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Familial history of rheumatoid arthritis or lupus can combine with environmental factors to increase women's risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis themselves, according to a new study.
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An international research group has underlined the need for exercise as a means of preventing falls and fractures among older people.
A new method of selectively inhibiting immune functions could form the basis of new treatments for osteoporosis and autoimmune disease, according to US researchers.
A new study has highlighted the high treatment persistence rates associated with denosumab among osteoporosis patients, thus adding to the effectiveness of the therapy.
A team from Queen Mary University of London have been able to develop antibodies that are specific to damaged arthritic cartilage, meaning they could avoid the side effects associated with other arthritis therapies.
The positive impact of calcium supplements on bone mineral density among older men is not generally sustained in any substantial way once supplementation is ceased, according to a new study from New Zealand.
Two international studies led by the University of Malaya have outlined the development of new technology to enable the creation of biomedical implants with the ability to accelerate bone healing in a personalised manner.
The rheumatoid arthritis drug market will grow significantly in the next ten years, according to new research.
A new drug called odanacatib has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of osteoporotic hip, spine and non-vertebral fractures in a clinical trial.
A new study carried out in Newcastle has suggested that osteoporosis could be going under-diagnosed and under-treated among people over the age of 85.