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Moderate alcohol consumption 'linked with lower chronic pain risk'

28 July 2015

Moderate alcohol consumption has been associated with a lower risk of chronic widespread pain in a new study.

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Women who breastfeed 'at lower risk of rheumatoid arthritis'

27 July 2015

A new review of existing clinical evidence has indicated that breastfeeding is associated with a lower risk of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Aerobic exercise 'may help reduce fatigue in rheumatoid arthritis'

27 July 2015

A new review of existing research has offered evidence that aerobic exercise training can help alleviate fatigue in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

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Antibiotic use 'linked with higher risk of juvenile idiopathic arthritis'

23 July 2015

A new assessment of UK national data has indicated that excess antibiotic use in children may be associated with an increased risk of juvenile arthritis.

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New inflammatory link found between arthritis and heart valve disease

22 July 2015

A new inflammatory link has been discovered between arthritis and heart valve disease, suggesting potential new methods for treating patients with both conditions.

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New Canadian study to assess medical cannabis for arthritis treatment

21 July 2015

A new Canadian study assessing the impact of medical cannabis on arthritis pain and disease management will be commencing soon.

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Telerehabilitation 'can be effective following knee replacement surgery'

20 July 2015

Telerehabilitation following total knee replacement surgery can deliver comparable outcomes to in-person physical therapy, a new study has shown.

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Mental health drug lithium chloride 'could be used to treat arthritis'

17 July 2015

Lithium chloride, a common mental health drug, could be an effective tool in treating arthritis, according to a new study.

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Exercise 'can protect men against bone loss and osteoporosis'

16 July 2015

A new study has indicated that exercise may reverse age-related bone loss in middle-aged men, potentially protecting them from osteoporosis.

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Combination of NSAIDs and antidepressants 'can create bleeding risk'

15 July 2015

Combining the use of antidepressants and NSAIDs has been linked to an increased risk of bleeding by a new study.

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