On the other hand, RA patients are less likely than those with osteoarthritis to develop a dangerous blood clot.
When it comes to management of knee arthritis, the type of osteoarthritis matters.
The research shows the urgent need for better OA treatments that could prevent disease progression.
Restless leg syndrome is more common among people with arthritis — here’s what we know about why and what you can do about it.
The catch: Additional knee surgery will probably be in your future.
Steroids can help treat hand OA symptoms, which may be a sign that hand OA is more inflammatory than previously thought.
The combination of high body fat and low muscle mass is especially risky for knee OA.
If you have wrist pain, you might wonder which could be the culprit. Here’s what you need to know.
Pain in your buttocks may be due to arthritis — here are the clues to look out for.
Think exercise is a pain in the butt? Not these. Try these moves to help relieve pain in your buttocks, lower back, and hips.