How to prevent athritis?

No magic cure. Stay active and exercise regularly to maintain good joint function, mobility and circulation. Delay the aging process and you'll prevent arthritis. Eat lots of fruits, veggies, garlic, herbal meds etc. Best of luck friend!

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How do I prevent athritis later in life?

Exercise avoid injur. Keep your weight reasonable, exercise regularly keeping your quadriceps and hamstring toned and stretched, avoid high impact activity, avoid impact injuries to your knee. Unfortunately not all arthritis is preventable and can be genetically caused and passed down from your parents. Read more...

How do I prevent having athritis later in life like my grandma?

Cannot. Your grandma probably had degenerative arthritis which is genetic. You may not get it because it is not passed on to everyone. But you may and there is no way to prevent it that we know of. Read more...
Exercise avoid injur. You are genetically at higher risk for arthritis if your parents or their parents have it. There have been several genes isolated now coding for arthritis. You can't change your genes yet, but, you can keep your weight down, avoid knee injuries, keep your muscles toned with regular exercise, & proper nutrition and water intake are key for all cells. Read more...