Conditions that can cause chronic joint pain, Part II

According to the Lupus Foundation of America, approximately 1.5 million Americans suffer from some form of Lupus. Worldwide, that estimate is 5 million. Ninety percent of the people who are living with Lupus are women. Lupus typically occurs between the ages of 15 and 44. The more common symptoms of Lupus include extreme fatigue, hair loss, and cognitive issues, to name a few. But Lupus can also create cardiov...

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What conditions can cause chronic joint pain?

Contrary to popular perception, many of the millions of Americans suffering from chronic joint pain are not elderly and merely victims of aging bones and cartilage. Some chronic joint pain casualties are caused by trauma such as an accident, or from repetitive motion, often originating in the workplace. Still, others develop joint pain through various diseases, some of which can be avoided, some of which cannot...

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How can I stop the morning joint pain?

One of the many things that many of the millions of joint pain sufferers have in common is morning joint pain. The cause of the pain is usually thought of as a sign of aging, but the reality is that while morning joint pain is more common among older adults, it can affect people of any age. Morning joint stiffness is also more likely to happen to people who are overweight. For older adults, the problem may be ...

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What is the difference between chronic joint pain and arthritis?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines severe joint pain as a seven or higher on a pain scale of one to ten. Persistent or chronic joint pain is defined as having joint pain of any severity on most or all days over the previous three months. People who are experiencing joint pain and whose condition qualifies as "chronic" often wonder whether they have arthritis, which is a serious disease with ...

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