A small study revealed encouraging news for patients whose rheumatoid arthritis didn’t respond to medications such as biologics.
The medication is already FDA-approved to treat psoriasis.
“Pain and poor quality of sleep have a huge impact on a patient’s daily life, especially on their mental health.”
The catch: Additional knee surgery will probably be in your future.
But more research is needed to investigate a possible link to lymphoma.
This is reassuring news for parents of children with inflammatory arthritis.
Weight loss should be a key part of treatment, say researchers.
Steroids can help treat hand OA symptoms, which may be a sign that hand OA is more inflammatory than previously thought.
This is good news for patients who are worried about the long-term cardiovascular risks of RA.
Medical marijuana and CBD are all the rage right now. Here’s what we know about who is using these products to manage arthritis — and why.
This is why it may be important to tailor weight loss resources to different types of arthritis.