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Lowering inflammation levels may help treat your arthritis symptoms *and* lift your mood.
The arthritis itself wasn't what was fatal. These co-occurring diseases were the likely culprit.
Here’s a look at how arthritis care can vary dramatically across America.
People with chronic physical conditions are more likely to have mental health problems, and vice versa. But it turns out that there's an especially close link between arthritis and depression.
Having multiple co-occurring diseases, such as diabetes or depression, may make your psoriasis harder to manage.
Wondering if your doctor would approve medical marijuana being legalized? It turns out, they probably do.
If you have psoriatic arthritis (PsA), you’re well aware of the way the inflammatory disease can affect your skin (red, silvery, scaly patches) and your joints (stiffness, swelling, and pain in any of the body’s joints — knees, shoulders, neck,...
A growing body of research suggests that statins may affect joint pain for either better or worse.
If you have an autoimmune disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, the jury’s still out on whether the new shingles vaccine is safe for you.
Some 30 million Americans live with osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis that tends to afflict knees and hips. It’s well known that those who are older and obese, have prior joint injury, and a family history of knee...
If you or someone you sleep with has sleep apnea, you likely associate it with disruptive snoring and wheezing while they snooze. If you’re up on the latest science about the risks of sleep apnea, you may have read that...