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New research shows depression and anxiety relate to early RA disease activity.
According to new research, obesity -- both in childhood and adulthood -- increases the risk of hip and knee osteoarthritis.
ACR issues policy principals that urge federal officials to adopt as they consider drug policy changes affecting the health care of chronically ill Americans.
“Large-scale longitudinal studies will be essential to draw firm conclusions regarding PsA-associated risk for treatment-induced malignancy,” the researchers noted.
When physicians aim to achieve remission for rheumatoid arthritis patients, the patients fare better than do those whose doctors target low disease activity.
Researchers found an association between obesity and less effectiveness of tumour necrosis factor inhibitors (TNFi).
Extended study reinforces the importance of early interventions for rheumatoid arthritis.
The FDA findings are based upon a Dec. 2016 study of more than 24,000 osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis patients.
“Now that we have uncovered this connection, we hope that it opens a door for treatment options for people living with either disease.” – Dr. Firestein
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Poring over data from more than 123,000 people in two different studies, Harvard researchers identified five lifestyle practices that can extend life.
May is almost over, and what did I do for arthritis awareness? I lived.
While getting over being able to play basketball was difficult, missing out on those Saturday mornings hanging out with everything was tougher to get over.
We collectively wanted to let the audience know that treating osteoarthritis involves more than treating just the affected joint(s).
If your physician has hugged you, how did you feel about that, both in the moment and with the benefit of hindsight?
On its face, it seems like a pretty simple question. Can and should patients record their meetings with their physicians?
Researchers reveal that patients with self-reported gluten sensitivities, which aren’t diagnosed as Celiac disease, might actually be plagued by fructan.
Eating more fish -- rather than fish oil supplements -- might be associated with lower rheumatoid arthritis disease activity.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association questions the impact energy drinks have on users’ hearts when compared to other drinks with similar amounts of caffeine.
Tips and solutions for common problems patients face with their healthcare providers.
Amid political arguments on both sides of the aisle, three recent studies draw upon data, rather than ideology, to suggest a tie between lack of coverage and negative health results.