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Calcium supplementation for five years has no effect on total fracture incidence among postmenopausal women, a ten-year study has revealed.
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A new review of accumulated evidence has called into question the benefits of vitamin D pills on bone strength, cardiovascular health and general wellbeing.
An anti-malaria drug could be used to prevent pregnancy complications in women with lupus, according to a new US study.
Hormone replacement therapy after a knee or hip replacement can cut the risk of repeat surgery by around 40 per cent, a new UK study has shown.
A new study has compared NSAID treatments to hyaluronic acid injections for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, finding the latter option offers certain safety benefits.
Being in a stable relationship or marriage has been associated with improved bone health among men, according to a new study of the influence of social factors on bone strength.
An extra dose of rituximab can help to improve clinical response in rheumatoid arthritis patients who show certain signs of failing to respond to treatment after four weeks.
The University of Delaware has developed a smart hydrogel that can deliver medicine on demand in response to mechanical force, opening up new possibilities for arthritis treatment.
A new study has shown the benefits of rheumatoid arthritis patients switching to rituximab treatment following the failure of anti-TNF therapy, rather than choosing a second anti-TNF.
Stem cell injections following meniscus knee surgery may provide pain relief for arthritis patients, as well as aiding in meniscus regrowth.