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A new study found that methotrexate didn’t reduce the risk of heart attacks in people without arthritis.
Here’s why the disease progresses, what to expect, and how to stop it.
The guidelines address tailoring recommendations for people with inflammatory arthritis and advise when to use medications beyond statins.
This newer class of medications are becoming prescribed more often.
Could a lack of health insurance coverage of back pain remedies be contributing to the opioid crisis?
A new study found a possible connection between checkpoint inhibitor drugs and rheumatological conditions.
'Treat to target' means your doctor should set a specific goal for you and treat you as intensely as needed to make that goal happen.
Many RA patients are supposed to take methotrexate once a week but often miss a dose. A weekly reminder via text message could make all the difference.
RA studies aren't usually designed in a way that makes the results easily translatable to regular patients, according to a recent analysis of almost 100 clinical trials.
Most people are quick to reach for a pain reliever when they get a bad headache, and they wouldn’t hesitate to apply a cream for a rash. But convincing someone to take — and keep taking — medication for an...
There's no clear evidence that drugs like DMARDs and/or TNF inhibitors make people ankylosing spondylitis more likely to be hospitalized from infection.