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People who suffer a fall after undergoing a hip and knee replacement are most likely to do so within one month of the operation, a new study has shown.
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A compound found in marijuana has shown potential for treating a range of autoimmune diseases, including arthritis, multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes.
A Nottingham study has confirmed that people whose family members suffer from gout are more likely to be affected by the disease themselves.
A new Australian study has detailed the often underestimated risks that non-hip, non-vertebral osteoporotic fractures can pose to the long-term health of patients.
A programme of exercise therapy has been shown in a Scandinavian study to help patients with hip osteoarthritis to avoid total hip replacement surgery.
A UK study has shown that computer navigation software can help hip replacements to be carried out more accurately and effectively.
Scientists at the University of Toronto have suggested that osteoarthritis patients who undergo hip or knee replacement surgery are less likely to suffer cardiovascular events than those who do not.
A new study has shown how brain imaging can be used to complement treatment of chronic pain conditions such as fibromyalgia, while also aiding the development of new therapies.
US research has shown how current means of diagnosing vitamin D deficiencies - an important marker of bone health - may be leading to over-diagnosis, particularly among ethnic minorities.
Sanofi and Regeneron have reported positive data from a clinical trial of an innovative new rheumatoid arthritis therapy, which has been assessed for a year among more than 1,200 patients.