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Treating RA in an Aging Population

As the population ages and improved treatments extend the lifespan of patients, doctors find themselves increasingly juggling the treatment of multiple conditions. (©OcskayBence/Shutterstock.com)

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Research shows a possible biological basis between gout, tomatoes and other foods.

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Rheumatoid arthritis patients using adalimumab don’t face higher risks for adverse health events, researchers said in a recent study. The new study also reinforces the benefit for these patients of receiving the flu vaccine.

Today’s therapeutic practices in rheumatology could one day go the way of the rotary telephone due to advances in imaging, proteomics and other areas.

Sometimes asking "How are you feeling isn't enough. In this slideshow, we list eight communication pitfalls physicians should avoid.

Ellen M. Field, M.D.

Building a relationship with your patients is the first step to avoiding communication pitfalls, says Dr. Ellen M. Field of Bethlehem, Penn.

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Biosimilars to Humira and Enbrel are one step closer to the marketplace with FDA advisory committee approval.

Seth Ginsberg

Global Healthy Living Foundation and CreakyJoints president and co-founder, Seth Ginsberg, cautions against extrapolation, but is optimistic about biosimilars.

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