As a national survey shows that one in five of us are not getting enough vitamin D, could a deficiency in this important vitamin be to blame for lower back pain?
A US study has found that it is the amount and quality of food that a person eats that will lead to weight loss, rather than genetics.
Many people believe that the weather can cause joint pain to get worse, and many others will have heard people say that their arthritis worsens when it rains. But is there any evidence of this link?
Runners who have weak deep core muscles are at a higher risk of developing lower back pain, according to a US study.
Research has shown that the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain can also counteract fat and strengthen the immune system.