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Encouraging autonomy and self-regulation 'can help rheumatoid arthritis patients stay active'

01 February 2016

Supporting patient autonomy and teaching self-regulation skills should be the key to promoting physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis patients, a new study has shown.

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Vitamin D levels 'can impact walking recovery after hip fracture'

29 January 2016

Vitamin D levels can have an impact on the likelihood of walking recovery among patients healing after a hip fracture, according to a study.

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Study shows long-term benefits of golimumab therapy for psoriatic arthritis

29 January 2016

A new study has shown the long-term outcome benefits associated with golimumab treatment for psoriatic arthritis.

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New study confirms link between weight loss and knee osteoarthritis improvements

25 January 2016

A new study has established a dose-response relationship between weight loss and symptomatic improvement in people with knee osteoarthritis.

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New bone biopsy method highlights link between diabetes and osteoporosis

21 January 2016

A new virtual bone biopsy technique has highlighted a link between diabetes and osteoporosis and revealed a method for identifying why people with diabetes are at risk of bone fractures.

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Genetics 'can influence osteoarthritis patients' sensitivity to knee pain'

21 January 2016

A new study has highlighted the role genetics can play in influencing knee pain sensitivity in osteoarthritis patients.

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Textile dust exposure 'could increase rheumatoid arthritis risk'

19 January 2016

Occupational exposure to textile dust could greatly increase a person's risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study.

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New biosimilar version of etanercept approved in Europe

19 January 2016

The first subcutaneous anti-TNF biosimilar drug for the treatment of arthritis has been approved in Europe.

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Bone marrow lesions 'can help predict progression of joint disease'

18 January 2016

Bone marrow lesions can help predict the speed of progression of joint diseases such as osteoarthritis, according to research.

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Better NHS service provision 'could help prevent secondary fractures'

14 January 2016

A survey of NHS healthcare professionals has highlighted the need for improvements to service delivery to ensure secondary prevention of fractures after an initial hip fracture.

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