CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - (11/22/09) Host Harry Boomer talks with Kelly Donahue of the Arthritis Foundation and Dr. Nora Singer of MetroHealth and Case Western Reserve University College of Medicine.
The two talked about what arthritis is, how one is diagnosed and what treatments are available. They also informed our viewers about how diet and exercise can stave off some of the painful effects of arthritis.
46-million people in America suffer the effects of various forms of arthritis, including 300-thousand children. There are new treatments coming on line all the time and suffering are finding ways to cope.
Kelly Donahue talked about the many programs available through the Arthritis Foundation.