RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Arthritis

A collection of news and information related to Arthritis published by this site and its partners.

Top Arthritis Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • 'Any time you get your hands on a dog is good'

    'Any time you get your hands on a dog is good'
    When two of Jackie Limosani's dogs were ill, she did some homework and became familiar with alternative pet therapies. She is now a certified canine massage therapist, combining her love of dogs with her desire to help shelters and rescues. "Any time...
  • Environmental Nutrition: Turn up the heat with chili peppers

    Environmental Nutrition: Turn up the heat with chili peppers
    Environmental Nutrition The chili pepper was named a "pepper" by Christopher Columbus during a Caribbean exploration when he noted its spicy hot taste was similar to that of black pepper, and assumed the two were related. They are not, but the name...
  • New products good weapons against skunk smell

    Q: We can hardly go outdoors without smelling a skunk. Moreover, our dog has now had two close encounters, which created such a terrible a stink in our home that we needed professionals to de-skunk the place. Any advice? Q: Last month, Windsor, our...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MidState Medical Center And Arthritis Foundation Host Free Program On Arthritis

    MidState Medical Center and the Arthritis Foundation are teaming up to host an informative educational program on arthritis titled, "Keep Moving: Finding Relief from Arthritis and Joint Pain," Thursday, Oct. 23, 1-3 p.m., at the MidState Family Health...
  • Award-winning 15-year-old horse jumper in York sets sights on Olympics

    Award-winning 15-year-old horse jumper in York sets sights on Olympics
    Caroline Evans is aiming for the Olympics and her trainer says it's a possibility because she has half of what it takes. Evans "is definitely putting in the time," said Pauline Creeden, an owner and trainer at Topline Horse Center at 201 George...
  • Should You Make the Switch to Organic Milk?

    Should You Make the Switch to Organic Milk?
    Recent news is toting the benefits of organic milk versus conventional milk. However, the proposed benefits provided by organic milk are found mainly in whole milk.  So for those of us not consuming whole milk, does it really matter if you are...
  • The health benefits of knitting

    The health benefits of knitting
    As autumnal breezes rustle browning trees, a comfy couch by the hearth soon could become your regular after-work destination. But before you plop down, experts recommend you find a hand-based craft such as knitting or crocheting to keep spirits high...
  • On spoofing, smurfing, Ebola and branding outrage

     On spoofing, smurfing, Ebola and branding outrage
    Outrage and concern — legitimate, justified or just ginned up — are best sustained if they can be hashtagged. #Ebola #Ferguson #Benghazi #ISIS #TrumpSign You know how we've always been told crime doesn't pay. Well, it also doesn'...
  • Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott, volunteer, dies

     Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott, volunteer, dies
    To call Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott a "longtime volunteer" would be an understatement. Six decades ago, the longtime River Forest resident began volunteering at Misericordia, a nonprofit Chicago agency that provides housing and support services to people...
  • Intersections: Armenian wool's international tale weaves itself

    Intersections: Armenian wool's international tale weaves itself
    When you tell people that you've got a bag of sheep's wool in your possession, the first thing you get asked is, "Can I touch it?" When you dip your hands into the fiber, it's a new, exciting feeling, one of being familiar with something, yet being...
  • For most chronic pain, neurologists declare opioids a bad choice

    Patients taking opioid painkillers for chronic pain not associated with cancer -- conditions such as headaches, fibromyalgia and low-back pain -- are more likely to risk overdose, addiction and a range of debilitating side effects than they are to improve...