How Weather Can Affect Joint Pain

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It’s not the cold, wind, rain or snow that affects joint pain, it’s barometric pressure.

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Small Steps: Hot and Cold.
To ease arthritis pain in your hands, try both heat — with warm compresses or a paraffin bath —and ice for five to 15 minutes several times a day.