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Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is found in our skin naturally. It holds water and keeps the skin plump and hydrated. The molecules can retain a thousand times more in weight than water to retain the moisture in our skin. They also prevent the moisture in your skin from evaporating.

However, as we grow old, like elastin and collagen, the amount of hyaluronic acid in our skin also decreases. The...

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Maintaining joint health relies on a combination of things: a healthy lifestyle, maintaining ideal weight and regular exercises. This is especially important if you wish to reduce the likelihood of arthritis as you age. Following simple techniques to reduce the burden on your joints can help you manage joint discomfort as you age.

Here are 4 tips for protecting your joints:

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Hyaluronic acid has been loved by beauty insiders and skin specialists for a long time. Popularly known as an “anti-aging nutrient”, hyaluronic acid not only promotes supple and youthful looking skin, but it also supports tissue health and enhances joint mobility.

Let’s look at a few ways how hyaluronic acid can be effectively used to maintain good health:

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Sagging skin and thinning hair—it’s every person’s worst nightmare. Despite the number of cosmetic products flooding the market, many still complain of wrinkled, dehydrated skin and dull, lifeless tresses.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) has become increasingly popular because of its moisturizing and lubricating benefits. From the skin to the hair to even the joints, there’s nothing that HA doesn’t improve.

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Are those pesky seasonal allergies putting you in discomfort? You’re not alone. Allergies can be very troubling during summer and spring, making life stressful and uncomfortable.

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Joint pain is a common problem that affects millions of Americans every year. A major reason why the problem is alarming is that the number of individuals suffering from joint pain is increasing every year.

Not only can joint pain make daily tasks seem taxing, but it can also severely impact how we perform at work. For people, the nature of the job is hard enough without having to cope with joint pain. However, there are certain steps you can take to cope...

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Winter is just around the corner, and with it, we can finally say goodbye to pollen allergies. However, you’re not in the clear yet! Even though winter provides much-needed relief to people who are allergic to pollen, it can be a troubling time for individuals who are allergic to dust mites and mold spores.

During winters, a large chunk of our time is spent indoors, which exposes us to countless irritants and allergens that can be particularly annoying. Here are four tips for tackling winter allergies you should know about!

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We all want glowing skin, shiny hair and strong nails. However, we need to do a lot more than visit the salon to achieve that goal.

The health of our skin, hair, and nails depends on various factors, such as the kind of food we eat, our exposure to sun and the climate of the region where we live.

Hair, skin, and nails belong to the same physiological system in our body, called the...

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According to CDC, 54 million people in the U.S. suffer from joint pain or joint disease. The annual cost of treatment amounts to at least 81 billion. Among this population, 60% of U.S. adults are working individuals. By 2040, it is predicted that around 78 million people in the United States will suffer from joint pain.

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The term “hyaluronic acid” has been floating around a lot in the world of skincare these days. This naturally-occurring substance replenishes the skin, giving it a suppler and healthier look. Apart from its increased use in skincare products, people often take it in supplements, serums, injections, eye drops, cold sore treatments and joint relief formulae.

So is the hype surrounding hyaluronic acid worth it? Let’s look at a few of its health benefits:

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Osteoarthritis—aka degenerative joint disease—is one of the most common chronic joint conditions, hindering daily activities, and decreasing productivity of 30 million Americans(in 2013 alone).

cThe disease was ranked as the second most expensive treatment offered at healthcare facilities. In 2016, the annual cost of treatment amounted to $16.5 billion.

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In the U.S., consumers spend millions of dollars on Hyaluronic Acid and Glucosamine Sulfate supplements in an attempt to bring relief to joint pain.

For those who suffer from joint inflammation and pain, joint supplements can be a source of much-needed support, pain relief and overall joint health.

Here’s what you should know about them.

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Arthritis is a disease of the joints that causes painful inflammation and stiffness in the affected areas. It typically occurs in adults over the age of 65 but even people below the 65-year mark have been diagnosed with the disease.

Though there are many kinds of arthritis, the two most commonly found ones are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. In 2016, nearly 54 million people suffered from some form of...

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, by the year 2040, an estimated 78 million people in the United States aged 18 years or older are expected to have doctor-diagnosed arthritis.

The medical industry is working hard to create...

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Osteoporosis is a silent disease. You may not know that you have acquired it until you get a bone fracture. However, in some cases, symptoms do appear, and you need to know them so that you can avoid the progression of the disease and receive timely treatment.

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Joint pain is a condition that affects millions of Americans and can dramatically impact their quality of life. The most common cause of joint pain is arthritis with nearly 55 million Americans currently suffering from the condition.

Most people often limited the number of activities they participate in because of joint pain. Contrary to popular belief, this is not the best course of action to limit joint pain. A better...

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Within the last decade, the prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions has increased by 25 percent all over the world. And in countries with aging populations—such as the US—these numbers are expected to go up even more.

As we age, our bodies undergo many changes. This post will discuss how age affects the bones, augmenting this awareness with tips on keeping your bones...

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With the spread of COVID-19, workforces around the globe are being encouraged to stay at home and practice social distancing as much as possible.

In the US, various firms that belong to diverse industries are being asked to work remotely.

Understandably, the time spent in front of a personal computer or a laptop has significantly increased for many people. Moreover, work from home has resulted in an increase in poor ergonomic habits.

If you find...

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Spring is finally here. As the temperatures rise and days become longer, people will start spending more time outdoors.

It’s a perfect season to start fresh. But (there’s always a but) the changing weather can also have a considerable reaction on your body.

The weather can be directly responsible for the aches and pain you’ve been experiencing since the temperature has changed.

It’s not old wives’ tales, but a well-researched phenomenon. Let’s talk about the effects of changing weather on joint pain:

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What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the term “arthritis”? A 70-year-old adult with a cane complaining about their joint pain, right?

It’s not your fault. People have developed an equivocal and vague idea about arthritis and believe that it’s a disease more common among older people—but that’s not the case.

Young adults, even those in their 20s, can develop arthritic joint pain. It’s a...

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