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    Medical Reference Related to Arthritis

    1. Inflammation and Arthritis

      WebMD looks at the relationship between arthritis and inflammation and how to treat it.

    2. Hip Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Arthritis of the Hip)

      WebMD explains osteoarthritis of the hip joint, from diagnosis to prevention and how to manage the pain.

    3. Knee Replacement Surgery for Arthritis

      Learn more from WebMD about knee replacement surgery - what it entails, how it's performed, and what to expect afterward.

    4. The Basics of Osteoarthritis

      Osteoarthritis is joint pain that comes with wear and tear. WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments for osteoarthritis.

    5. OA: Protect Your Joints at Work

      Many workers sit at computers all day - and that can be more challenging when you have osteoarthritis. Learn tips from WebMD on making your work space work easier on your joints.

    6. Understanding Osteoarthritis

      WebMD explains the basics of osteoarthritis, or degenerative joint disease.

    7. Coping With Arthritis

      Coping with arthritis may lead to anxiety, depression, and social isolation. WebMD offers suggestions for getting help for the emotional aspects of living with a chronic illness.

    8. Cervical Osteoarthritis (Cervical Spondylosis)

      WebMD provides information on cervical osteoarthritis, also known as cervical spondylosis, including causes, symptoms, and treatments.

    9. Best Stretches for Arthritis Morning Stiffness

      People with arthritis often wake up with stiff joints, but a few daily stretches can help a lot. WebMD offers tips.

    10. Arthritis Online Community

      WebMD’s online community offers support groups, message boards, and expert blogs. Talk with others living with RA and get the latest treatment information from WebMD experts.

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