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The Oral Microbiome and Its Links to Autoimmunity

Recent research has elucidated the relationship between the oral microbiome and a variety of system diseases including Sjogrens, Lupus, & Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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Here’s How to Get Control of Your Gout

When a doctor and a person with gout work closely together, it's possible to get gout under control. Asking for support from people in your life is vital.It can take a year or more to get gout flares to stop, even with a perfect regimen of gout treatment, however, a successful outcome can almost always be achieved.
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8 Practical Tips to Delay Surgery for Arthritis

The best approach for arthritis of the knee is to wait as long as possible before joint replacement surgery. There are a number of steps you can take to deal with your pain before selecting a surgical option. These measures often significantly lessen the pain and improve your quality of life.
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Does Running Actually Cause Knee Osteoarthritis?

All of that pounding from recreational running must be bad on our knees, but science suggests otherwise. What then is the cause of osteoarthritis?
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CBD Has an Extremely Wide Range of Health Benefits

CBD is a non-psychoactive compound derived from Cannabis sativa. Studies are confirming its benefits in a variety of clinical conditions, including cancer, arthritis, and migraine.

What Really Works to Reduce Osteoarthritis Pain in the Knee?

Losing weight and exercising are the best medicine for pain due to knee osteoarthritis, the problem is both are hard to do. Community-based programs are being developed (and studied) to see what works best.

What You Need to Know about Psoriatic Arthritis

While there is no cure, psoriatic arthritis can be managed. Early recognition, diagnosis, and treatment are critical to relieve the pain and inflammation of PsA.
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The Struggles of Being a Psoriasis Patient

A recent survey of psoriasis patients world wide revealed that 84% of patient face discrimination and humiliation. However, new therapies are available that can result in clear or almost clear skin.

Is There Really an Epidemic of Gluten Sensitivity?

Dov Michaeli reviews seminal studies on non-celiac gluten sensitivity and concludes that many of the millions of people who think they are gluten sensitive actually may not be.
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Autoimmune Disease in the Age of New Biology

Autoimmune disease has been divvied up into 100's of diseases. But with the dawn of personalized medicine, we may be ready to change our thinking.
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Creating a Blueprint to Improve Care for Autoimmune Disease

Bonnie Feldman and colleagues describe a patient-generated blueprint to tackle the 3 most pressing problems people with autoimmune disease face.
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Millions with Autoimmune Disease Need a Better Solution

Autoimmune disease is an under-recognized market opportunity because of increasing incidence, prevalence, and economic burden.