Garson Goldstein is active again following his hip replacement surgery. (credit: CBS 2)

HealthWatch: Joint Replacement And Obesity

It stands to reason that if your hips or knees are so painful that even walking is difficult, then you won’t burn many calories and will gain weight. But the correlation has been hard to show, until now.


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HealthWatch: Keeping Your Joints Strong

Joint replacement surgery is becoming more common, especially for younger patients, and the recovery can be an agonizing process – but there are ways to postpone it, and possibly even prevent it.