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Facts about arthritis

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  • Posted By: AliceW
  • July 28, 2009
  • 10:31 AM

hie people...lets share all facts about arthritis here, that we know can help people suffering from arthritis or educate or inform or just merely interest somebody.

Well ive got an interesting fact abt arthritis frm some site which ill post it here...

**Even the dinosaurs had arthritis**

Fossils show that even the dinosaurs had arthritis. Too bad arthritis didn't become extinct along with its ancient hosts. All types of arthritis have been described in our medical literature. The common denominator is that they result in the destruction of the cartilage (hyaline) that lines the end of the bones.
The remaining healthy cartilage cells try to heal the defect by proliferating and growing more cartilage. When they're not up to the task, scar tissue fills in. You, and the dinosaurs, end up in pain because the scar tissue is too spongy and cannot handle the weight so the bones start grinding together.

The dinosaurs could only suffer through the pain. We, on the other hand, benefit from our tremendous scientific advances. And, for those who need to manage the chronic pain of osteoarthritis, perhaps the most importance advance has been the discovery that the energy fields of the body are therapeutic.
BioResonance energy therapy provides safe, effective drug free relief for us. Maybe we'll even be the ones to outlive arthritis!

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