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Don't Neglect Your Knees

A damaged knee joint can really cramp your lifestyle – particularly when it comes to physical activity. Knee joints are relatively delicate and can take a lot of punishment over a lifetime. Here are some ways to help keep your knees in good working ...

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Female Athletes Face Special Challenges

The health benefits of exercise for young women can be huge, but participation in sport has potential potholes for female athletes.

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Long Term (Knee) Survival

Osteoarthritis is not something young people think much about, but it pays to look after your knees if you want them to last a lifetime.

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Take A Load Off Sore Knees

Losing approximately half a kilo of weight delivers almost a two-kilo reduction in knee-joint load for each step. That's good news for sore knees.

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Creatine No Cure

The popular sports supplement ‘creatine' may boost strength but can it help a dicky knee recover from surgery? Apparently not.

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For Tight Knees, Try Tai Chi

Want to improve your stability and control over key joints such as your knees? Perhaps you should try Tai Chi.

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News To Please The Knees

Belgian researchers determined to establish whether two natural treatments for knee pain are effective have delivered good news for osteoarthritis sufferers.

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Do The Hippy Hippy Shake

An increase in exercise does not lead to a greater risk of hip or knee arthritis, a 12-year study revealed.

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Watch The Knees Please

Special exercise programs are required for people suffering knee osteoarthritis, especially those with malaligned or ‘lax' knees.

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Natural Solution For Knee Pain

Australian researchers have shown that a supplement called glucosamine can provide pain relief and improved function in people suffering regular knee pain.

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The Physio-View: Knee Osteoarthritis

Experiencing knee pain? You might have osteoarthritis...

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Natural Supplement Slows Osteoarthritis

A study has shown that long-term treatment with glucosamine sulfate slows the progression of knee osteoarthritis.

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Home Exercise Reduces Knee Pain

A study has shown home-based exercise program is effective in reducing knee pain.

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Food For Your Joints: Glucosamine

Glucosamine plays an important role in the health and strength of our cartilage and may be nature's anti-inflammatory.

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Suckers For A New Treatment?

They might be about as popular as politicians but leeches look like they could be coming back into vogue in medicine.

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