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Early surgery for hip fractures in older people may significantly improve outcomes for patients, according to the scientists behind a new Canadian study.
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The latest National Hip Fracture Audit for the UK has revealed significant variations in survival rates for hip operation patients in different regions of the country.
Patients with chronic diseases such as arthritis are at greater risk of dying from cancer, according to a new study - a discovery that underlines the importance of coordinated care.
A new non-toxic therapy that suppresses lupus has been tested in the US, potentially paving the way for a treatment keeps the disease in remission without the use of toxic drugs.
New research has uncovered genetic variations that could explain why some women taking osteoporosis drugs such as bisphosphonates are at risk of atypical fractures in the long bones in their legs.
A new study has demonstrated for the first time that diminished bone strength and osteoporosis are potential complications for type 2 diabetes patients.
A new EU report has estimated that more than 22 million women aged between 50-84 suffer from osteoporosis in the region, creating a significant health burden.
A University of Manchester team has been granted EU funding to carry out new research into the genetic determinants of osteoarthritis and other skeletal diseases.
Social media has been shown in a study to be an effective way of engaging lupus patients, providing them with health information and helping them make connections with other community members.
Women with chronic autoimmune diseases who take immunosuppressive medications will not put the health of their baby at risk, according to a new study.