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New joint lubrication technique 'could aid arthritis treatment'

20 August 2014

US researchers have developed a means of binding natural lubricant to surfaces, offering a new way of easing the pain of arthritic joints or keep artificial joints working smoothly.

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Musculoskeletal pain 'can increase risk of insomnia'

18 August 2014

Musculoskeletal pain associated with rheumatic conditions can increase a person's risk of insomnia, according to a new study.

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Obese women with low bone density 'at increased risk of fracture'

15 August 2014

Women with severe obesity and a relatively low bone mineral density are at increased risk of fracture, according to new research.

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Lack of vitamin D 'increases fracture risk in older women'

14 August 2014

A new five-year study has demonstrated a link between vitamin D insufficiency and an increased fracture risk in older women

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Parasitic worm molecule 'could aid treatment of rheumatoid arthritis'

13 August 2014

A molecule found in parasitic worms could form the basis of new therapy approaches for autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, according to a study.

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Subcutaneous tocilizumab approved for rheumatoid arthritis in Scotland

12 August 2014

A new subcutaneous formulation of the drug tocilizumab has been accepted for use on the NHS in Scotland for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

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New UK study reveals fresh insight into how osteoarthritis develops

11 August 2014

UK researchers have found a new substance in the hip joints of osteoarthritis patients that could help to explain how the disease develops.

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New study demonstrates potential cure for rheumatoid arthritis in mice

07 August 2014

Researchers in Zurich have developed a new therapy that has successfully cured mice with rheumatoid arthritis for the first time.

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Vitamin D deficiencies 'can lead to increased heart disease risk in lupus patients'

06 August 2014

A new study has demonstrated how lower levels of vitamin D can increase cardiovascular risk and disease activity among lupus patients.

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Higher body mass 'linked to less aggressive forms of rheumatoid arthritis'

05 August 2014

Greater body mass has been associated with a reduced level of radiographic progression in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

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