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Arthritis

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  • Hope and healing with horses at therapeutic riding centers

    On a sunny summer day, 14-year-old Julianna Lupacchino is riding a horse on a Fallston farm. At first glance, the scene seems like nothing special — Harford County is horse country, after all — but at Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding, the...
  • Pineapple may help treat plantar warts, arthritis

    Q: I have had success using fresh pineapple peel on a plantar wart. I applied the pineapple skin to the wart overnight, with the fleshy fruit side toward the foot. I saved the peel in a plastic bag in the fridge so I could reapply it several nights in a...
  • Tumamoc Hill, birthplace of restoration ecology

    Early in the morning, walkers huff up a steep road on Tumamoc Hill in Tucson, passing tall saguaro cacti. In season, beside white saguaro flowers, white-winged doves hoot like owls. Among rocks, javelinas root for food, bobcats hunt. Tumamoc has long been...
  • Venice Film Review: 'The Price of Fame'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Like the glorious, overripe Michel Legrand score lavished over an otherwise quiet affair, there's something knowingly, beguilingly out of time about "The Price of Fame," . Xavier Beauvois' first film since 2010's somber...
  • 'Trying' and succeeding: International City revival soars

    'Trying' and succeeding: International City revival soars
    In "Trying," now in a beautifully acted revival at Long Beach's International City Theatre, the playwright Joanna McClelland Glass dramatizes the year she spent as secretary to Judge Francis Biddle in 1967-68. When the two first meet, Glass, renamed...
  • Cats can be re-trained to stay off the counters

    These reader questions were answered by experts at the Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association, held July 25-29 in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. Q: My cats are lovely and perfect, except they've started jumping on the...
  • Do more tests to pinpoint cause of cat's ear infections

    These reader questions on dog behavior were answered by veterinary behaviorists at the Convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association, held July 25-29 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Q: I feed my cat about half a manufactured...
  • The 'heartbreak of psoriasis' may affect our joints, heart and mind

    Harvard Health Blog Raised, red patches covered with silvery scales on the elbows and knees are the classic sign of plaque psoriasis. This is the most common form of this skin disease, named after an ancient Greek word meaning an itchy or scaly...
  • Orthopaedic Guild to hold luncheon

    Orthopaedic Guild to hold luncheon
    Michael P. Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer for Orthopaedic Institute for Children, will be the keynote speaker when the La Caņada Flintridge Orthopaedic Guild holds its annual Book and Author Luncheon Oct. 28 at Angeles National...
  • Dog agility training offers a workout with man's best friend

    Anyone who has spent a few hours glued to the televised broadcast of the Westminster Dog Show, watching highly skilled dogs jump and hop their way to national recognition, can imagine just how much training and practice are required to get to the national...
  • At 77, doctor still helping little ones with broken hearts

    At 77, doctor still helping little ones with broken hearts
    When Dr. Carol Cottrill approaches, you hear her faint, joyful hum before you see her. She's singing, unwittingly, while she propels herself with her feet from exam room to exam room in the wheelchair she uses because of severe rheumatoid arthritis....