Reading this stuff . . . so you don’t have to.
A few months ago I launched the first in what I hope will become a recurring series: Pearls from Medical Science. As many of you know, I strive to provide high-quality, scientifically accurate medical information on Healthy Matters, both the radio show and this blog. As do most doctors, I get inundated with medical journals, which are the repository of what the medical science community has learned about our various medical conditions. Since nobody can read all this (or want to), every now and then I will present one thing I’ve learned from what doctors call (with apologies to Hemingway and Fitzgerald), the “literature.”
This week I’ll highlight a fascinating study about arthritis and the ancient Chinese practice of Tai Chi. If you have arthritis – no matter your age – read on. Oh yeah, at the end of the post I talk about the Minnesota State Fair. Don’t miss it! Continue reading “Pearls from Medicine Science: Tai chi may be good for arthritis”