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Peter Grinspoon MD May 7
If your aging canines are limping around: "In the veterinary study, CBD significantly decreased pain and increased mobility in a dose-dependent fashion among animals with an affirmative diagnosis of osteoarthritis"
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Pain News Network Aug 6
Two more clinical trials are underway in the U.S. and Canada exploring the use of in treating .
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NIHR Research Jul 23
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Caramel & Parsley Jul 28
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David Hunter Aug 4
Do you suffer from moderate knee pain due to ? Participating in one of our clinical trials may be an option
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Kristie Leong M.D. Jul 2
A 2013 study found that women & older men w/knee were more likely to be hospitalized for than those w/o arthritis. fuels both conditions. Eating an diet may lower the risk of both!
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Pain News Network Jun 19
An experimental non-opioid reliever is effective in treating low , according to a large new study. But is it worth the safety risks?
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Poulami Datta Jun 15
Last one Osteoarthritis related research paper finally published. Can’t be enough thankful to my mentor without whose support won’t be possible Effect of autotaxin inhibition in a surgically-induced mouse model of ...
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Tuhina Neogi, MD, PhD Aug 3
Hot off the press! Intriguing post-hoc analysis of CANTOS RCT data: canakinumab (Interleukin-1β inhibitor) was associated with lower risk of hip and knee replacement. DMOAD or symptom modifier in ?
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Healio Rheumatology Jul 20
was associated with a 29% lower risk for compared with another antiplatelet agent, clopidogrel, during a 5-year follow-up period, said researchers
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Amine Korchi MD Jun 15
Embolization if knee is significantly more effective in reducing than a sham procedure ! This is a great news for millions of patients !
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David Hunter Aug 11
Who knew that might be a good resource? 😉Giving a talk on disease modification in - the list is reasonably comprehensive, albeit some of the details are a little out of date
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Scripps Health May 31
As we age, one of the most common health problems that we all face is chronic joint pain and stiffness due to arthritis. The most common type is , and symptoms may range from mild discomfort to disabling pain, swelling and stiffness. More ➡️
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Medical Xpress May 12
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UCSF Imaging Aug 4
methods have recently shown potential to serve as an aid for clinicians with limited time or experience in grading of the knee menisci & cartilage. The latest from -->
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Neck is cramping up. Oucccchhhhhhhhhh.
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Helen French Jul 21
JOB ADVERT: Post-doctoral fellow for 4 year funded project on developing a model of care for (deferred due to COVID19). Closing date 30/7. . Link here . Please RT
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Jeroen Geurts May 25
Let's try something new: webinar on latest papers! Featuring Prof Jessica Bertrand who discuss her team's work on BCP crystals and Wnt signaling in cartilage. Tune in Thursday 28 May at 3 pm (CET)
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Kate Thomas Jun 27
New paper and the first so far as part of Brendon's PhD 🥂 Cardiopulmonary exercise testing in severe osteoarthritis: a crossover comparison of four exercise modalities. 🏃🚣🚴
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Bone & Joint Research Jul 5
Surgeons report that the patient-specific unicompartmental knee provided mechanics closer to those of the normal joint. The decreased contact stress on the opposite compartment may reduce the overall risk of progressive
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