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    Jun 18

    New 3D imaging analysis technique could lead to improved arthritis treatment A team at the University of Cambridge has developed a new algorithim to monitor the joints of patients with arthritis using images from CT scans. Public
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    Jun 18

    When it comes to weight loss in overweight and obese adults with knee osteoarthritis, more is better Researchers have found that overweight and obese individuals with knee osteoarthritis can significantly reduce pain and improve function and mobility with a 10% or more weight loss over an 18-month period. Public
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    Apr 24

    Junk food-loving bacteria, not extra weight, cause arthritis and joint problems, study finds Fast food diets are causing arthritis and debilitating joint pain but not by causing us to pile on the pounds, as scientists have shown an explosion of junk-hungry bacteria in the gut are responsible. Public
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    Apr 20

    Four Canadian provinces add ErelziTM (etanercept) to provincial drug plans Erelzi has been added to drug formularies in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Newfoundland for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Public
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    Apr 03

    Scientists have spent 60 years agonizing over how our knuckles crack Thankfully knuckle cracking doesn't lead to arthritis, so why do we do it?  Public
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    Apr 03

    How microgravity affects onset of the most common form of arthritis A study simulating the effects of microgravity in space that shows why astronauts are likely to experience knee problems after returning from extended missions could also give valuable insight into the progression of osteoarthritis for the rest of us here on Earth. Public
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    Feb 28

    Reality check: Can arthritis be treated with insect venom? Our Chief Science Officer weighs in on an emerging "ancient" trend of treating arthritis with insect venom.  Public
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    Feb 21

    The big surprise of cannabis legalization might be the size of the low dose market Some consumers may not be looking for a psychoactive effect at all, but a low-dose way of blunting chronic pain or anxiety. Public
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