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Everything You Need To Know About DOT Physicals

Every commercial driver operating in the United States today, no matter what distances they drive, need to carry with them, at all times, a valid medical certificate that indicates that they have passed the standard battery of DOT physicals. If you are going to drive commercial, you need to carry this important document, [...]

By | November 17th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Sciatic Nerve Pain Cures – 10 Tips For Sciatica Treatment

Sciatic nerve pain can be caused by many things including a slipped disc, narrowing of the spinal cord from age, degenerative disc disease, pinched nerves, or even improper posture. The sciatic nerve runs from your back down behind your thighs, to the lower leg and foot area. When compressed, the pain can be [...]

By | November 16th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Protein Poisoning Symptoms

There are too many protein poisoning symptoms to list in this short article. Degenerative diseases of all kinds are either directly or indirectly caused by protein poisoning. Let us start with cancer.Cancer is caused, when excess protein in the body, causes an adverse reaction to a toxic substance, resulting in the body losing [...]

By | November 15th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Is Dehydration the Reason for Your Back Pain?

These days, you can't turn your head without being reminded of the importance of drinking enough water. But does an adequate supply of H20 really make a difference to how you feel on a daily basis? Could dehydration be contributing to or even to blame for your aches and pains?Absolutely, yes!Most people don't [...]

By | November 14th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Easily Improve Your Health With An Alkaline Diet

Because of factors like diet and stress, many people in the industrialized world have bodies that are too acidic and over-burdened with toxins, and so are afflicted with health problems that run the gamut from minor and major skin irritations to depression, chronic fatigue and back pain to arthritis, ulcers, osteoporosis and cancer.Just [...]

By | November 13th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Choosing the Right Joint Supplement – Know Your Options

As a consumer, it can be hard to choose which medicinal and nutritional supplements are best for you.  Many, if not most, supplements do deliver on their promises; however, some are certainly better than others and knowing what to look for when choosing a supplement is extremely important.   For the purposes of [...]

By | November 12th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

What Types of Fresh Fruit For Gout Relief?

Everyone who has suffered from gout symptoms wants to find the cure-but what is it? Believe it or not the secret to easing gout and inflammation is often as simple as changing lifestyle habits like diet and exercise. Most people who suffer from this type of arthritis realize that fresh fruit can help [...]

By | November 11th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

TMJ Symptoms And What You Can Do About It

TMJ symptoms are quite pronounced and noticeable to the sufferer. There is hope, though. Before we talk about the cure for TMJ or some simple and inexpensive strategies to solve your TMJ problems, let's talk about some of the specific symptoms you need to be aware of.TMJ symptoms affect are focused everywhere the [...]

By | November 10th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Psychogenic Sciatica

Psychogenic sciatica is one of the most common lower back and leg pain symptomatic expressions and is almost always misdiagnosed as stemming from a structural spinal source. Psychogenic pain is an epidemic in today's healthcare system, but is rarely recognized for what it truly is. This is one of the many reasons why [...]

By | November 9th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments

Rheumatoid Arthritis – The Healing Crisis Your Doctor Never Mentioned

Rheumatoid arthritis is a life-altering disorder that remains a mystery to our most brilliant medical minds. So much so that most traditionally trained rheumatologists delivering care to patients afflicted with the dreaded disorder tend to limit their scope of care to mitigation of pain and discomfort. This has been the status quo of [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|Arthritis|0 Comments