Osteoarthritis of The Knee – A Help Guide To Keeping Moving

Knee pain affects nearly 50% of people over the age of 50, and in 25% of those people it becomes a long-term problem although it can occur at any time of life. The pain caused by osteoarthritis of the knee can significantly reduce your quality of life, your experiences with your family and impact on […]

A glass of milk a day may delay knee osteoarthritis in women

Osteoarthritis (OA, wear and tear) of the knee currently has no cure but new research shows that drinking milk every day has been linked to reduced progression of the disease in women. Research published in the American College of Rheumatology journal Arthritis Care and Research showed that women who regularly drank low-fat or fat free […]

Running or Jogging – is it bad for your joints?

More of us are taking up running than ever before in the UK. But is it bad for your joints – especially knees & hips? Scientists have struggled to find a conclusive link between activity and osteoarthritis, in fact some believe that running offers some protection for joints. Runners hit the ground with about 8 […]