Charity walks help arthritis patients get more active
As part of efforts to raise funding for the fight against arthritis and increase awareness about the importance of physical activity, cities across the country are gearing up to host charity walks to benefit the Arthritis Foundation.
As part of efforts to raise funding for the fight against arthritis and increase awareness about the importance of physical activity, cities across the country are gearing up to host charity walks to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. Experts say that in addition to a prescription to buy Celebrex, regular exercise is one of the best ways to fight arthritis.
Patience White, the vice president of public health at the Arthritis Foundation, said that a charity walk is a great way for a person with arthritis to start making changes in their life to incorporate more physical activity into their daily routine.
"Sometimes starting an exercise program can seem difficult, but it's important for people to realize they can start slow and have fun. The Arthritis Walk is a great way to get some exercise with family and friends while raising critical funds to fight arthritis," White said.
With hundreds of charity walks taking place across the country in the month of May, this may be the perfect time for individuals to start getting more active. This may lead to major improvements in arthritis symptoms.
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