Can children suffer from joint pain?

When we think of joint pain, we usually conjure up images of older people - adults advancing in age who are the victims of bodily wear and tear. While older Americans experience the most incidents of severe joint pain, they are far from alone in feeling the effects of the condition. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the oldest group of Americans, those who are 65 years and older, make ...

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What is the effect of joint pain on our loved ones?

For many good reasons, approximately 14.6 million Americans who suffer from severe joint pain often have a tendency to focus on themselves and their problems. But the reality is that their joint pain affects everyone in their lives. When you experience joint pain, you may experience emotions and conditions including frustration, anxiety, stress, and depression. This range of feelings is also felt by family and ...

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What is the effect of joint pain on society?

Though joint pain is common as the air we breathe, there is little discussion about the devastating effects that pain has on our society. Last year, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that 50 million Americans suffer from chronic pain and that approximately 20 million of them experience "high-impact chronic pain," which is pain "severe enough that it frequently limits life or wo...

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What are the symptoms of chronic joint pain?

In addition to the certainties of death and taxes, there is another eventuality: At some time in our life, we will experience joint pain. Most of the time, that pain is acute, that is, it is caused by some form of injury or accident and has a clearly defined beginning, middle, and end. Medical experts have even defined acute joint pain in terms of length. Though it can vary, the widely accepted timetable designa...

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