Some Exercise Better than None

Study participants were placed in one of five quintiles of gait speed and function and followed for 2 years. Those engaging in 45 minutes a week or more of moderate to vigorous activity (highest quintile) saw significant improvement in knee and hip pain (34-38% better). These findings were independent of sex, BMI, and age. This…

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Vitamin D Disappoints in Knee Pain

A small randomized, double-blind clinical trial exploring the effects of Vitamin D supplements on pain in adults with knee osteoarthritis (OA) has yielded disappointing results. After two years, the supplement group and placebo group showed no difference in knee pain, function, or loss of cartilage volume. Maybe two years was not long enough, but more…

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