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Guidelines for Osteoporosis Management in Postmenopausal Women

Guidelines for Osteoporosis Management in Postmenopausal Women

If you are a postmenopausal woman with osteoporosis, it’s important to take specific measures to manage bone loss and reduce the possibility of injury. Here are some guidelines you should follow:  What You Should Do It’s critical that you get adequate amounts of...
Not Enough Pediatric Rheumatologists

Not Enough Pediatric Rheumatologists

A child who does not receive adequate treatment for a rheumatic condition may suffer dire lifelong consequences. Over 300,000 children have been diagnosed with rheumatic diseases, yet fewer than 400 pediatric rheumatologists practice in America. Rheumatologists who...
Rheumatoid vs Osteoarthritis: What’s the Difference?

Rheumatoid vs Osteoarthritis: What’s the Difference?

Osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are both forms of inflammation of the joints but they are actually very different types of a broader condition called arthritis. There are many forms of arthritis, including gout, but RA and OA are two of the most...
Drug Holiday Effects on Osteoporosis Patients

Drug Holiday Effects on Osteoporosis Patients

Researchers are confirming “drug holidays” require closer follow-up and attention, especially in patients at high risk of fracturing. Patients who take osteoporosis drugs for years at a time are typically advised to take a “drug holiday” or temporarily discontinue...
Gout: A Chronic Disease

Gout: A Chronic Disease

Gout’s reputation as the “disease of kings” is widely undeserved, though many would be surprised to hear that. Often mistaken for only an effect of obesity, gout is dismissed as a more serious ailment, which could leave the patient in great pain and without an...