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On September 30, 2004, Merck & Co Inc (MRK) recalled Vioxx due to negative clinical trial results. Recipients of this drug seem to experience increased experience of heart attack, stroke, blood clots, or intestinal bleeding. Both the American Journal of the American Medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine stress the dangers of this prescription drug. European and American cardiologists recognize the implicit dangers of this highly marketed arthritis prescription. This does not have to happen to you when safe natural and effective arthritis pain relief might provide relief!
Did you know that pharmaceutical drugs have their history embedded in herbal medicine? Apothecaries offered medicines with medical care. The cost of medical help was expensive(sound familiar), so many families made home remedies. However, today's pharmaceuticals derive from the the medicines stirred and pounded by the apothecary in the mortar by the pestle. "The history of Merck & Co., Inc. can be traced back to Darmstadt, Germany, in 1668 when an apothecary named Frederic Jacob Merck opened a chemical firm." If curious about Merck's history, learn more about it here: http://tinyurl.com/4m4ft.
Today, most patients visiting a doctor go for cold and flu symptoms or joint and muscle pain. Modern prescriptions provide relief, but sometimes with side effects. Now, you can get temporary relief from minor arthritis pain by using remedies derived from all natural ingredients. For example, the non greasy, penetrating and topical cream referenced below, brings soothing relief quickly. Further relief comes from Boswellia serrata, used in India for centuries as a proven pain reliever.
Although pharmaceutical drugs may cause side effects, other studies indicate that glucosamine, a common recommendation for arthritis discomfort, has no effect. You might consider reading this October 2004 study by researchers at the University of British Columbia: http://tinyurl.com/676h6. Whatever choices you make, take time to research, and then take action. Despite these debates, the American Journal of the American Medical Association has considered glucosamine effective when promoting cartilage formation for your joint health. So, why not get some spring back in those steps? You can find relief using high quality natural alternatives to side-effect laden drugs. One manufacturer with years of experience has natural alternatives. This company started in 1955; read about this remarkable company, its philosophy and contributions here: http://tinyurl.com/3ma7w.
To read more about these natural and effective alternatives to arthritis, type the product numbers found below into the search box found here: http://tinyurl.com/4zg4x.
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Sometimes too much information brings confusion; on the other hand, too little information leads to unwise choices. Good health involves your wisdom, discipline, and desire to feel better. As a friend reminds me, I remind you, "Think healthy", and choose your medicine carefully. Always read every label closely. The natural alternatives offered in this article provide you with a safe, natural, and effective arthritis pain reliever.
The Internet serves a library of information and resources. We all have to be careful about self-diagnosis and prescription. Read wisely by cross-referencing the content. These articles may be of further benefit as you search relief for your arthritic pain. You may read the source for these references by reading the entire article in the Echievements article library: http://www.echievements.com/articles/2534.
"Vitamin C and Arthritis" http://tinyurl.com/6z4jr "The link between smoking and rheumatoid arthritis in men" http://tinyurl.com/63z5a "Ice beneficial in treating gouty arthritis" http://tinyurl.com/6nk4l "Genetic Factors Play Small Role in Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief" http://tinyurl.com/6gadt "Benefits of exercise decline over time in osteoarthritis sufferers" http://tinyurl.com/6ynwc "Vegan diet may be helpful in rheumatoid arthritis" http://tinyurl.com/6cm2x
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A widespread link between heart disease, arthritis, and cancer now seems treatable
Adapted from THE CALCIUM BOMB: The Nanobacteria Link to Heart Disease and Cancer, by Douglas Mulhall & Katja Hansen (The Writers' Collective) www.calcify.com
David Letterman, Larry King, CBS's René Syler, actress Koo Stark, and many pro athletes have it too.
What medical condition affects more of us than heart disease, arthritis, or cancer, and why is it suddenly such a compelling issue?
According to thousands of medical journal articles, Calcification -- also known as calcium deposits, hardening of the arteries, cysts, stones, and hard plaque -- happens in all those illnesses and more.
And it just struck home for millions.
Throngs of baby boomers are rushing to get checked for calcification since rock icon David Bowie and former President Clinton had emergency operations for it. Calcification is the hardening of our body tissue by calcium salts. These salts contain other minerals, such as phosphorus, and are often harmful. They are dangerous because they provoke chronic and painful swelling, gumming up arteries and organs, with crippling or fatal results.
Calcification can sometimes be a disease on its own, but is more frequently found in other illnesses. Calcium deposits are in breast and ovarian cancer. Breast implant patients occasionally require surgery to remove calcium deposits that develop around the implant. The deposits show up as spots on mammograms and can be mistaken for cancer.
Calcification is often in arthritis, heart disease, and diabetes. Many arthritis sufferers who have calcium deposits go on to develop heart disease, but until recently the link has never been understood. Nor has the one between osteoporosis--loss of bone calcium--and the seemingly contrary growth of calcium deposits elsewhere as the illness progresses.
Although calcification occurs more frequently as we age, being young is no defense: it is often in sport injuries, and sidelines many athletes. Bursitis and tendonitis can contain calcium deposits. Kidney stones are usually calcified at the center.
More than half a trillion dollars are spent annually to treat calcification-related diseases. So why haven't more stories explained it until now? Because until now, no one knew where it came from or how to get rid of it. For example, look for the term "calcification" at the National Library of Medicine's PubMed website and you'll find about 23,000 articles about the condition, but few if any claim positive scientific evidence of a cause.
One of the barriers to finding a cause or treatment for calcification is that some experts have long claimed it is part of the body's healing process. Because of this widespread idea, doctors have often not considered calcification to be at the root of the problem. They also often don't associate calcification with the trademark inflammation that accompanies it.
Yet up-to-date medical manuals such as the authoritative Merck Manual of Diagnosis -- a bible found in many doctors' offices -- describe calcium phosphate crystals that make up calcification as "aggressive" and provoking chronic inflammation as well as attacking joints. Now, the discovery of a tiny particle has shown a link between calcification and inflammation. Scientists who now work with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) discovered something so small that it challenges the definition of life. It made headlines when Mayo Clinic researchers found it in heart disease, while others discovered how to test for and treat it.
Basically, the scientists found that the particle generates a calcium phosphate shell while in the blood, and attacks human tissue. This provokes an immune reaction that includes chronic inflammation.
And in October, the Journal Pathophysiology published clinical trial results suggesting that when the particle is targeted with treatment, calcification seems to be reversible. [Study title: Maniscalco et al, "Calcification in Coronary Artery Disease can be Reversed by Long-Term EDTA-tetracycline chemotherapy," Pathophysiology 11 (2004) 95-101.]
The study also demonstrated reversal of most of the clinical symptoms of atherosclerosis, including coronary artery calcification, in a majority of patients who participated in the trial. The authors of the study emphasize that the results are just preliminary, but nonetheless the treatment that they used is available now as a combination of an over-the-counter nutraceutical and a prescription of generic antibiotics.
The problem with the tiny discovered particle that seems to be generating calcification is that no one knows exactly what it is. Its DNA remains a mystery because much of can't be isolated using standard tests. So right now, scientists from NASA and a dozen or so international institutes are using nanotechnology methods to try and decipher its secrets.
Look for the next installment to see what they have found, and how it affects treatment.
Douglas Mulhall, nanotechnology journalist, is co-author with biological engineer Katja Hansen of THE CALCIUM BOMB: The Nanobacteria Link to Heart Disease & Cancer (The Writers' Collective) that explores new discoveries about calcification. Afterword by leading cardiologist Dr. Benedict Maniscalco. See www.calcify.com Mulhall also authored the acclaimed book, OUR MOLECULAR FUTURE.
When you ask what arthritis is, professinals will tell you it's inflammation of one or more joints. But you know it better as pain, swelling, stiffness, deformity, and/or a diminished range of motion of those joints! It's estimated that over 50 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and other related conditions.
Osteo arthritis seems to come with the wear and tear of aging and affects nearly three-quarters of those over 50. The onset of arthritis is marked by morning stiffness, crackling joints, and perhaps some pain. As it progresses it causes discomfort, more pain, and some disability. It also causes an enormous consumption of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that can have undesirable long-term effects.
If left untreated, osteo and rheumatoid arthritis, along with other forms of rheumatoid disease, can become progressively worse... painful crippling can result. This is particularly true of rheumatoid arthritis, which can destroy joints, unless effective treatment is administered in time.
Modern medicine doesn't have much to offer for these chronic conditions... offering only symptomatic temporary relief. True, painkillers along with the so-called NSAIDs, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, are effective in reducing symptoms quickly. However,these often cause serious side effects such as ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding, and they don't stop the progression of the disease. In the long run they have actually proven to worsen the condition by accelerating joint destruction.
Coping with the chronic pain of arthritis can be frustrating. You get the feeling you're all alone facing the daily challenges caused by your arthritis symptoms. And, the traditional treatments leave a lot to be desired. It doesn't have to be this bad!
The last few years of research on arthritis have brought some hope to this dismal picture. Old herbal remedies such as ginger, nettle, and willow bark, as well as fish oils and the already well-known cartilage constituents glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin sulfate, are about to revolutionize the treatment of arthritis. These substances not only give symptomatic relief, but, actually intervene at the root of the arthritis problem and help the body to rebuild functioning joints.
As they quickly sooth your pain, these powerful creams help repair, restore and regenerate cartilage, tendons, muscle and ligaments. Fast acting, these creams increase mobility and optimal repair of joint structures as they help reinforce the body's protective linings and lubricating fluids by recovering cell stability and function to stop further damage. Really powerful stuff. You can learn more about this non-traditional arthritis treatment at our website. To your good health, Jim Dowler
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Could this be arthritis in my hands?
Ask Rusty Arthritis Questions answered by Rusty Ford Editor of Arthritis-Symptom.com
Could this be arthritis in my hands?
Hi Rusty. A few days ago, I slightly injured a finger on my hand. Now my hand is swelling with severe joint pain in the fingers. At first I thought this was a possible sprain in that region, but now my other hand is showing the same swelling of the fingers and pain of the joints.
Should I go check this out right away?
It doesn't seem to be getting worse today, but the pain and swelling are persistent.
Could this be a sudden arthritis attack?
I'm 38 years old and in good health (I just had a check-up at the doctor last week and the blood work came back okay).
Your advice is greatly appreciated.
Ouch, a little sprain is not supposed to do that. Unfortunately some times it does. I am sorry to hear about this. It is not unusual for arthritis to begin in an effected joint. It is not the norm for it to set in so quickly. There are different kinds of arthritis that can effect the hands and feet that can cause swelling. It is possible that arthritis was already beginning but not showing symptoms yet but this triggered a symptomatic response.
I am concerned that the pain is bilateral, effecting both sides. I doubt it is anything extremely serious but it would be good to see your doctor. The sooner the better. If nothing else, your doctor will be able to treat the pain and swelling. But if it is arthritis or one of the other conditions that can cause this type of swelling in the fingers the earlier the diagnosis the better.
I wish you good health.
A Nutritionist's Insight on Arthritis
A Nutritionist's Insight on Arthritis by Carol Koester
Here is some of my knowledge about nutrition's role in ARTHRITIS from past experiences. I am speaking as a nutritionist, not a medical specialist. Most arthritics I have dealt with experienced marked relief usually within a short time after enriching their diets with GLYCONUTRIENTS, along with PHYTOGENENS in a complex that includes additional herbs that assist the body in diffusing pain after strenuous exercise or in conditions where there is chronic pain. For best results, balancing all four systems of the body speeds recovery time, so support from PHYTONUTRIENTS and FOOD-MATRIX TYPE VITAMINS AND MINERALS is also important. These nutrients play the following support roles in the body:
immune system modulation, either upward or downward as needed; anti-inflammatory; anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and delivery system for all other nutrients.
hormonal balance, fat metabolism, bone metabolism, stress management, energy levels, mental clarity, help in building new nerve pathways.
PHYTOGENENS IN A SPORTS FORMULA:
all of the above, plus pain management and recovery from physical stress.
help with repairs in the body of bone, muscles, tendons, tissues, nerves; protect against tumors; aid body's host defense system.
FOOD MATRIX TYPE VITAMINS AND MINERALS:
nutrients that the body can recognize as food and utilize 100% (instead of the average 7% for non-food forms of vitamins and minerals); act as a catalyst for other nutrients in the body.
When relief of arthritis symptoms doesn't begin to happen soon for someone I always investigate to see if perhaps they might have an allergy to dairy products. That can imitate a lot of the arthritic symptoms! My nephew was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, but when he got off of all dairy his symptoms all left, and they discovered that he did not have arthritis, actually. Also, a few are allergic to a lot of grains such as wheat and corn, and that needs to be explored also. This can be done easily by leaving off all those foods for two weeks, and see if it makes a difference. If there is just a slight difference, than taking care to eat those offending foods only once in four days can be a big help, and they don't necessarily need to give them up permanently. Over time, adequate amounts of glyconutritionals in the body usually help correct or reduce most allergies.
Drinking adequate amounts of water is absolutely essential to speeding up this process. Divide the body's weight by half, and that is how many ounces of water an individual needs. Eight to ten glasses a day is average; bigger people require MORE. And for every cup of caffeine containing beverage that is consumed, one EXTRA glass of water is needed, as caffeine dehydrates the system further. It is amazing how many symptoms can disappear just by being properly hydrated - including depression. When we feel depressed, often the rest of the body has been dehydrated for several days, and now the brain is!
Mild exercise is also a must for arthritics. They may be very limited to what they can do, but any movement is helpful, even gentle stretching. We lose what we do not use! Sitting with feet on a mini-trampoline while someone else jumps on it is a great aid in exercising the lymphatic glands when other normal exercise is limited. I hope this is helpful in your support of people who suffer from arthritis. As you know, rheumatoid arthritis is a common autoimmune disease. Glyconutrients are necessary fuel that the immune system uses to counteract autoimmune diseases, so that the right signals can be sent out between cells to modulate the immune system back downward so the body will stop attacking itself. It may sound complicated, but put simply, it spells RELIEF - and that's what people are looking for. It is best for overall health when that can be attained through improved nutrition instead of toxic drugs. Carol Koester
There are a lot of fabulous stories about Cetyl Myristoleate (also known as CMO or CM) floating across the Internet. Mine is one of them. There have been a number of articles published in little known journals or magazines. There have been four small booklets published. One making fantastic claims, all four filled with anecdotal evidence but offering no real research to back up the claims. There are a number of Doctors sharing the results they are having with their patients but so does every other wonder-working product. The question is, are there any scientific studies to back up any of these claims? The answer is yes. To date there are several patient studies and two double blind studies completed. I will mention the three most prominent below.
Dr Len Sands of the San Diego Clinic completed the first human study on the effectiveness on Cetyl Myristoleate in 1995. There were 48 arthritis patients in this study. All but two showed significant improvement in articular mobility (80% or better) and reduction of pain (70% or better). Obviously the study had its flaws. One doctor conducted the study, there was no control group and the number of participants was small. Even so, it suggested to many that maybe there was some hope here and that more scientific studies should follow.
The first double blind study followed two years later. Dr. H. Siemandi conducted a double blind study under the auspices of the Joint European Hospital Studies Program. There were 431 patients in the study, 106 who received cetyl myristoleate, 99 who received cetyl myristoleate, and glucosamine, sea cucumber, and hydrolyzed cartilage and 226 who received a placebo. Clinical assessment included radiological test and other studies. Results were 63% improvement for the cetyl myristoleate group, 87% for the cetyl myristoleate plus glucosamine group and 15% for the placebo group.
In August of 2002, a double blind study was published in the Journal or Rheumatology. The study included sixty-four patients with chronic knee OA. Half of the patients received a cetyl myristoleate complex and half a placebo. Evaluations included physician assessment, knee range of motion with goniometry, and the Lequesne Algofunctional Index (LAI). The conclusion was that the CM group saw significant improvement while the placebo group saw little to none. In fact in their conclusion the state that CM "may be an alternative to the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for the treatment of OA".
Advanced Medical Systems & Design, Ltd completed the last study I would like to mention in Oct 2001. It was not a double blind study but the study included 1814 arthritis patients. The results showed that over 87% of the subjects had greater than 50% recovery and over 65% of those showed from 75% - 100% recovery following a sixteen day regimen. I know that this is not the most scientific study but a study this large does suggest that there could be a positive benefit to the use of CM in the treatment of arthritis.
There is mounting evidence that CM can be effective in the treatment of many forms of arthritis. While it is true that the evidence from these three studies can not be considered conclusive, it is a beginning. It should challenge you to think out side the box and consider that just because it did not come from a drug company does not mean that it will not work. With over 10,000 people a year dying from Nsaids would it not be great to find a safer and more effective product. Especially with the cost of prescription treatments for arthritis costing into the hundreds and good Cetyl Myristoleate products can be found for between $20 and $40.
Rusty Ford http://arthritis-symptom.com
Editor Arthritis-Symptom.com. Author of numerous articles on arthrits and natural health.
In doubt and may not be as safe as previously thought. Research earlier this year has shown that these drugs increased the risk of heart attacks although a relatively low risk, over those taking a pain reliever. The FDA is debating whether to add information about the increased risk on both drugs' labels. One Wall Street analyst has warned that this problem could have an adverse effect on Merck, the drug company responsible for these drugs be placed on the market - along with Pharmacia, which makes Celebrex, generating $2.3 billion in 12 months to March 31 of this year, Merck having sold $1.7 billion Vioxx during the same 12 months.
Three Hundred homes nestled near the Potomac River; on Fairfax Street, Edward Stabler, a Quaker pharmacist, started a family business which operated until 1933. To this day, many of Stabler's herbs, potions and paper labels in his apothecary desk. Stabler like other apothecaries of his day prescribed Native American Indian remedies like witch hazel for external treatment of inflammatory conditions.
Studies done last year showed that patients taking Vioxx had four times the risk of heart attacks over patients taking Naproxen - another pain reliever. Naproxen is also sold under the brands names of Naprosyn and Aleve. The risk of heart attacks increases over time, at about four heart attacks per 1,000 patients. This study was sponsored by the Merck company, which also stated that their research does not show this problem of increased heart attacks with Vioxx.
These two drugs are among the best-sellers of prescription drugs in the world. They cause fewer ulcers that many other drugs given for pain. Richard R. Stover, a pharmaceutical industry analyst at Arnhold & S. Bleichroeder Inc, reported on April 27 that he did his own analysis on what he called "disturbing data" from Merck's study. He stated that he was warning his clients, many of whom were institutional investors holding stock in Merck, that they should watch the issue carefully because it could effect the company's stock price. Dr. M. Michael Wolfe, chief of the gastroenterology section at the Boston University School of Medicine and a member of the FDA advisory committee stated that there should be a warning, after a review of the issue earlier this year, stating that "The marketing of these drugs is unbelievable, I'm sure there are many people out there who are taking these drugs that should not be."
There is a current debate going on between some doctors and Merck's scientists as to whether the higher risk of heart attacks is a result of Vioxx causing damage in some patients or to an absence of the benefits that Naproxen may have in protecting the heart, that Naproxen stops or slows the production of thromboxane, which is thought to cause platelet in the blood to form clots, similar to the aspirin effect.
Vioxx and Celebrex have been shown to have the same benefit in protecting the heart.
Several doctors say they are worried about the possibility of heart attacks because many of the arthritis patients taking the drugs are elderly and have a higher risk of cardiovascular problems to begin with. The current debate centers on whether the higher heart attack rate found in patients taking Vioxx is a result of the drug's actually causing damage in some patients or to an absence of the heart-protecting benefits that Naproxen may have.
"Naproxen had a similar anti-platelet effect to aspirin," said Dr. Eve E. Slater, senior vice president of external policy for Merck's research labs, "and those people had fewer heart attacks."
Neither Vioxx nor Celebrex has been shown to have the same heart-protecting benefit.
Slater also said that Stover's report was flawed and biased in favor of Pharmacia. But regulators and some doctors say they still worry that there may be more of a problem with Vioxx. And even if Vioxx and Celebrex do not damage the heart, the fact that they do not have the heart-protecting benefits of aspirin reduces the ability of the companies to market them as being significantly safer than other pain relievers. Merck recommended last year that doctors involved in clinical trials of Vioxx consider prescribing low doses of aspirin to patients taking Vioxx if they are at high risk of heart attacks - although low doses of aspirin could increase the risk of ulcers. Ulcers are the main side effect that Vioxx and Celebrex were developed to avoid.
There have been no studies done to determine whether patients have fewer ulcers if they take low doses of aspirin with either Vioxx or Celebrex. In February Dr Maria Lourdes Villalba, at an FDA advisory meeting, stated that Merck had proved Vioxx [Rofecoxib] caused fewer serious ulcers than Naproxen. However, she also state that the potential safety advantage was offset by a higher risk of heart problems,in her opinion. She reported that "Overall, there was no safety superiority of Rofecoxib over Naproxen, mainly due to an excess of serious cardiovascular events".
Dr Villalba also stated that there had been no studies to prove Merck's claim that Naproxen worked like aspirin in decreasing heart attacks. The FDA expressed some concern over the higher rate of heart attacks with Vioxx, stating that this could be caused by the drug's ability to produce blood clots.
"There is still a tremendous benefit with these drugs" reported Dr Eve Slater of Merck.
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Arthritis Medication - When it comes to your dog in your life there are many people that will do anything to help them out. If you find that your dog has arthritis in his or her bones you may need some information of what you need to do. Believe it or not there is arthritis medication for dog just like there is for humans.
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