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    Medical Reference Related to Arthritis

    1. Assistive Devices for Easier Living With RA

      Can self-help devices make day-to-day living with your arthritis a little easier?

    2. Treating Gout Attacks at Home

      When gout flares, treatment for joint pain and other gout symptoms can't come fast enough. WebMD offers home treatment options for gouty arthritis.

    3. Understanding Gout -- Diagnosis & Treatment

      Learn about gout diagnosis and treatment options from the experts at WebMD.

    4. Signs Your Chronic Gout Is Getting Worse

      Is your chronic gout getting worse? WebMD tells you how to cope with gout flare-ups and learn about treatment options that can help you feel better.

    5. Arthritis Treatment Options

      WebMD provides an overview of arthritis treatment options, including medications, surgery, heat, exercise, rest, and alternative therapies.

    6. How to Prepare for Knee Replacement Surgery

      Find out what you need to do before you get an operation to replace your knee joint, including exercise and setting up your return from the hospital.

    7. Why Physical Rehab Is So Important

      Find out how physical therapy after knee or hip replacement surgery can help speed your recovery.

    8. 10 Quick Facts About Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis

      Learn key info about knee and hip osteoarthritis, such as symptoms, exercise that helps, joint replacement surgery, and more.

    9. Osteoarthritis and Exercise: How Do I Start?

      Exercise can be very beneficial for someone with osteoarthritis -- if it's done correctly. Find out how.

    10. Caring for Your Joints

      Tips to keep your joints strong and healthy.

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