To discuss osteoarthritis vs rheumatoid arthritis we need to consider the major differences between the two diseases, the causes and risk factors, and the appropriate treatments. Osteoarthritis is the wear and tear of joints and therefore typically associated with ageing and is called a degenerative disease. Unlike RA, OA does not appear to be associated

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If you’ve been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis then you might be wondering ‘is rheumatoid arthritis hereditary?’ In this article, we answer this question for you, with a review of the medical literature. How Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Correlate With our Genetics? Researchers have found that there are more than 100 places in our DNA that affect

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What is the association between antibiotics and rheumatoid arthritis? Does the overuse of antibiotics lead to an onset of rheumatoid arthritis? In this article, we look at the connection between the two. The Study Connecting Antibiotics and Rheumatoid Arthritis A study[1] on antibiotics and Rheumatoid Arthritis onset in the BMC Medicine Journal has highlighted evidence

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How do you reduce inflammation when you have rheumatoid arthritis or another autoimmune condition? This is a crucial question that you must ask every day and you have to put a plan in place to improve. What is your Plan to Reduce Inflammation? The biggest question that you should be asking yourself is what is

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Systemic rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune and inflammatory disease, affects the whole body. This means that its reversal and recovery is also systemic, involving the whole body. You can learn more about it below. What is Systemic Rheumatoid Arthritis? You might have heard the term systemic rheumatoid arthritis [1] and that other autoimmune arthritic diseases are

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Fenne’s case study focuses on Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory medication (NSAIDs) and looks for ways to improve without the drugs. Fenne is 21 years old and has been on the Paddison Program for rheumatoid arthritis for 3 months now and is happy for her update to be shared. Her story is an example of non NSAID

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When we are investigating ways for reversing rheumatoid arthritis naturally we are presented with countless options and treatments to try. Fortunately, in the case of Vitamin C, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that increasing dietary Vitamin C levels is a wise thing to do. Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant, and can thus

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Clint gives a quick tip on why we should always set a target for our C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and how important it is. Good day, it’s Clint Paddison here with my little son Aiden, just chilling on the bed. We’re doing a little drawing and I wanted to share with you something a little bit

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Hi, it’s Clint Paddison here with another tip on reversing rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, and I just got an email from someone who’s doing the Paddison Program and her email went like this: “Hi, Clint. I for the first time have reduced my C reactive protein to the normal range. I’m so excited.” And so I

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In this podcast, Clint explains how generating good habits is the goal and the daily repetition automatically creates the outcome you are after. He used to go Bikram Yoga every day to maintain a high-quality, functional range of motion through his joints. Good Habits For Exercise to Benefit Your Health It’s important to get your

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