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    New Arthritis Pain Reliever Medication Eliminate Need of Injections

    New Arthritis Pain Reliever Medication  Xeljanz medication would eliminate need for insulin injections and boost patients’ quality of life.Scientists behind the idea believe this new Arthritis Pain Reliever Medication has the potential to revolutionize the rheumatoid arthritis treatment, which affects around eight million people in Britain.Instead of taking powerful anti–inflammatory drugs every day to cope with the pain, patients could cut down on pills and simply go along to the hospital once a year for a jab The breakthrough treatment would cost £250 a year because it involves a relatively cheap class of rheumatoid arthritis drugs – bisphosphonates – already widely used to treat the bone–wasting illness osteoporosis.More than million peoples in…

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    New Research: Arthritis Linked To at least 8 Types Of Cancers

    Lung cancer:Rheumatoid Arthritis Research Show it connected to the  lung-cancer risk and maybe because smoking raises the chances of getting Rheumatoid Arthritis in the first place.Although,, that even the people who don’t smoke with Rheumatoid Arthritis have a slightly higher risk of the getting lung cancer. Skin cancer:Rheumatoid Arthritis Research discover that melanoma, the most threatening type of the skin cancer, is commonly in the people who take TNF inhibitors, possibly because these drugs suppress the immune system.A 2007 study found that the people with Rheumatoid Arthritis who take TNF inhibitors have more than double the risk of melanoma as Rheumatoid Arthritis patients who do not, although the actual risk…

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    How To Find The Right Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment For Your Symptoms

    Psoriatic Arthritis Treatment is anything but one-size-fits-all. Quite the opposite, your treatment needs to be customized to your unique needs based on the severity of your symptoms, the joints affected, other health problems you may have, and what drugs may or may not be appropriate for you. Researchers have found a connection between vitamin D deficiency and psoriatic arthritis. A study published in August 2015 in Arthritis Research & Therapy investigated 2,234 patients and linked vitamin D deficiency and chronic inflammatory rheumatic diseases, such as psoriatic arthritis. Among the patients studied, 775 had rheumatoid arthritis (RA), 738 had ankylosing spondylitis (AS), and 721 had psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Researchers found vitamin D deficiencies…

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    New Arthritis Pain Treatment Miracle As Scientists Discover How To Switch Off Immune Response

     New Arthritis Pain Treatment Arthritis Pain Treatment prevent flare-up in the painfully disease are on the horizon after scientists discovered how the body’s defense systems is switched off. Rheumatoid Arthritis is a long-term condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints especially the hands, feet and wrists. It is an autoimmune disease when the immune system – which normally fights infection – attacks the cells that line joints by mistake, making them swollen, stiff and painful. Over time, this can damage the joint itself, the cartilage and nearby bone. But it is unsure what triggers this problem with the immune system. It commonly starts between the ages of…

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    New Arthritis Treatment Brings Hope For Million Sufferers

    When cartilage becomes damaged, it leads to the painful condition – leaving patients immobile and in pain.In extreme cases, nearly all cartilage in a joint can be worn away – causing a painful grinding together of bones.There is currently no cure.But now researchers at Pennsylvania State University in the US have successfully grown cartilage tissue in the lab from cow joints.They hope they could create a arthritis treatment by growing human cartilage in a same way, effectively churning out patches for worn joints.Their research was published in journal Scientific Reports.Lead scientist Dr Ibrahim Ozbolat said: “Our goal is to create tissue that can be used to replace large amounts of…

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    New Study Confirms Marijuana Is Best Treatment For Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Study Confirms Marijuana Is Best Treatment For Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis is a joint disorder that can affect anyone of any age, but is most common among the aging population. Arthritis is characterized by inflammation of the joints, which is often accompanied by severe pain.Although there are over 100 different forms of arthritis, the most common are rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Both cause pain and swelling of the joints and result in limited movement.Study Confirms that Marijuana Is very effective as a Best Treatment For Rheumatoid Arthritis. Unfortunately, no drugs are available that can slow progression of the osteoarthritis and conventional anti-inflammatory drugs are not always effective in relieving symptoms of pain.…

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    Recognize New Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms Before The Worsen Of Disease

    15 Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms That Are Very Dangerous: here are the Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms:You probably know all about the swelling and pain in your joints that comes and goes when you have rheumatoid arthritis. But don’t neglect unusual Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms that crop up on other parts of your body. They could be Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms , complications or side effects of medicine you take.Watch out for these 10 problems, and call your doctor if you spot them. 1-Fatigue:Fatigue is a very common symptom in all stages of rheumatoid arthritis, particularly when the joint inflammation is active. Fatigue in rheumatoid arthritiscan be caused by the body’s reaction to inflammation, poor sleep, anemia, and medications.The fatigue of rheumatoid arthritis…

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    8 Negative Thoughts About Psoriatic Arthritis And How To Overcome Them

    Psoriatic arthritis can cause joint pain that may affect the quality of your day-to-day life. Along with the pain, questions, doubts, and fears can become pervasive among people with the condition. The source of negative thinking can stem from the condition itself. “Psoriasis can be disfiguring for the skin, [and] then when you add in the arthritis, people can also have problems moving around,” explains rheumatologist William Harvey, MD, an assistant professor of rheumatology at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.About Psoriatic arthritis has also been linked with an increased risk for depression and anxiety, characterized in part by negative thoughts due to sadness and hopelessness, according to a review of…

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    6 Most Important Things Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient Should to Avoid

    6 Most Important Things Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient Should to Avoid.Foods To Avoid With Arthritis You do your best to live a full, active life with Rheumatoid Arthritis Patient. But do you recognize any of these common missteps? If they sound familiar, it’s not too late to get back on track. 1. Not Seeing a Rheumatologist: Your regular doctor may have diagnosed your RA. It’s still a good idea to see a specialist, too.Rheumatologists are doctors who are experts in treating RA and other types of arthritis. 2. Too Much Couch Time: When you have joint pain and fatigue, it’s hard to get up and get moving. But regular exercise is key for your…

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    8 Secrets Only People Know Living With Arthritis Pain Management

    Arthritis Pain Management: Arthritis Types We’ve done some digging and came up with 8 tried-and-true hacks from peers and practitioners who’ve dealt with arthritis discomfort  and worse  day in and day out. 1. Make Peace With Movement: The first thing to know is that activity is your friend, says Patricia Katz, PhD, professor of medicine and rheumatology at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine. And that advice holds for people who have Aheumatoid Arthritis  as well as osteoarthritis, she says. 2. Consider Alternative Treatments: Arthritis Pain Management When you’re dealing with arthritis pain, it’s important to maintain the body, mind, and spirit connection, advises Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare ups patient Anna Marie Meyer, from Happy Valley,…