Arthritis in the News

The articles featured below include news about or mention of arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. This is page 2 of 2.

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Queensland scientists break new ground in fight against infection & chronic disease

Scientists from Queensland University in Australia are developing new treatments for acute infections, chronic inflammatory diseases and cancer. Their research could revolutionise treatments for c...

25 Nov '05 | Australia

Research indicates the best treatment strategy for early rheumatoid arthritis

A recent study has helped to identify the best treatment strategy for a patient newly diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. The study compared the four most commonly prescribed treatment strategies ...

Older Australians using cannabis for medical purposes

According to a recent study older Australians are using cannabis for medical purposes to treat a range of health problems. Chronic pain and arthritis were among the most common medical conditions f...

23 Oct '05 | Medicinal Cannabis | Australia

Maryland Univ receives $10M USD to study Traditional Chinese Medicine

Scientists at the University of Maryland's Center for Integrative Medicine have received grants worth 10 million USD from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), to ...

23 Oct '05 | Traditional Chinese Medicine | Maryland, USA

High exposure to motor oil increases chances of developing arthritis

Men who have been highly exposed to motor or hydraulic oil have a higher risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA) than other men according to a recent study in Sweden. Exposure only increased t...

25 Sep '05 | Arthritis | Sweden

Reverse shoulder replacement surgery helps patients with arthritis and rotator cuff tears

In standard replacement surgery, the ball on the humerus is removed and replaced with a metal implant that fits into a new plastic socket in the scapula. In the reverse shoulder replacement, the su...

19 Sep '05 | Arthritis | USA

Pomegranate fruit shown to slow cartilage deterioration in osteoarthritis

Pomegranate fruit extracts can block enzymes that contribute to osteoarthritis according to recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition. The study investigated the ability of an extract of p...

07 Sep '05 | Osteoarthritis | Ohio, USA

UK Health: Moves towards better care of people with long-term health conditions care

According to the UK's Chief Nursing Officer, innovation and new skills will be at the centre of improvements to the UK National Health Service (NHS), especially concerning the treatment of millions...

18 Aug '05 | Long-term conditions | UK

Brightly-coloured fruit and veg may protect against arthritis

Researchers have found that eating more brightly-coloured fruits and vegetables such as oranges, carrots and sweetcorn might help reduce the risk of developing inflammatory disorders such as rheuma...

18 Aug '05 | Arthritis | Manchester, UK

Leeds Scientists investigate effectiveness of treatments for shoulder pain

Physiotherapists and other health professionals are playing an increasing role in treating musculoskeletal conditions in primary care. Arthritis Research Campaign (arc) is funding more non-medics t...

17 Aug '05 | Shoulder Pain | Leeds, England

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