There are some people who swear they can predict rain just by the pain they feel in their knees or back. And there is a common belief that wet or humid weather can affect the aches you feel in your joints. But two studies out of Australia suggest otherwise. Researchers investigating this phenomenon were unable to find a significant relationship between weather changes and experiences of pain. Their advice? Instead of tracking the weather, pay more attention to things within your control in order to find effective pain management. So forget about the forecast, and Read Here.