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In a recent study conducted by our research team, we were surprised to find that only one-third of people with high disease activity were offered adjustments to their treatment.
We surveyed 250 people and found that 59% of women with inflammatory arthritis had fewer children than they desired. Read more about the study.
Women who have lupus and who are obese tend to report worse outcomes when it comes to disease activity, depression, pain, and fatigue.
New Research: Lupus patients who consume more omega-3 fatty acids tend to sleep better and to experience decreased depressive symptoms.
Study finds that most RA, PsA, and AS patients can switch from infliximab (Remicade) to biosimilar CT-P13 without losing safety or effectiveness.
Over 11,500 patients have enrolled in ArthritisPower, our patient-led, patient-centered research registry for joint, bone, and inflammatory skin conditions.
Arthritis patients with resolved hepatitis B infection, who received disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) such as methotrexate, were unlikely to have the hepatitis B resurface.
Gout may be associated with greater risk of severe knee osteoarthritis, which in turn requires total knee replacement surgery.
New research demonstrates that twins of lupus patients are at an increased risk of also contracting lupus or another autoimmune disease.
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.”