One of the most common myths about arthritis is that only elderly adults develop arthritis. That is so not true. All ages of people get arthritis, including children.
Many people think that if you move to a warmer, drier climate it can cure your arthritis, but this is just another myth. Arthritis occurs in all parts of the world. Many people do notice that a difference in the weather can cause their arthritis to flare, but for most people, moving to a different climate does not make a big enough difference to move.
Common arthritis medications can cure arthritis. This is another myth. Although many common arthritis medications can improve your health and help keep your arthritis under control, there is still no arthritis medication that can completely cure your arthritis.
A common myth about arthritis is that people with arthritis should not exercise. This is not true. Everybody needs exercise, even people with arthritis. Exercise is very important to people with arthritis. Exercise helps keep your joints moving, keep the muscles around your joints strong, and improves your overall health.
I take a medication that needs to be refrigerated daily. I am planning a trip to Europe and need to know what I can buy for keeping my medication cool throughout my stay. There will be no refrigerator in the room.
Can you give me 4 of the best kitchen aids for arthritis sufferers. I am giving a food demo on Dec 1st in NZ and would like to hear of some devices to make chopping vegs and opening cans etc.
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