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Paralysed patients have been found to have weaker bones and a higher risk of fractures than previously thought, a discovery that could lead to new ways of thinking about how to evaluate bone strength.
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Manipulating gut bacteria could be a new way of mitigating lupus, according to US researchers.
Children’s genes can affect their mothers' risk of rheumatoid arthritis, which could help explain why women are more susceptible than men, according to new research.
Men who suffer hip fractures are twice as likely to die compared to women, due to diagnosis and treatment for osteoporosis among males.
Resveratrol - a compound found in red wine and grapes - has been shown to bolster bone mineral density, suggesting it could be used as a means of treating osteoporosis.
A new study has indicated that measuring levels of certain peptides in the blood and joint fluid could be used as a means of predicting radiographic progression of knee osteoarthritis.
A new MRI study has shed new light on structural changes associated with hip osteoarthritis, potentially facilitating early monitoring of the disease.
Rheumatoid arthritis is associated with higher 90-day hospital readmission rates following hip or knee surgery than osteoarthritis, according to a new study.
A new study from Taiwan has associated hip fractures with an elevated risk of stroke.
Arthritis patients who undergo total hip or knee replacements may require less postoperative care if they receive physical therapy prior to surgery, new research shows.