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  • Nutritional Goals for the New Year

    Nutritional Goals for the New Year

    Most people make plans to improve eating habits at the beginning of each year and with good reason. Healthy eating can totally transform your appearance, your level of fitness and your outlook on life.

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  • Staying Safe on the Slopes (Avoiding Ski Injury)

    Staying Safe on the Slopes (Avoiding Ski Injury)

    Skiing has always been one of my favorite sports. I grew up skiing in Michigan and it’s been something I’ve continued to be passionate about my entire life. Now, that my own kids are old enough to ski with me I’ve started thinking a lot more about safety and preparation.

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  • Common Hockey Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Common Hockey Injuries and How to Avoid Them

    Hockey is considered by many as the undisputed king of winter sports. The combination of breathtaking speed, explosive power, and graceful athleticism make for a thrilling spectacle on ice. However, collisions and other accidents do occur during play that can take you out of the game if you aren’t careful.

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  • How Winter Weather Affects Arthritis Pain

    How Winter Weather Affects Arthritis Pain

    Can arthritic pain be a predictor of imminent winter arrival? Some people seem to think so. Although the exact mechanism is not clear, it is quite likely that changes in the weather do cause arthritis symptoms to flare up. Let’s look at how winter weather affects arthritis pain.

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  • Favorite Holiday Foods that Are Good for Your Joints

    Favorite Holiday Foods that Are Good for Your Joints

    The holiday season is a time when most people indulge in festive foods in the company of friends and family. If you suffer from joint problems like arthritis, it can be a bit tricky trying to ensure you avoid foods that can exacerbate age-related wear and tear in your joints.

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  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association
  • Michigan Institute for Advanced Surgery Center