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Rosehip powder supplement improves knee flexibility

Daily supplements of a rosehip powder formulation could help improve knee joint health and get you walking again, according to new study from Denmark.


17 August, 2015
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Acupuncture relieves pain, anxiety in the same way as drugs

New evidence suggests that acupuncture impacts the same biologic pathways as conventional drugs used to combat pain and stress.


30 July, 2015
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Yoga repairs chronic pain damage to the brain

Yoga and meditation can support and even repair areas of the brain that have been damaged by chronic pain, lessening pain and the risk of memory loss and depression


18 May, 2015
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Homoeopathic injections ease knee osteoarthritis

US research shows that a combination of injectable homoeopathic treatments can improve knee pain and stiffness in just 2 weeks


11 May, 2015
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Doctors warn of the risks of painkillers

The risks of opioid painkillers outweigh their benefits for headache, low back pain and other conditions, according to the American Academy of Neurology


1 October, 2014
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Swedish massage with ginger oil reduces low back pain

Potent anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger can help to make massage more effective at relieving pain


3 July, 2014
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Shiatsu massage aids sleep, reduces pain

Shiatsu massage may help those suffering from chronic pain to prepare for sleep and stay asleep for longer


30 June, 2014
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Probiotics reduce inflammation, pain in rheumatoid arthritis

Supplementing with Lactobacillus casei 01 has been shown to help improve tender and swollen joints in RA sufferers


15 April, 2014
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Guided visualisation reduces pain during heart surgery

Guided visualisation, that takes patients to a ‘safe place’, can help them feel safer and more able to cope with pain, even during surgery


7 April, 2014
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Migraine attacks can increase following stress “let-down”

New evidence shows that in the calm that follows a period of stress can leave us more vulnerable to migraine attacks and more


31 March, 2014
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