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Thanksgiving dinner may not complete without the traditional pumpkin pie for dessert or it might just be too much to have after a full meal. If you are open to add a little twist to your dessert selection, a pumpkin pie cheesecake is a lighter...

Pumpkin is certainly a festive decoration of the holiday season but more importantly, its health benefits are immeasurable. One significant benefit that pumpkin provides is the increased amount of vitamin A. One cup of cooked pumpkin provides 254% of the daily recommended amount of vitamin...

As November begins, we enter the Holiday Giving Season, a time of finding the perfect gift (or sometimes a last minute gift) for family and friends, and also a time when many prioritize making donations to their favorite nonprofit organizations. In 2012, in the midst...

Early career investigators encouraged to apply for funding IRVINE, Calif. -- The Arthritis National Research Foundation’s (ANRF) 2022-23 grant application is now open for submissions from early-career investigators focusing research on arthritis and other autoimmune diseases including Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. In 2022-23,...

An enthesis is the point at which a tendon or ligament attaches to the bone. If inflammation occurs at this connection point, the condition is known as enthesitis. The point at which the Achilles’ tendon inserts to the back of the foot and the point...

It is common to see runners with heavy-looking socks pulled to their knees, and while that may look hot for the occasion of distance running, there is a functional, performance-based reason for wearing this gear. Known as compression socks, they prevent injuries, enhance performance and...

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