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In tests, seven out of 10 patients who took the newly-approved drug experienced improvements in their skin of at least 90 percent, and 80 percent saw cleared or almost cleared skin.
Can smart home technology help chronic disease patients lead more comfortable lives?
Researchers at University of California have created and are testing artificial tissue, which appears to be up to six times as strong as natural cartilage.
Eating more fish -- rather than fish oil supplements -- might be associated with lower rheumatoid arthritis disease activity.
“Being in intense pain is such an isolating experience, especially when the cause is invisible to most people”
Over 100 members of the CreakyJoints community came together and shared valuable advice, practices, and encouragement throughout the day on twitter.
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Abatacept treatment of PsA in this phase III study showed beneficial trends overall in musculoskeletal manifestations and was well tolerated.
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.
A broad misunderstanding abounds about how much vitamin D is necessary, and what to do when one lacks sufficient amounts of it.