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Physical and psychosocial factors - such as awkward positions, distraction and fatigue - can significantly increase the risk of low back pain onset, according to research.
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Juvenile idiopathic arthritis patients treated with etanercept could be less susceptible to delayed and restricted growth, according to a new study.
The drug tocilizumab can be safe and effective in treating rheumatoid arthritis when offered alone or in combination with DMARD therapies, according to a new study.
A new study has indicated that exercise is associated with reductions in depressive symptoms among adults with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions.
Cognitive behavioural therapy can help patients with knee osteoarthritis to better manage the sleep disruption that can often accompany the condition.
A new study has highlighted an elevated risk of sexual dysfunction among women affected by primary Sjögren's syndrome.
Gastrointestinal and urogenital infections have been associated with a lower risk of rheumatoid arthritis, suggesting that changes in the gut microbiome could affect the chances of getting the condition.
Severe cases of rheumatoid arthritis characterised by frequent flares are more likely to contribute to poor cardiovascular health, according to research.
A new type of fluorescent probe has been developed that can be injected into a joint to make it easier to diagnose and monitor osteoarthritis.
A new UK study has shed light on a number of key factors that can prevent or encourage help-seeking among those experiencing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.