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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.
Rheumatoid arthritis patients with comorbid fibromyalgia may experience greater declines in their ability to go about their everyday routines.
Seth travels to Europe to attend PARE, the patient arm of EULAR, and learns that despite everyone’s cultural, language and geographic differences patient advocates have one common thread: arthritis and a passion to help others living with it.
Study may shed light on the extremely important clinical problem of ‘ruling out Lupus’
Having gout may not just impact your joints. New research shows the connection between gout and cardiovascular disease.
Can yoga help back pain? Read what new research suggests.
According to a recent study, within 30 days of undergoing surgery, those who suffer from migraines are likelier that those who do not to be readmitted to the hospital and are at increased risk of stroke.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently extended the review period for baricitinib, a promising Janus Kinase (JAK) inhibitor, Reuters...
Uncertainty around potential health insurance changes has the chronic disease community on edge.