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Changing one or two shopping habits might reduce your levels of pain and stiffness.
Joint pain and stiffness from rheumatoid arthritis can turn a trip to the grocery store into a major undertaking. Fortunately, there are several simple things you can do to reduce joint strain and discomfort when you shop. Try these tips to make your next trip to the supermarket easier:
Try a few of these suggestions next time you're buying groceries. Just changing one or two habits might make a noticeable difference in your levels of pain and stiffness after a trip to the store.
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