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A US study has revealed the common conception that the drug Allopurinol worsens acute gout attacks may be false.
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New research suggests taking paracetamol may suppress emotions.
Research has identified that gout patients, and particularly women, are more at risk of developing vascular disease.
The British Chiropractic Association has reported an increase in the number of young people suffering from back and neck problems.
Ultrasound-detected inflammation can be an effective way of predicting radiographic progression in hand osteoarthritis after five?years, a new study has shown.
A new study has shown how fracture liaison services could help prevent fractures, reduce mortality rates and minimise healthcare costs among osteoporosis patients.
Children born prematurely or at a low birth weight could be at an increased risk of hip arthroplasty for osteoarthritis in adult life, according to a study.
Higher levels of vitamin D may decrease pain and improve function in obese individuals with osteoarthritis, according to new US research.
A new Swiss study has highlighted a link between depression and a higher risk of experiencing joint diseases such as arthritis.
A new study has indicated that paracetamol is not effective in the treatment of spinal pain and provides negligible benefits for osteoarthritis, challenging existing UK recommendations.