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Amy Osmond Cook, Herald Extra

June 22, 2016

Our bodies can’t stay young forever.

We get older, we change, we start to wear down a little; it’s just the way of nature. And with that come chronic conditions, the most common of which is arthritis. The fact of the matter is, over 50 million people have doctor-diagnosed arthritis. Arthritis pain makes life difficult to manage; the pain and swelling reduce how active your lifestyle can be as they impair your everyday activities. Learning how to reduce those symptoms is an important step to living your life after being diagnosed with arthritis. Luckily for you, controlling arthritis is well within your grasp.

By changing your lifestyle to include the right kind of exercise, diet, pain management and avoiding injury, you will be able to live a full life that you can enjoy, despite getting older.

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