This adds to what we know about environmental risk factors for autoimmune-related diseases.
Learn more about what PsA is, PsA symptoms, how PsA is diagnosed, other conditions associated with PsA, and the goals of PsA treatment.
A new study found a strong link between taking antibiotics and later developing RA, but more research is needed to understand why.
Arthritis joint pain plus psoriasis skin plaques: Here’s what increases the risk of developing psoriatic arthritis.
Your SI joints connect your spine and pelvis — and they may be responsible for your lower back or buttock pain.
Bloodwork is a big part of managing inflammatory arthritis. Learn more about the different blood tests you get so you can be a more informed patient.
If any of your fingers, particularly your ring or pinky fingers, are stuck in a bent or crooked position, Dupuytren’s may be the reason. Here’s what you need to know about this treatable hand problem.
Why your arthritis diagnosis, family history, and several other factors increase your chances of developing osteoporosis.
Knowing the factors that contribute to AS risk can help you watch out for them and possibly accelerate your diagnosis and treatment.
This severe form of arthritis is much less common today, but here’s what you must know about it.
When it comes to management of knee arthritis, the type of osteoarthritis matters.