will repeatedly be asked, "How are you?" But this isn't a question that's exclusive to the holidays -- it's a "day in, day out, more times than you can count" question. It's a greeting that has become robotic. Read more...
  • What Are Your Pet Peeves About Arthritis?
  • Are You Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired?
  • Did You Ever Try to Conceal That You Have Arthritis?
  • Have You Lost Friends Because of Arthritis?

  • Sleep Problems Linked to Increased Risk of Fibromyalgia
    Researchers from Norway investigated the link between sleep problems and the risk of developing fibromyalgia. They determined that an increased risk of fibromyalgia was associated with severity of sleep problems. Read more...
  • Fibromyalgia Screening Quiz
  • Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia
  • 10 Facts You Should Know About Fibromyalgia
  • Test Your Knowledge - Fibromyalgia

  • Actor Jim Belushi Spreads Word About Gout
    Actor Jim Belushi is a funny guy. But the funniest of people don't laugh all the time. As Belushi is telling the world now, gout is a condition that surely can turn your smiles into frowns, and your laughter into tears. He's spreading the word about gout, a condition he has had for years. Read more...
  • Gout Information
  • Gout Attack Explained
  • Gout - 10 Things You Should Know
  • Gout Screening Quiz

  • How to Deal With Arthritis After Overdoing Activities
    If you have arthritis, you've been taught to protect your joints and pace your activities so you don't have to face the consequences that come from overdoing activities, such as increased pain and fatigue. When it happens, what should you do? Read more...
  • Tips for Arthritis Relief
  • Pace Activities Is Sage Advice for Arthritis Patients
  • Living in a Normal World
  • Share Your Story - Can You Always Stop Before You Overdo Activities?


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