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Low back pain? Don’t blame the weather

Written by | 13 Aug 2014

Australian researchers reveal that sudden, acute episodes of low back pain are not linked to weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction and precipitation. Findings… read more.

Low back pain? Don't blame the weather

Written by | 13 Aug 2014

Australian researchers reveal that sudden, acute episodes of low back pain are not linked to weather conditions such as temperature, humidity, air pressure, wind direction and precipitation. Findings… read more.

Glucosamine does not stop knee cartilage deterioration or decrease knee pain in osteoarthritis

Written by | 27 May 2014

by Bruce Sylvester – Researchers from the Joints on Glucosamine study (JOG) report that oral glucosamine supplementation does not reduce knee cartilage deterioration in osteoarthritis or improve knee… read more.

Restless sleep cause pain in elderly?

Written by | 26 Feb 2014

Researchers in the U.K. report that non-restorative sleep is the strongest, independent predictor of widespread pain onset among adults over the age of 50.

ACR/ARHP 2013 Report – Triple DMARDs tops methotrexate in early rheumatoid arthritis

Written by | 21 Nov 2013

by Bruce Sylvester – Combined use of three DMARDs (disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs) for recent-onset rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is more effective than methotrexate monotherapy, researchers reported at the American… read more.

ACR/ARHP 2013 Report – Aggressive combination treatment is more effective in juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Written by | 20 Nov 2013

Children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) undergoing early and aggressive combination drug  therapy  achieve clinical inactive disease more quickly than with less aggressive therapy, researchers reported at  the… read more.

ACR/ARHP 2013 Report – Early and aggressive DMARD treatment improves outcomes in psoriatic arthritis

Written by | 19 Nov 2013

Treatment of psoriatic arthritis with early, aggressive pharmacologic intervention with disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) while utilizing a a treat-to-target approach achieves  better outcomes than  standard care,  researchers reported … read more.

ACR/ARHP 2013 Report – Anti-TNF therapy lowers risk of acute coronary syndrome in rheumatoid arthritis

Written by | 19 Nov 2013

by Bruce Sylvester – Anti-TNF treatment reduces risk of acute coronary syndrome, like heart attacks and angina, in rheumatoid arthritis patients, researchers reported at the American College of… read more.

Managing fibromyalgia

Written by | 14 May 2013

Fibromyalgia, now recognized as a true health syndrome with origins in the central nervous system, has seen many recent evolutions regarding its diagnosis and management which should instil… read more.

British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) 2013 Report – TNF switch works in Psoriatic Arthritis

Written by | 10 May 2013

Most patients with psoriatic arthritis responded well to a first-line biologic, but for many of those who didn’t initially respond, switching to another agent proved beneficial.

British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) 2013 Report – Steroid relapse can predict vasculitis damage

Written by | 10 May 2013

Patients with systemic vasculitis who require steroids for long periods or who have multiple relapses are likely to have extensive, irreversible organ damage.

The world’s first (official) biosimilar antibody goes to… Rheumatoid Arthritis

Written by | 3 Sep 2012

The end of July 2012 proved exciting for the world of biosimilar manufacturers. However, for the regulatory officials worldwide it meant more uncertainty and unknowns about proper, global… read more.

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