osteoarthritis

Good news! This drug may improve knee osteoarthritis in people

Good news! This drug may improve knee osteoarthritis in people

Indian researchers have revealed that after three months of treatment with oral methotrexate, adults with primary knee osteoarthritis (OA...Read More

Arduous exercise may be safe for people at high knee arthritis risk

Arduous exercise may be safe for people at high knee arthritis risk

The researchers' analysis showed nearly 50 per cent of the adults at high risk for this disease did not engage in any strenuous physical ...Read More

Social isolation can increase risk of osteoarthritis: Study

Social isolation can increase risk of osteoarthritis: Study

Washington: Apart from affecting health and well-being, social isolation can also lead to osteoarthritis (arthritis) in older adults, sug...Read More

Common joint pain steroid injections may be harmful

Common joint pain steroid injections may be harmful

Boston: Common hip and knee steroid injections given to reduce pain and inflammation from arthritis may be harmful in some patients with ...Read More

Achy back? Don’t blame weather gods

Achy back? Don’t blame weather gods

Sydney/Kolkata: Think twice before blaming the weather gods for achy joints as researchers now claim that the weather plays no part in th...Read More

Hip surgery may not help improve physical activity: study

Hip surgery may not help improve physical activity: study

London: Hip replacement surgery may not improve a person’s physical activity levels, according to a new study which questions the purpose...Read More

Fish oil, Vitamin D cannot cure osteoarthritis

Fish oil, Vitamin D cannot cure osteoarthritis

Canberra: Australian researchers have debunked fish oil and vitamin D as treatments for knee osteoarthritis in a clinical trial.  The Aus...Read More

India may have 60 mn osteoarthritis cases by 2025

India may have 60 mn osteoarthritis cases by 2025

New Delhi: India may become the osteoarthritis capital of the world with over 60 million cases of the disease by 2025, doctors say. Docto...Read More

Excess use of high heels causes osteoarthritis

Excess use of high heels causes osteoarthritis

New Delhi: Excess use of high heels both in men and women is fast becoming the cause of osteoarthritis, health experts said here on Sunday.

Pain killer Paracetamol does not relieve from spinal pain

Pain killer Paracetamol does not relieve from spinal pain

Washington : Paracetamol may be the most effective to ward off pain, but it turns out the drug does not relive one from spinal pain, whic...Read More

New method to treat osteoarthritis found

New method to treat osteoarthritis found

London: Researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have developed microcapsules – just 2 microns in diameter – that can deliver drug...Read More

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Indian-origin scientist develops new way to treat osteoarthritis

London: Indian-origin researcher Tina Chowdhury from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and her team have developed a new “microcapsu...Read More

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High BP pill could ease arthritis pain

London: An inexpensive pill that treats high blood pressure and heart failure could also help ease pain in people with arthritis without ...Read More

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Arthritis could be less painful with new synthetic oil

Boston: Scientists have created a synthetic polymer that functions as a joint lubricant aimed at providing relief to arthritis patients, ...Read More

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