From expert-backed tips to must-have assistive devices, here are some ways to reduce arthritis pain and discomfort when you’re getting dressed for the day.
A new study found that adults with hip osteoarthritis were more likely to have multiple falls over a year than those without the chronic illness.
New research found that arthritis and hypertension are the most common chronic illnesses among veterans, regardless of age or sex. The research also suggests that veterans are more likely to experience multiple chronic conditions (MCC) than non-veterans.
A new study examined the effectiveness of digital exercise programs, which may be especially beneficial for osteoarthritis patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The biggest similarity between rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis is that they’ve both taken parts of my life that I won’t get back — a job I loved, activities I enjoyed, and simple physical freedoms.
A new study found that cognitive behavioral talk therapy may treat sleep issues in people dealing with osteoarthritis and insomnia.
A new study suggests that NSAIDs, a common osteoarthritis pain treatment, could be making symptoms worse. But more research is needed.
When compared with patients taking acetaminophen and/or codeine, those taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs were not more likely to become infected with the novel coronavirus.
The American College of Rheumatology’s 2020 medical conference had a number of important updates that people living with osteoarthritis (or their caregivers) should know about, from the safety of steroid injections to the benefits of walking on disease progression.
Going up and down stairs may be painful if you’re living with arthritis in your knees, but these strategies can help.