Eating fish could help decrease the disease acitivity of rheumatoid arthritis.
Researchers diagnosed a fossilized specimen of a duck-billed dinosaur with septic arthritis. This is the oldest recorded case of septic arthritis -- a condition in which a joint becomes inflamed, often from bacteria or fungus.
Scientists have grown stem cells that could grow new cartilage on the hip, which could provide an alternative to hip replacement surgery.
These fish, which are reportedly close ancestors of humans, can have athritis, too. What does it mean for us humans?
Study says women who work longer hours triple their chances of getting cancer and heart diseases.
Researchers studying kangaroon cartilage found that it could help understand how to better engineer artificial shoulder and knee joints for humans.
Most Western professionals view traditional Chinese medicine with a great deal of skepticism. However, every once in a while, modern science finds evidence that some ancient practitioners were truly on to something. Such was the case with one remedy that was recently found to be just as potent in treating rheumatoid arthritis as traditional Western medicines.