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Synvisc injections are one way to prevent the pain caused by osteoarthritis in your knees. Synvisc is a viscosupplement (lubricant) that can be injected into your knee to act as a cushion that reduces the shock and friction created whenever your knee moves. Synvisc is...

Most people assume that bones can only break under extreme conditions. Bones are actually comprised of living tissue that is constantly replaced by new, stronger tissue. If the regeneration cycle is altered, your body will remove more tissue than it creates. This is known as...

Fluticasone Propionate (brand name - Flonase) is a prescription nasal spray approved to treat indoor and outdoor allergies and nonallergic symptoms. Fluticasone Propionate helps reduce the inflammation that leads to nasal symptoms that include congestion, sneezing, and itchy, runny nose. Fluticasone Propionate combats symptoms for both...

Bacterial infections have become a concern for both physicians and patients. Infections caused by difficult to treat bacteria are becoming more and more common. The most common bacterial infections include urinary tract infections caused by bacterias, and chronic bacterial prostatitis. UTI Urinary tract infections, or UTIs,...

Unlike bacterial illnesses, viral illnesses are not living organisms. Viral illnesses attack living cells and reproduce themselves, at the expense of the host cell. Antiviral medications inhibit the replication of viral DNA needed for a viral illness to reproduce. Virally infected cells absorb more acyclovir...

What is osteoporosis? A common misconception is that bones are solid and can only break under extreme trauma. Most people don't realize that bone is actually living tissue, just harder tissue than your skin or heart. Your body continuously replaces older bone tissue with new tissue,...

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