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Cleveland Clinic: "Edema."
Mayo Clinic: "Edema: Causes," "Psoriatic Arthritis: Self-management," "Rheumatoid arthritis pain: Tips for protecting your joints," "Edema: Lifestyle and home remedies," "What causes hand swelling during exercise? I walk several times a week, and my fingers get puffy to the point that I can't get my rings off," "Water retention: Relieve this premenstrual symptom," "Rheumatoid arthritis: Symptoms and causes."
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons: "Arthritis of the Hand."
Harvard Health Publishing: "5 Exercises to Improve Hand Mobility."
The Dudley Group. Controlling Swelling in Your Hand: Occupational Therapy Patient Information Leaflet, NHS Foundation Trust, June 2010.
Arthritis Foundation: "10 Hand- and Foot-Care Tips for Psoriatic Arthritis," "Inflammation and Stiffness: The Hallmarks of Arthritis," "Ease of Use," "Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms."
Therapeutic Advances in Musculoskeletal Disease: "Therapy Gloves for Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Review."
American Heart Association: "Shaking the Salt Habit to Lower Blood Pressure," "The Salty Six Infographic."
"Get the Facts: Sodium and the Dietary Guidelines," CDC, April 2016.
The Perfect Setting: "Arthritic Fingers, Swollen Knuckles, and Fine Jewelry Rings? Enter the Adjustable Shank."
American Family Physician: "Premenstrual Syndrome: Getting Relief."
Journal of Women's Health: "Magnesium supplementation alleviates premenstrual symptoms of fluid retention."
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