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If you get frequent gout attacks or have evidence that the disease has caused a visible buildup of uric acid crystals (tophi), then your doctor has likely recommended taking a preventive gout medication to protect your joints. Two options —…
This steroid is commonly prescribed to help with RA flares. Here’s what you need to know before you start it.
Corticosteroid injections can help relieve both inflammatory arthritis and osteoarthritis. Find out more if they’re a good pain relief option for you.
A new study compared infection risks among different biologics for RA — and Orencia came out ahead.
This is important news for doctors and patients to know about.
Reports of pain were similar between the drug and a placebo after four months.
New research sheds light on more ways to manage the opioid epidemic.
PASDAS is a new assessment tool that uses patient feedback about quality of life in addition to physician evaluations.
Here’s what medications doctors are likely to prescribe for PsA first.
This newer biologic may be safer and more effective than older and more commonly prescribed drugs.
If you only pay attention to current symptoms and disease activity, you might not be getting enough treatment that’s aggressive enough to protect your health in the future.