Healthcare Knuggets

May 28, 2024

Hey there! I just read some great news about how exercise can help ease rheumatoid arthritis pain. Staying active is so important, not just for your general health, but also to strengthen your joints, improve your range of motion, and allow you to take part in activities you enjoy. The key is to take a cautious and strategic approach when starting an exercise program, ideally with the help of a physical therapist. The program should include aerobic conditioning, resistance training, stretching and flexibility exercises, and balance exercises. And if you want to learn more about how to protect your joints, reduce pain, and improve mobility, there’s a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School that can provide you with all the information you need.

In other news, I also found out about a great offer for unlimited access to STAT+, where you can enjoy daily market-moving coverage on all things life sciences. And if you’re interested in maintaining brain and general health as you age, there’s a Special Feature that reviews the latest evidence and expert opinion on how regular physical activity can help. Plus, there’s a report from Harvard Medical School called “Confronting Adult ADHD” that provides the latest research and practical strategies to help adults manage ADHD symptoms.

I’m excited about all these resources and opportunities to improve our health and well-being. It’s great to see so much valuable information and support out there for everyone looking to take control of their health. Keep moving, keep learning, and keep taking care of yourself!

Take care,


Stay Well!