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Arthritis (from Greek arthro-, joint + -itis, inflammation; plural: arthritides) is a group of conditions involving damage to the joints of the body. Read More

Headlines Around the Web

She started, built 2 companies despite all odds

Jun 13, 2013 - The Times of India

She started, built 2 cos despite all odds

Jun 12, 2013 - The Times of India

Arthritis drug blow for AstraZeneca chief

Jun 05, 2013 - Financial Times

Merck to pay J&J $500m over arthritis drug

Apr 16, 2011 - Financial Times

Ill health may stand in the way of new home

Apr 09, 2011 - Financial Post

Tai Chi reduces arthritis pains: study

Nov 09, 2010 - France24

Merck relies on prescription of cost-cuts

Oct 30, 2010 - Financial Times

Articles About Arthritis

A pharmacist holds bottles of prescription arthritis and pain medication
Cartilage Contributes to Arthritis: Study Finds This Discovery Could Help in The Treatment of Arthritis

By IBTimes AU

Melbourne researchers have found that the cartilage plays an active role and is not an "innocent bystander". (Sep 15)

The exterior of Community Hospital where a patient with the first confirmed U.S. case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is in isolation, is seen in Munster, Indiana, May 5, 2014.
New Zealand’s National Party Offers Funding to Ensure Speedy Cure for Early Stage Cancer Patients

By IBTimes AU

This is a significant step in ensuring public healthcare, given the vulnerability of kiwis to cancer, highighted by certain studies (Aug 30)


A doctor checks a miner, rescued from a gold mine affected by a landslide
"Sex Superbug" Puts Doctors on High Alert: A New Strain of Highly Resistant Gonorrhoea was Found in Australia

By IBTimes AU

A powerful new form of gonorrhoea has been detected in Australia that put doctors on high alert. (Aug 26)


An Afghan seller displays produce for sale during the World Pomegranate Fair
Pomegranate Compound: New Natural Drug to Aid Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

By IBTimes AU

A research conducted by University of Huddersfield scientist Dr Olumayokun Olajide, who specializes in the anti-inflammatory properties of natural products, has found that a compound that is found in pomegranate can slow the development of Alzheimer's disease and its symptoms. (Aug 25)

A lizard looks around as it climbs down a window screen
Breakthrough in Science: Genetic Recipe of Lizard Tail Generation Will Help Humans Get New Limbs

By IBTimes AU

Researchers from Arizona State University discovered the genetic recipe for lizard tail generation. (Aug 22)


Worm Pill Could Ease Autoimmune Disease Symptoms

By IBTimes AU (No Google news)

Peptides in parasitic worms could hold the clue for possible treatment for autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis and psoriasis, which are rampant in many parts of the world (Aug 21)


Shiro Fukai, 48, drinks distilled spirit next to manager Yoshiko Toyoda (L) at the Otasuke "izakaya" style pub and restaurant in Tokyo May 8, 2014.
The Drug That Completely Cures Alopecia Baldness and Restores Hair in Five Months

By IBTimes AU

A drug called ruxolitinib could restore full hair growth in three patients suffering from alopecia baldness within five months. (Aug 20)


Former WWE Stripping Diva Kelly Kelly Getting Hitched to NHL Star [VIDEO]

By IBTimes AU

Her signature style during her WWE Diva days was that she hated clothing and would strip before getting her nails dirty in the ring. Former WWE Diva Kelly Kelly now goes by a different name in Barbie Blank. She has moved on from the ring to gracing the the covers of Maxim. (Aug 06)


Actress Kristen Johnston poses during a photocall to promote the television series "The Exes"
Celebrities Suffering From Lupus: Facts About the Disease

By IBTimes AU

Actress Kristen Johnston, pop star Selena Gomez, R&B singer Whitney Houston and even Lady Gaga have said they suffer from Lupus. The autoimmune disease causes the immune system of the body to become hyperactive and attack its own tissues. (Jul 24)


Molecular Genetics Technical Specialist Jaime Wendt (R) and Mike Tschannen work in the Human and Molecular Genetics Center Sequencing Core at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee May 9, 2014.
Science Explores Flatulence, Fart Smell: 5 Things to Know

By IBTimes AU

So what’s in a fart that made researchers claim sniffing the smell is good for the health? Science has been toying with the theory that sniffing fart could be helpful in the treatment and prevention of certain illnesses. (Jul 16)