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Young black women are at highest risk of developing lupus and tend to suffer from more life-threatening complications as a result, according to a US report.
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A new study has shed light on the biological mechanisms associated with sleep loss that can increase a person's risk of suffering from inflammatory diseases.
People with psoriasis are more likely to suffer from chronic kidney disease, making it important that people with the former disease are monitored for the latter.
A recent Australian study showed that fish oil can help to promote remission among rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.
US scientists have been able to identify specific genetic triggers of age-related inflammation that lead to the onset of conditions such as arthritis, gout, Alzheimer's disease and diabetes.
NICE is updating its guidance on hip replacement and resurfacing to ensure that artificial joints provided to patients are more reliable and robust.
A new UK study has revealed that older women can reduce their risk of being affected by conditions such as arthritis by exercising regularly and avoiding smoking.
A new study from New Zealand has discovered evidence of gout in the early Maori civilisation, showing that the disease has genetic causes, rather than being a modern lifestyle-associated condition as is often assumed.
Women who walk with flat feet are 50 percent more likely than those with normal or high arches to experience back pain, according to a study from the US.
Shoes with curved soles are no better than traditional trainers for reducing lower back pain, according to a new study led by King's College London.