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A German study has demonstrated the effectiveness of multipurpose exercise programmes in reducing fracture risk in early postmenopausal osteopenic women.
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A Swedish population study has shed new light on the prevalence of ankylosing spondylitis, including the role played by gender differences, environmental factors and socioeconomic background.
A new UK study has offered evidence of seasonal changes in immune system activity that could explain why conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis tend to be aggravated in winter.
New research has identified erectile dysfunction as a common and often severe issue for men with gout, suggesting the need for routine screening.
A new study has shown that physical inactivity is associated with narrower intervertebral discs and a greater risk of low back pain and disability.
Researchers studying leukaemia patients have identified a way of reversing resistance to glucocorticoids, a widely used category of rheumatoid arthritis therapies.
A new study has shown that a person's risk of falling increases in correlation to the number of osteoarthritis-affected joints they have.
Weight maintenance programmes can help to relieve knee osteoarthritis symptoms in obese patients, according to a new study.
US researchers are developing a biologic injectable gel that encourages self-healing of cartilage as a means of treating and preventing osteoarthritis.
A synthetic version of a chemical found in broccoli has shown promise as an osteoarthritis therapy in a new UK study.