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Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis who are treated with denosumab can benefit from increased bone density, a low fracture rate and a favorable benefit/risk profile, according to new research.
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Chronic inflammation has been found to play an active role in accelerated ageing by a new UK study - a discovery that suggests anti-inflammatory agents can help to reverse this process.
The drug tofacitinib has been shown to offer benefits over methotrexate in inhibiting structural damage and reducing signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis in a two-year study.
Supplements of calcium and vitamin D used by many older women to protect their bone health may have excessive effects in many cases, according to US research.
Genotyping can potentially help to predict disease outcomes in rheumatoid arthritis patients, according to new research.
Musculoskeletal conditions tend to be associated with higher healthcare costs compared to other diseases, according to new research.
New research has shown the potential of biomarkers to predict long-term outcomes among juvenile idiopathic arthritis patients.
Scientists have identified a biomarker that could be used to detect arthritis patients who are more likely to respond to anti-TNF therapy.
An Arthritis Research UK-backed team has received funding to study a new treatment model for patients with musculoskeletal problems.
A new study involving animals has shown that regular exercise can be beneficial in suppressing inflammation in rheumatic disease patients.