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A study in Arthritis Research and Therapy has found that children in remission from juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) may not actually return to "normal." The study aimed to identify whether or not the immune system of these children in the remission stage resembled the immune system of healthy...
Reuters reports that "specially angled insoles may not do much to relieve pain for people with knee osteoarthritis," according to a new review of previous studies. In reviewing 12 trials, researchers found that "people who used so-called lateral wedge insoles rated their pain about two points lower on a...
A new study in JAMA Dermatology finds that "the burdens of overall medical comorbidity and of specific comorbid diseases increase with increasing disease severity among patients with psoriasis." Although it is "conventionally considered a disease limited to the skin and joints, increasing evidence suggests...