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One of the most popular programs is called the Montana Live Life and Well. It teaches folks with the disease how to deal with  emotional issue that comes along with having it. Melissa VanderVos, DPHHS arthritis educator, said "it is important that people with arthritis to continually move even though they are already in pain and they may think that will cause them to hurt more but in reality as long as they keep moving that'll help them keep their pain at bay." She ad...

According to the Arthritis Foundation of Montana, over 50 million people suffer from the disease in the US and for the Treasure State, that's 1 in every 4 people. The Montana Arthritis Foundation have teamed up with different organizations to create programs to help with the disease, but for those who can't go to those programs, we have found a couple of home remedies that might help.  We are always looking for ways to relieve when sick or not feeling well. We found a number of d...

Great Falls - We use our hands to do everything from cooking and cleaning to typing and working, but what do you do if your hands are hurting, leaving you unable to complete your day-to-day tasks? Symptoms like pain and aching in your hands, wrists, and elbows are possible signs of arthritis, and a local surgeon says now is the time to treat that pain.