On Tuesday 8 July, 2014 Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW welcomed media personality, arthritis advocate and 2013 Australian of the Year, Ita Buttrose AO OBE and a select group of supporters for our afternoon High Tea at The Tea Room inread more..
Paracetamol is the most frequently used analgesic for the relief of pain in people with arthritis. Taken in advised doses paracetamol is a relatively safe medication. However recent studies highlight that – despite common perceptions paracetamol has little or noread more..
Along with William’s Walk, there are a number of community events taking place around NSW at the same time. On Sunday 23 March there will be Community Walk for Joints events held in Tamworth and in Warilla. Both events willread more..
Thanks to the ‘Slip Slop Slap’ campaign, most of us do know about the dangers of sun exposure and how to avoid them. Regular and sensible sun exposure is healthy, especially for strong bones and muscles. Getting the right balanceread more..
David and Lauren Harris today launched the third annual “William’s Walk.” William’s Walk helps kids with arthritis do the things that able- bodied children take for granted by funding Camp Footloose and Camp Twinkletoes – specially designed and supervised campsread more..
For a successful holiday, staying healthy and planning ahead so that have medicine available is very important. You may not be able to maximise the enjoyment of your time away if you do not have any medicines on hand toread more..
We know calcium is important for strong bones and teeth, yet most of us do not achieve the recommended daily intake. There is a whole range of foods that are naturally high in calcium, including dairy products, certain vegetables, nuts,read more..
Making a list and checking it twice Much holiday stress comes from a last-minute rush to get everything done, whether it be shopping for gifts and food, writing Christmas cards, menu planning or getting the house ready for family celebrations.read more..
A groundbreaking report into the impact of arthritis and other musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions has revealed a $55.1 billion cost to the Australian community. The report by Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria (A&OV) – A Problem Worth Solving – identified that theseread more..
There are more than three million Australians with arthritis who could benefit from last Friday’s announcement of new government funding for an exercise initiative and enhanced online support tools to help people with arthritis to better manage their condition. Theread more..