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Johnson & Johnson and Schering-Plough Corp.’s experimental inflammatory disease drug improved joint and skin symptoms in people with arthritis, who told researchers they also felt and functioned better with the medicine.
2008/10/27
Chronic diseases such as back pain and arthritis are forcing many older Australians out of work and costing the economy US$10 billion dollars a year, a study released Sunday said.
2008/10/20
Women in particular are bothered when red clusters of small veins appear near the surface of the skin on their thighs or in the hollow of their knees.
2008/10/14
Far too many Americans are dying of dangerous blood clots that can masquerade as simple leg pain, says a major new government effort to get both patients and their doctors to recognize the emergency in time.
2008/9/16
Newborns who breastfeed while doctors obtain a blood sample from a heel experience much less discomfort than babies given sugar water during this routine newborn procedure, new research shows.
2008/9/7
Headaches associated with air travel appear to be a “huge and painful problem,” Israeli researchers report.
2008/8/29
Custom-fit insoles may help ease foot pain caused by high arches, rheumatoid arthritis and certain other conditions, a research review suggests.
2008/7/25
Women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are more likely to have abnormal body fat distribution, especially those with a normal weight, compared with men with RA or women without the disease.
2008/7/13
Cold sores, the painful blemishes of the mouth caused by the herpes simplex virus, may become a thing of the past, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday in the British weekly journal Nature.
2008/7/4
People with arthritis of the knee seem to find walking a relatively long distance less painful if they put shock absorbing insoles in their shoes, according to results of a study reported at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine in Indianapolis.
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