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A new study from Taiwan has associated hip fractures with an elevated risk of stroke.
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Arthritis patients who undergo total hip or knee replacements may require less postoperative care if they receive physical therapy prior to surgery, new research shows.
US research suggests many RA patients with hypertension are not being diagnosed.
A lack of sleep can lead to increased depression and disability among people with osteoarthritis.
Research from Germany shows exercise therapy can reduce pain and boost physical function for people with osteoarthritis of the hip.
People with gout have been found to be more likely to develop diabetes, a trend that is more pronounced in women than men.
Scientists believe a new plant-based compound could mean lupus treatment has fewer side effects.
Dietary-induced changes to the gut's bacterial ecosystem can alter a person's chances of inflammatory bone disease, according to new US research.
Musculoskeletal ultrasound, when added to routine rheumatologic investigation, has been shown to greatly improve the diagnosis of inflammatory arthritis.
An experimental treatment is being trialled for osteoarthritis that only needs to be administered once every year.