New research published in The FASEB Journal indicates that increasing the expression of a particular gene may help to prevent bone loss associated with postmenopausal osteoporosis. For the study, investigators… read more.
The commonly used Fracture Risk Assessment Tool (FRAX), which includes self-identified race and ethnicity information, and the Osteoporosis Self-Assessment Tool (OST), which does not, had suboptimal performance in… read more.
New research highlights potential safety concerns around women taking romosozumab, a new anti-osteoporosis drug available on the NHS. The University of Bristol-led study, published in Arthritis & Rheumatology, analysed… read more.
The typical person living with arthritis in the UK is 20% less likely to be in work than their equivalent without the condition, new research shows. And the… read more.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) has issued an update of its guideline with clinical recommendations for treatments of primary osteoporosis and low bone mass in adults. In… read more.
Researchers report that patients with knee osteoarthritis have achieved significant short-term pain relief with ultrasound-guided genicular nerve blocks (GNB), locally injected anesthetics that block nerves around the knee… read more.
An innovative technology developed at Tel Aviv University will enable bone regeneration to correct large bone defects by means of a special hydrogel. Following successful tests in an… read more.
Professor John Carey, Consultant Rheumatologist at Galway University Hospital says the best practice for assessing bone health and fracture risk is to identify people for primary prevention before… read more.
Maintaining a regular workout routine can help you look and feel great – but did you know that exercise also helps maintain your muscles and bones? People who… read more.
Aging is universal. Both osteoporosis and the bone fractures that occur as a result of osteoporosis become more likely with age. Current clinical guidelines do not recommend bed… read more.
Dietary supplementation with vitamin D does not appear to lower the risk of fractures in healthy adults, researchers reported on July 27, 2022 in the New England Journal… read more.
People with osteoporosis, a skeletal disease that thins and weakens bones, are susceptible to fracture associated with bone fragility, resulting in poor quality of life and increased mortality…. read more.