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Juvenile idiopathic arthritis patients have been shown to be more likely to experience sedentary lifestyles and shy away from active leisure pursuits, particularly when their disease activity levels are greater.
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New research has indicated that pregnancy is safer for women with lupus than previously thought, as well as identifying risk factors for those more likely to have problems.
A systematic review of published studies has shown that biologics improve both absenteeism and presenteeism rates in patients with rheumatic diseases.
Low birth weight and childhood infections can be used as a means of predicting ankylosing spondylitis in later life, according to a study.
A new study has found there is no association between daily walking and knee structural changes in people at risk of or with mild knee osteoarthritis.
A new study has shown the quality of life benefits the anti-TNF therapy golimumab in treating patients with active non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis.
A new study has indicated that the downsides of knee surgery for middle-aged or older patients may outweigh the benefits.
NICE has released a new quality standard on osteoarthritis with the aim of tackling variations in the standard of care offered to patients.
New investigational biosimilar versions of etanercept and infliximab have demonstrated equivalence to the originator medicines in pivotal phase III clinical trials.
A pair of new studies have shown how ultrasound scans can help identify rheumatoid arthritis patients in clinical remission who would benefit from more intensive treatment.