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A major European study has provided further evidence and understanding of the elevated risk of gastrointestinal events among patients receiving NSAID therapy for a rheumatic condition.
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Obesity in men has been found to lead to reductions in bone and muscle mass, putting them at increased risk for conditions such as osteoporosis.
Being overweight during childhood has been associated with an increased risk of knee mechanical joint pain, stiffness and dysfunction among adult men, regardless of whether they are still overweight later in life.
Significant disparities in the speed with which UK children with lupus are diagnosed have been highlighted by a new study.
Peripheral neuropathy has been shown in a new study to be more closely associated with lupus than was previously thought.
Scientists in the US have made progress on the development of a new type of artificial tissue that can mimic the strength and flexibility of human cartilage, offering potential for future joint repair operations.
A combination of glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate has been shown to reduce the loss of cartilage volume among osteoarthritis patients.
Osteoarthritis patients who are prescribed with conservative, non-operative management strategies tend to be relatively pessimistic about how useful this treatment will be, according to a new review of published data.
People receiving DMARD treatment for psoriatic arthritis are highly likely to experience disease recurrence if their therapy is discontinued, according to a new study.
A phase III study of the new gout therapy lesinurad has demonstrated the potential benefits of the drug, although a number of adverse side effects were also noted.