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Exercise can help improve rheumatoid arthritis symptoms – here’s why

By Matthew Farrow, Lecturer in Anatomy and Musculoskeletal Science, University of Bradford
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Many people with rheumatoid arthritis avoid exercise for fear that it may make their arthritis worse. While it may be hard to exercise with arthritis, staying as active as possible has actually been shown to reduce pain and improve symptoms. This is because our bodies are designed to move.

Rheumatoid arthritis, which affects approximately 400,000 adults in the UK, is a long-term…

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