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Exercise helps arthritis patients

18th March 2008

Research has shown that exercise can help to improve the symptoms of people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.

A team from the UK and Greece published their findings in the journal Rheumatology. Dr Giorgos Metsios said: "There is strong evidence suggesting that exercise from low to high intensity of various modes is effective in improving disease-related characteristics and functional ability in RA patients."


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Article Information

Title: Exercise helps arthritis patients
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6018
Date Added: 18th Mar 2008


Arthritis Research UK

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