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A strong relationship between physical activity and health-related utility levels has been observed in a study of patients with or at risk for osteoarthritis.
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Nocturnal knee pain and sleep problems have been shown to be a growing risk in patients with osteoarthritis, impacting their quality of life.
Arthritis Research UK-supported scientists have received funding for a new study that will assess improved ways of treating patients with sciatica.
New research into inflammasomes has suggested that rheumatoid arthritis could be treated more effectively if categorised as a syndrome, rather than a single disease.
UK scientists have developed a software concept that will allow clinicians to create 3D printed wrist splints for arthritis sufferers in future without the need for prior expertise.
A new study has shown that rheumatoid arthritis patients would accept treatments with lower efficacy and greater risk to achieve lower duration and frequency.
A new US study has demonstrated that a large proportion of knee replacements could be classified as inappropriate.
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.
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.