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Study finds timing infliximab before surgery didn't make much difference in the risk of infection.
Dr. David O'Reilly a friendly rheumatologist from the UK recently published some facts about gout. Click to learn more.
If the war seems difficult for the majority of us, it can be overwhelming for the youngest of us who suffer from juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
"By telling our personal stories about living with arthritis, we can help ensure that elected officials make wise decisions about legislation that makes medications and treatments accessible"
Report makes recommendations for an agenda to help expand and improve cannabis research efforts and better inform future public health decisions.
A study finds that those who are socioeconomically disadvantaged are likelier to experience pain and pain-related disability.
Study finds that PsA patients had more cardiovascular, respiratory, and infectious diseases than the control group.
New research discourages thinking of individual foods in isolation and indicates that a diet combining the healthy foods can be more protective against RA than the sum of its parts.
There is strong evidence that muscle strengthening programs can improve pain and daily function, reduce symptoms, and optimize quality of life.
The book features more than 50 easy-to-follow recipes meant to help manage inflammation.
The CreakyJoints Patient Charter can help you be proactive and get the most out of your doctor appointments.
Rheumatologists and orthopedists created new guidelines with recommendations for the perioperative management of anti-rheumatic therapy.
Susanna, a nursing student and CJ intern, shares her experience at the Rheumatology Nurses Conference.
Many patients tell us that they can “feel the weather in their bones”. Here is what the research says.
The study relied on a “really carefully thought out” enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) test to detect drug levels in breast milk.
Are most people with osteoarthritis able to maintain a level of activity that will improve their condition? A new study says yes.