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Hospital admissions for gout have seen a pronounced increase in the UK since 2009, according to new official data.
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Scientists in the UK are trialling a new type of knee operation using stem cell techniques that could help to prevent the development of arthritis.
A new US study of more than 44,000 women over five years has demonstrated the significant burden caused by comorbidities among osteoporosis patients.
Declines in testosterone levels among men who suffer an acute fracture could be leading to over-diagnosis of bone fragility among these patients, according to a study.
The drug etanercept, which is commonly used in the treatment of arthritis, has been shown to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Orthopaedic surgery can generally be considered safe for patients aged 80 and older, according to a new US population study.
A new study has shed light on the role bone marrow lesions play in causing pain for osteoarthritis patients, as well as the factors that result in them becoming more prevalent.
People with mobility impairments are significantly more likely to be smokers than those without, according to a US study of more than 13,000 people.
Lower bone mineral density could be associated with an elevated risk of heart disease, suggesting new research may be needed into the link between osteoporosis and heart failure.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to lessen the severity of osteoarthritis in mice in a new US study.