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US scientists have profiled the molecular pathways that allow zebrafish to regrow lost bone cells, a principle that could be applied to help human patients affected by bone loss in future.
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A new study has highlighted the importance of tailoring osteoporosis treatment approaches around individual patient preferences.
An automated system to identify high-risk osteoporosis patients being treated for fractures that generates letters to encourage follow-up therapy has shown benefits in a new US study.
Reduced kidney function is more likely to develop in patients with rheumatoid arthritis than those who do not suffer from the disease.
A new European study has demonstrated the potential benefits of tocilizumab add-on and switch strategies in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
The individual reactions of rheumatoid arthritis patients to their conditions - in terms of concern, symptom burden and emotional impact - play an important role in determining whether or not their treatment regimens are escalated.
New research has revealed global variations in the use of the proven FRAX system of calculating osteoporosis risk, with some countries - such as the UK - using it much more frequently than others.
Calcium supplementation for five years has no effect on total fracture incidence among postmenopausal women, a ten-year study has revealed.
A new review of accumulated evidence has called into question the benefits of vitamin D pills on bone strength, cardiovascular health and general wellbeing.
An anti-malaria drug could be used to prevent pregnancy complications in women with lupus, according to a new US study.