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Your nose can repair your knee arthritis? Not yet in Dubai!

Oct 31, 2016 || By Humeira||Arthritis

Doctors might one day be able to harvest cells from patients’ noses to produce cartilage that can be transplanted into damaged knee joints, a small experiment suggests.

Because the experiment only included 10 adults who were followed for just two years, it’s impossible to say for sure wheth

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Green tea to the rescue!

Mar 29, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

Green tea has always been hailed for its anti-inflammatory properties. But researchers at Washington State University (WSU) in Spokane have now identified a potential new approach to combating the joint pain, inflammation and tissue damage caused by rheumatoid arthritis – though a component found

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Stopping cartilage damage in Osteoarthritis

Mar 11, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

For the first time, Researchers have moved beyond just pain relief in treating osteoarthritis (OA) and have come up with a way to treat cartilage damage as well. They believe that Bisphosphonates, a class of drugs commonly prescribed for osteoporosis, which work by inhibiting cells called osteoclast

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An apple a day keeps arthritis away

Feb 23, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

There’s more to this popular saying than we give it credit for. Recent research has revealed that eating apples on a daily basis can help lower C-reactive protein (CRP), a key marker of inflammation in the blood, besides lowering levels of cholesterol.
Details of the study
In 2012, a study was con

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Test to predict Rheumatoid Arthritis

Feb 04, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

Researchers at Oxford University have now come up with a new test that can accurately predict a person’s chances of being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, up to 16 years in advance. This important breakthrough can help people make crucial lifestyle choices and take preventive measures.

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Tips for working with Arthritis by Dubai Rheumatologist

Jan 25, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

Working 9 to 5 in the office environment, especially when you have arthritis, can be a daunting task. Even in a desk job, sitting for long periods of time can take its toll on the joints. Regular movement is essential to keep your joints flexible and mobile, as an eight-hour workday stuck in a cub

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Designer cells to fight Psoriasis and Arthritis

Jan 14, 2016 || By admin||Arthritis

Traditionally, autoimmune diseases like psoriasis, in which the body’s immune system launches an attack on the body’s own tissues, are treated by tamping down the immune system with suppressant drugs.

But researchers have now devised another approach: a tiny implant of designer cells that det

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Your nose can repair your knee arthritis? Not yet in Dubai!

Doctors might one day be able to harvest cells from patients’ noses to produce cartilage that can be transplanted into damaged knee joints, a sma...

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Green tea to the rescue!

Green tea has always been hailed for its anti-inflammatory properties. But researchers at Washington State University (WSU) in Spokane have now ide...

Read More

Stopping cartilage damage in Osteoarthritis

For the first time, Researchers have moved beyond just pain relief in treating osteoarthritis (OA) and have come up with a way to treat cartilage d...

Read More

An apple a day keeps arthritis away

There’s more to this popular saying than we give it credit for. Recent research has revealed that eating apples on a daily basis can help low...

Read More

This web site is run by an Arthritis Specialist based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. On this site you will find news about the latest in arthritis, information about research results in the field, tips and information and diet and exercise, and much more.

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