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With middle age often comes an all too familiar visitor. Marked by the gradual loss of cartilage, osteoarthritis can show up in many joints – from keyboard-typing fingers to tennis-twisting knees. Over time, it can cause swollen, aching, gnarled joints – and put a major crimp in your style!           For mild pain that comes …

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the person’s owns immune system target joints and surrounding tissue. This leads to tissue destruction and inflammation. In addition to joints RA can target other organs in the body. The commonly affected joints include wrists, fingers, knees, feet, and ankles. Most often joints are affected on both sides of the patient’s body. …

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