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Testing for certain autoantibodies in the blood could help to improve the diagnosis of lupus, early research suggests.
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Research suggests that postmenopausal women with neurological disorders that increase their susceptibility to fractures tend to underestimate their own risk.
A simplified dosing regimen could encourage patients to adhere to their osteoporosis medications properly.
The discovery of antibodies in the blood of people with aggressive rheumatoid arthritis could lead to new diagnostic tests and treatments.
Dramatic weight loss may help to reduce inflammatory responses to urate crystals, scientists say.
A review has found little evidence to support the use of existing clinical prediction rules for low back pain.
Web-based physiotherapy consultations could help to reduce the number of clinic visits made by patients with low back pain.
Dextrose sugar injections appear to be beneficial for people with severe knee pain due to osteoarthritis.
A study suggests that a family history of bunions and lesser toe deformities could be a risk factor for these common conditions.
Scientists have identified a number of factors that could be used to predict the outcome of joint replacement surgery.