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Men who work in bricklaying, concrete, material handling, and electronics, and women who are nursing assistants and attendants may be at higher risk for rheumatoid arthritis, per a recent study in Arthritis Care & Research.
T’ai chi practice may reduce the rate of falls and injury-related falls over the short term (less than 12 months).
Do you fit the description? Katie Golden from Goldengraine.com shares with us the many roles disabled chronic disease patients need to fill.
Can smart home technology help chronic disease patients lead more comfortable lives?
“Being in intense pain is such an isolating experience, especially when the cause is invisible to most people”
Over 100 members of the CreakyJoints community came together and shared valuable advice, practices, and encouragement throughout the day on twitter.
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What has living with a chronic disease taught us? Here are some of the lessons shared by the CreakyJoints community.
I didn’t set out to be an advocate of anything. All I wanted was to live life on my own terms.
Imagine your body and brain fizzing and swirling and being sucked up into space through a really loud vacuum cleaner that has no off switch.
Instead of checking Facebook each morning, Cathy started a daily habit of waking up, doing a short meditation, and sitting in her favorite reading chair.