50 Things You Can Do to Manage Arthritis
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50 Things You Can Do to Manage Arthritis

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Over nine million people suffer from arthritis in the UK. Are you one of them? Learn how genetics, age, infections, diet, excess weight, previous injuries and stress contribute.





Choose beneficial foods and supplements
Find out which types of exercise can best bring relief
Discover practical tips to make everyday living easier
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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 127 x 198 x 12mm | 190g
  • Chichester, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1849530548
  • 9781849530545
  • 37,229

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'provide jargon-free, no-nonsense, practical tips... these books are ideal for people who live busy lives who want easy-to-follow, accessible advice.' The Jewish Vegetarian Featured in Mail on Sunday 'Handy help to take control of arthritis... promotes self-help and provides information on a range of therapies to try.' Healthy ' a series of 50 things you can do today to manage... And there are 10 topics to date. They are fascinating books and I reckon there should be enough in there for me to banish my woes. So by my reckoning that is 500 things I can do to sort myself out.' -- Paul Watson The Hartlepool Mail
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About Wendy Green

Wendy Green is a health project co-ordinator and health promoter and the author of a wide range of books in the Vie list ranging from IBS: A Self-Help Guide to Feeling Better to The New Parents' Survival Guide: The First Three Months.
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