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Have you had enough with your doctor telling you to watch your weight? Being overweight not only look bad in a fitted dress but also an indication that you may be at risk in having serious health problems  in the future. Some months back in our e-mail updates we have stressed that weight reduction is definitely one effective way to prevent joint damage or further damaging it. Being overweight can put extra strain to your weight bearing joints like the knees and the hips.
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Drink, drink, drink-up! For Good Health PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 07:34

According to studies, adult dehydration is a common occurance. Our body needs a minimum of 64 oz of water per day, some may need more depending on their activity and the weather in their area. Hydration is very important to our health specially if you have an active lifestyle.

How Do You Know If You Are Dehydrated?

The easiest way to know if you are dehydrated is to look at the color of your urine. If your urine is dark yellow or looks more like apple juice then you are dehydrated.  Unfortunately thirst is not enough indication that you are dehydrated, below are the list of syptoms which you may feel or see when you are mild to moderately dehydrated:

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This 2015 AOJR wants to talk to you and your community about arthritis. Take part and join us in  promoting awareness about the social, emotional and health impact of arthritis as well as its evidence based treatments. Help us improve lives by creating awareness. You can contact us by calling 710-8292 or email us at jointspecialists@aojr.ph 













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Who else but our patients can testify to AOJR’s expertise in joint replacement surgery and how we helped improve their lives. Here are what some of our patients have to say:


Alcera" After the operation, I thought I wouldn't be ableto enjoy the same lifestyle as I had before. I was wrong, It's amazing how I can still enjoy activites likes dancing and aerobics."

Doris Alcera, 63y.o. Total Knee Replacement, February 2011

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