Write your way out of chronic pain

Chronic pain is at an epidemic level, affecting about a third of the adult population. In adolescents, the number of… Read More »

FDA Approves Label Change for Pfizer’s Abuse-Deterrent EMBEDA Morphine

First extended-release morphine to reduce oral and intranasal abuse

With Fibromyalgia Treatment, One Size Does Not Fit All

Paris—The bulk of evidence to date suggests that treatment of fibromyalgia should be individualized and graduated, with nonpharmacologic approaches preferred… Read More »

Coping with chronic pain

According to the American Pain Foundation, about 32 million people in the United States report pain lasting longer than one… Read More »

Children ‘can boost arthritis risk’

A woman’s children can increase her risk of rheumatoid arthritis, research suggests.  Foetal cells from an unborn baby may remain… Read More »

Stanford scientists awarded $18 million to accelerate rheumatoid arthritis, lupus research

The National Institutes of Health has awarded two groups of Stanford scientists grants that could exceed $18 million to help… Read More »

Sugary Sodas May Raise RA Risk

Women who drink one or more sugar-sweetened sodas a day are significantly more likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis (RA) than… Read More »

Biosimilars poised to make biologics more routine

The biosimilar age for rheumatology has arrived, and experts expect wider use of previously expensive biologic drugs as biosimilar competition… Read More »

2014 But You LOOK Good Inspiration Award – Matt Iseman, MD

Matt Iseman, MD has been selected to be the 2014 recipient of the Invisible Disabilities Association’s “But You LOOK Good”… Read More »

AIIMS study links air pollution, arthritis

Are autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, where the body’s immune system reacts against itself, linked to air pollution? Click… Read More »
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