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29/08/2019 - Antibiotic link to arthritis
Taking antibiotics may lead to an increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study. More

31/07/2019 - Lyme disease more common than believed
The number of cases of tick-borne Lyme disease in the UK have been significantly underestimated, according to an analysis published today. More

09/07/2019 - New technique uses infrared to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis
Infrared light could be used to help detect and diagnose rheumatoid arthritis, thanks to a method developed by UK scientists. More

30/05/2019 - Arthritis breakthrough centres on fibroblasts
The two most common forms of arthritis are linked to two different kinds of fibroblast, British researchers reported last night. More

01/05/2019 - Global burden of musculoskeletal conditions
The global burden of musculoskeletal diseases has increased by a third this century, according to an analysis published today. More

22/01/2019 - Osteoarthritis genes unveiled
Fifty-two new genetic changes linked to osteoarthritis have been discovered in the largest genetic study of the degenerative joint disease to date, it was announced last night. More

20/09/2018 - Improvement found to lupus testing
Researchers have identified two new variants of lupus, from tests on patients in Africa. More

26/06/2018 - Be honest about persistent musculoskeletal pain 'cure'
Doctors must be more honest with patients about persistent musculoskeletal pain with no obvious cause - because it cannot be cured, according to two experts today. More

14/06/2018 - How RA treatments are reducing mortality
Programmes of intensive treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis have successfully reduced mortality to normal levels, a major European conference has been told. More

18/05/2018 - Pregnant women can take some RA drugs
Pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) could use specific drugs to treat their condition without increasing the health risks to their unborn babies, according to a new Canadian study. More

16/05/2018 - New guidance on pain conditions
Education is critical in pain management in inflammatory arthritis and osteoarthritis, according to new European guidance. More

10/05/2018 - Vertebroplasty challenged in RCT
Percutaneous vertebroplasty to repair spinal fractures does not lead to greater pain relief than a sham procedure, according to the findings of a new randomised trial. More

09/05/2018 - Fish oil part of osteoarthritis self-management
Improved diet and weight loss are crucial to self-management of osteoarthritis, according to a new analysis. More

28/03/2018 - Childhood arthritis study launched
British researchers have announced a major research project aimed at finding biomarkers that could help indicate the best treatment approach for children with arthritis. More

20/03/2018 - Osteoarthritis genes revealed
British researchers have identified nine new genes implicated in osteoarthritis, it was announced last night. More

28/02/2018 - Focus on rare autoimmune diseases
Lupus, scleroderma and vasculitis have been highlighted today for Rare Diseases Day. More

27/12/2017 - Robotic aid for spine surgery
Scientists are creating a new high-precision, sensor-based surgical robot that can help carry out spinal operations. More

06/10/2017 - Hope for lupus care improvements
Senior rheumatologists have promised measurable improvements in care from new guidelines on the diagnosis and treatment of lupus published today. More

02/08/2017 - Painkillers may hide arthritis
Researchers are investigating the possibility that long-term use of painkillers may sometime obscure underlying inflammatory arthritis. More

19/07/2017 - New arthritis genes found
Scientists investigating the genes involved in osteoarthritis have identified new links with inflammation and pain sensitisation. More

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