Increasing dairy product consumption has been associated with an increased risk of total hip replacement for men (but not women) with osteoarthritis, experts reveal in The Journal of Rheumatology.
There is growing concern about opioid use before total knee replacement surgery and now new research in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery suggests that it could actually lead to worse pain outcomes afterwards. Continue reading
Osteoarthritis could be avoided with a good diet and regular exercise, claims a new review published in Nature Reviews Rheumatology. Continue reading
People with more severe knee damage from osteoarthritis may be less likely to respond to steroid injections, according to a recent analysis in Arthritis Research and Therapy.
People who hear popping, grating or cracking sounds in or around their knees may have a higher risk of developing knee osteoarthritis, says research in Arthritis Care & Research. Continue reading