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Detecting synovitis in rheumatoid arthritis with PET imaging, causes and treatment

Detecting synovitis in rheumatoid arthritis with PET imaging, causes and treatmentSynovitis can be detected with the use of positron emission tomography (PET) imaging in rheumatoid arthritis, according to new research.

Synovitis is a condition where inflammation occurs in the lining of the joint – known as the synovium. Swelling, redness …

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Treat osteoarthritis pain related fatigue by improving sleep habits

Treat osteoarthritis pain related fatigue by improving sleep habits

Treat osteoarthritis pain related fatigue by improving sleep habitsOsteoarthritis pain related fatigue can be combated by improving sleep habits, according to research. Osteoarthritis pain can contribute to fatigue by keeping the sufferer awake at night. The result is groggy mornings and all-day fatigue, which can accumulate over many …

Crepitus knee pain and arthritis

Crepitus knee pain and arthritisCrepitus, although typically harmless, can be a sign of arthritis. Crepitus is a condition characterized by the popping, cracking or grinding of the joints in the body. It is most common in joint or knee cracking. It can even be …

Exercise can improve your arthritis

Exercise can improve your arthritisExercise can seem near impossible if you have arthritis pain. Arthritis is a condition which affects the joints, and there are over 100 different types of arthritis. No one is immune to developing arthritis; it affects an estimated 50 million …

Yoga eases arthritis symptoms, improves energy and mood

Yoga eases arthritis symptoms, improves energy and moodYoga is an ancient practice involving a combination of physically challenging postures, said to improve both energy and mood, and is now becoming an activity of choice for many people dealing with the symptoms of arthritis.

Historical research suggests that …

Rheumatoid arthritis breakthrough: Gene regulating severity of tissue damage identified

Rheumatoid arthritis breakthrough: Gene regulating severity of tissue damage identifiedRecently, there was a scientific breakthrough on the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis (RA); a team of researches uncovered a protein that helps regulate the severity of tissue damage caused by RA. This discovery is going to provide a quicker …

Osteoarthritis, joint replacement and heart attack closely linked

OsteoarthritisThe age old saying for rheumatic fever – licks the joints but bites the heart – is now coming true for arthroplasty, commonly referred to as joint replacement surgery.

The question of whether surgical interventions to improve joint health …

Scientists inspired by newts for new osteoarthritis treatment

newts for osteoarthritisA famous physicist once said, look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. That’s exactly what the scientists at University of York did to develop effective stem cell treatment for osteoarthritis. The team studied the amazing capacity …

Facts about psoriatic arthritis

Causes and treatment for psoriatic arthritisThere are over 100 different types of arthritis, ranging from mild to quite severe. Arthritis commonly effects the joints as a result of inflammation. Arthritis can affect anyone at any age and nearly three out of five people living with …

Should you exercise if you have arthritis?

Exercising with arthritis

If we have an underlying health condition, like arthritis, exercise may be difficult and almost scary. No matter the benefits, if we think exercising will increase our pain, it’s likely we’ll avoid it. Here’s what you need to know about …

Mood affects pain in rheumatoid arthritis patients

Mood affects pain rheumatoid arthritisResearchers from Penn State University have found a link between mood and pain experienced in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

“We found evidence consistent with a common, but largely untested, contention that mood in the moment is associated with fluctuation in pain …

Facts about osteoarthritis


Osteoporosis is a condition that affects the bones. Bones become brittle and more likely to fracture. Osteoarthritis, on the other hand, is a painful form of arthritis that affects the joints in the body. Both conditions can …

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