The MD Magazine Rheumatology specialty page provides clinical news and articles, coverage from conferences and meetings, links to condition-specific resources, and videos and other content.


Is Rheumatoid Arthritis Really on the Decline?
A new study leads back to the age-old question of incidence vs. diagnostics.
It's well known that arthritis doesn't mix well with other conditions. But where does healthcare go with that information?
John Stone, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, discussed study results and fear surrounding giant cell arteritis.
Using yoga for lower back pain relief may be a case of trial-and-error.
The only consensus seems to be that walking is good for arthritis.
It might be time to retire the belief that bad weather is hurting joint pain even more.
A biosimilar to the world's biggest-selling drug performed well alongside it, according to top-line results announced recently.
Dutch researchers used radiolabeling to observe certolizumab in the body for the first time. Such studies could provide a greater understanding of how TNF inhibitors can be best used in the treatment of inflammatory conditions like arthritis.
The MD Magazine editors rounded up the 10 best stories from December—did you read them all?

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