Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms - See a GP if you show this uncommon sign

Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms - See a GP if you show this uncommon sign
 

Rheumatoid arthritis is an auto-immune condition that affects about 400,000 people in the UK.
It’s caused by the body’s immune system attacking the cells that line joints by mistake.
The condition can make joints become swollen and painful, according to the NHS.
You should see a GP if you’re showing the signs of rheumatoid arthritis, including chest pain.
Meanwhile, arthritis pain could be relieved by eating more celery, it's been revealed.
The vegetable contains anti-inflammatories, according to a nutritionist.
Its properties makes celery useful for combatting a wide range of inflammatory... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Health, Views: 39
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