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New Surgical Mask

New Surgical Mask The surgical masks people wear to stop the spread of diseases don’t work well — that isn’t what they’re designed for. Pathogens like influenza are transmitted in aerosol droplets when we cough or sneeze. Masks trap the droplets but the virus remains infectious. New Surgical Mask – Scientists took on the challenge […]

Physical Activity for Arthritis

Physical Activity for Arthritis Physical Activity. The Arthritis Pain Reliever. Physical Activity for Arthritis  Long gone are the days when health care providers told people with arthritis to “rest their joints.” In fact, physical activity can reduce pain and improve function, mobility, mood, and quality of life for most adults with many types of arthritis […]

Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics

Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics Study: Nearly one-third of adults with pre-diabetes also have arthritis Arthritis Prevalence Among Pre-Diabetics – Between 2009 and 2014, nearly one-third of adults in the United States with pre-diabetes also had arthritis, according to an analysis presented at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting. “This may impact physical activity recommended to prevent diabetes […]

Customizing Medical Treatments

  Customizing Medical Treatments Chances are your doctor has stopped taking notes with pen and paper and moved to computer records. That is supposed to help coordinate your care. Increasingly, researchers are also exploring these computerized records for medical studies and gleaning facts that help individual patients get better care. Computerized medical records are hardly […]

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