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Research explores link between a baby’s movement in the womb and increased risk of osteoarthritis

16 March 2017

Pioneering technology is being used to explore whether movements in the womb lead to joint abnormalities and an increased risk of osteoarthritis later in life.

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Research into movement in elite sports could help to prevent and treat osteoarthritis

16 March 2017

Our research to understand the way athletes move will be used to develop new approaches to treat the pain of osteoarthritis.

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Giving people with arthritis a voice to explain why work matters

16 March 2017

Thanks to your support, the first stage of our Work Matters to Me campaign has ensured people with arthritis have been given an opportunity to explain to policymakers why work matters to them.

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Everyday exercises for everyday life

16 March 2017

To help encourage people with joint pain to keep moving, we've launched the Everyday exercises for everyday life programme.

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Investing in research to understand more about chronic pain

25 November 2016

Uncovering new ideas and investing in breakthrough treatments is at the heart of what we do. But we don't just rely on our researchers to come up with groundbreaking ideas - you play a part too.

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Get behind our campaign to close the "arthritis work gap"

25 November 2016

Find out more about our Work matters to me campaign so people with arthritis who want to work are given the opportunity to find and remain in work.

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Could the answer to tackling the pain of osteoarthritis be hiding in caterpillar fungus?

25 November 2016

Scientists at The University of Nottingham are investigating if the compound cordycepin, found in parasitic fungi living on caterpillars, could be used as a painkiller for osteoarthritis.

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Design awards spark bright ideas to help people with arthritis

25 November 2016

Got an idea that could help people with arthritis? We’ve teamed up with the Design Council to fund aspiring inventors.

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"Cloudy" research suggests rainfall and sunshine may affect chronic pain

25 November 2016

Could the weather affect your pain levels? Early findings from the Cloudy with a Chance of Pain study suggest so.

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Big ideas and little changes – our CEO shares renewed ambition to change lives today and tomorrow

25 November 2016

We asked our Chief Executive Officer Dr Liam O’Toole to share how little changes to our approach will help everybody live fuller lives with arthritis today and without it tomorrow.

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