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US researchers have identified a key mechanism that steroids use to reduce inflammation, opening the door for the development of new anti-inflammatory drugs that avoid the harmful side effects of steroids.
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Diclofenac tablets, which are used to treat pain and inflammation, are to be reclassified as a prescription-only medicine in the UK.
Older women who are satisfied with their lives generally have a higher bone density and are less likely to suffer from osteoporosis, according to research.
A web-based intervention with social support features and a gamified design has been shown to help rheumatoid arthritis patients to achieve better outcomes.
A new study has indicated that body fat mass reductions can predict lumbar spine bone loss in women.
A comparative study of a number of knee osteoarthritis therapies has shed light on their relative efficacy, as well as their proven pain relief benefits and advantages over placebo.
A new review has cast light on the varying effects arthritis drugs such as anti-TNFs, methotrexate, NSAIDs and corticosteroids can have on cardiovascular health.
Daily teriparatide treatment can be just as effective in men with osteoporosis as it is in postmenopausal women, according to a new study.
Abatacept dose reduction may be an option in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis and a poor prognosis who are able to achieve reduced disease activity levels.
A new study from King's College London has debunked the assumption that growing older is necessarily associated with an increase in physical frailty.