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Fibromyalgia, a disorder that affects and amplifies the ways the brain feels pain, can “mask” underlying spondyloarthritis.
Even if each new study is correct, “it may only be one star in the sky.”
We are proud to announce we’ve hit an important milestone: The ArthritisPower community has donated over 50,000 patient reported outcomes to research!
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.
Abatacept treatment of PsA in this phase III study showed beneficial trends overall in musculoskeletal manifestations and was well tolerated.
The question when the first biologic doesn’t work is: What next?
Arthritis is the price for our ancestors surviving the Ice Age, say scientists.
A new study finds that men with gout are 31% more likely to experience erectile dysfunction (ED).
Mindfulness-based stress reduction has limited impact on chronic low back pain and the results are not sustained over time, a new study shows.
A new research study finds that RA patients who receive text message reminders tend to be more active than those who don't.
This study suggests that even a few days’ use is associated with an increased risk, but it may not be as clear as the authors suggest.