Does the Rain Trigger Arthritis?
It is the common belief and claim of many arthritis-suffers that rainy or more humid weathers cause worse pains in their joints. Harvard Researchers have attempted to find a link between the weather and pain felt, but to no avail.
While the findings were unable to support the claims, they do not disprove any relationship between rainfall and joint pain.
Read on to find out more. “Rain May Not Cause Achy Joints After All”
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