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An integrated two-part scaffold for implantation into damaged joints has been developed that could aid long-term repair of the cartilage and bone.
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A new study has highlighted underlying factors that lead to a higher risk of death following hip fracture surgery than hip replacement.
Yoga has the potential to address symptoms and improve the mood of people with arthritis, according to a new study.
A study of the relative efficacy of biologic agents indicated for use as monotherapy in rheumatoid arthritis has indicated that tocilizumab offers the best chance of success.
New NICE draft guidance has recommended a number of treatments for types of arthritis that affect the spine for NHS usage.
A seven-year study of more than 3,500 children has shown that increased physical activity can be associated with a lower fracture risk.
High fatigue levels in rheumatoid arthritis patients may be improved with treatment, indicating a link with disease activity, according to a new study.
A new European study has indicated that a causal relationship exists between joint pain and weather variables.
Vertebroplasty operations may be just as effective a means of spine augmentation for osteoporosis patients when compared to the more expensive and widely used kyphoplasty, a new study has shown.
NICE has issued draft guidance recommending a number of drugs for NHS prescription for rheumatoid arthritis patients.