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New UK research has challenged the assumption that people with rheumatoid arthritis always take their medication as prescribed.
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Research is being carried out to try to determine if stress can cause flare-ups in people who have juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
Our major new research centre, aimed at tackling the impact of musculoskeletal conditions on people’s ability to work, was launched earlier this year. Jane Tadman reports.
Readers of Arthritis Today who have osteoarthritis of the knee are being invited to contribute to the design of a new website that will help you manage pain through exercise.
Henry Synge and Charlie Eyre wanted to do something extraordinary to support us – so they decided to take part in a motorised rickshaw race across India.
A summary of some of the research grants we've awarded recently, including research into improving knee surgery and maintaining exercise in people with inflammatory arthritis.
For years teenagers with arthritis were a neglected patient group. Thanks to the Arthritis Research UK Centre for Adolescent Rheumatology, all that is now changing.
Employees at Patterson Medical in Nottingham took part in a cycle challenge on to launch their 2015 charity of the year partnership with us.
Find out about the grants we awarded from January to April 2015.
After pain, fatigue is the symptom that has the greatest impact on the lives of people with inflammatory arthritis. Jane Tadman reports on what needs to be done.