If you have shoulder impingement, stretching exercises can provide relief. Our expert explains.
When surgery is needed for hammertoes, new approaches make it even more successful. Our podiatrist explains.
Bunions are permanent unless they’re surgically corrected, but there are some easy things you can do to at home to relieve some of the pain and pressure on the toe joint.
A rheumatologist explains why it takes so long to diagnose an autoimmune disease like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, how doctors can treat your symptoms and why you need ongoing monitoring.
If you’re a young, athletic person with pain deep in the hip joint, you may have a cartilage tear. Find out what treatments may reduce the pain and increase your mobility.
Not sure what type of diet will help you lose weight? Our expert explains why you might want to try a real-food diet.
If you have osteoarthritis that’s not well-controlled by nonsurgical treatments, shoulder replacement may be an option. Our orthopaedic surgeon explains.
Some diets shun nightshade vegetables (like tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and bell peppers), but research hasn’t concluded that they’re harmful. Here’s what a dietitian thinks.
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