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A study suggests that factors in adolescence, including smoking and depressive symptoms, may influence women's future risk of osteoporosis.
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A Canadian study has shed light on factors that determine whether or not a patient is likely to benefit from knee or hip replacement surgery.
Research suggests that low testosterone in men may be associated with an increased risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
A US study could help doctors to predict when menopause-related bone loss may start.
Osteopathy can help to ease pain, minimise reliance on prescription drugs and reduce the need for surgery among patients with chronic low back pain, new research suggests.
A large analysis of data from previous studies indicates that smoking has a harmful effect on healing following a fracture.
A protein called lubricin could form the basis of a new treatment for osteoarthritis, according to early laboratory research.
Research suggests that regular exercise in early life may help to reduce fracture risk as people get older.
A study suggests that osteoarthritis patients who undergo hip replacement surgery often benefit from a reduced risk of heart failure, depression and diabetes as well.
Experts hope that new European guidelines on the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis will inform national policies.