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The daughter of OrthoCincy nurse practitioner Sarah Bills McElfresh, Ila was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis as a toddler.
In her book, Dusenbery traces how women are overlooked in every corner of illness, from autoimmune diseases to chronic pain (which disproportionately affects women and includes everything from irritable bowel syndrome to migraines to arthritis).
And now that she is gone, Mr. Barber-Walker is the guardian of his brother, Kenneth Massey, 29, who has seizures, cerebral palsy, scoliosis, arthritis and is blind and partially deaf.
Rusty has arthritis and can often be found passed out by 6 p.m., but his tail is always wagging.
That bout with arthritis, however, gained him a new business partner.
The addition of epsom salts in your warm bath has been proven to help reduce inflammation in your joints caused by arthritis or other muscular diseases.
The all-in-one meal has a lot health benefits going for it, too: Turmeric, an Indian spice, has been shown to relieve inflammation and swelling in people with arthritis.
Scientists couldn’t treat arthritis or synthesize steroids, estrogen and testosterone until Percy Julian figured it out.
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