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An Overlooked Cause of Knee Pain (And How to Treat It)

More than one third of Americans report being affected by knee pain, according to the American Osteopathic Association. If you have been suffering from creaky, achy knees, try to enumerate the reas…

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7 Natural Remedies for Knee Pain

Do you suffer from knee pain? Here are some natural remedies for those creaky knees. Back when I first started running - maybe 20 years ago - I did some damage to my knees. It was a combination…

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7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Knees

Your knees are a precious pair indeed; the joints on which hinges your ability to walk and bend comfortably late into life. Do knees have to creak, ache and stiffen as you age? Not a given! With re…

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Why More People Are Having Knee Replacement Surgery

Over the past two decades, the number of seniors getting total knee replacements has risen by more than 161 percent, according to a nationwide analysis of Medicare beneficiaries. Researchers from t…

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Understanding Knee Pain

For many athletes, knee pain is all too common, even from minor sports injuries. There are many types of knee injuries - like a dislocated kneecap, a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), or tendoni…

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