The use of an antimalarial medication may prevent the onset of diabetes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, new research shows.
To help expand global health and fitness research and partnerships, the American College of Sports Medicine has formed an international science and health exchange to highlight scientific discovery and collaboration.
Swedish researchers report that there is an increase in the risk of developing arthritis in early adulthood if a child has a serious infection during the first year of his or her life.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, have engineered a biologically inspired robot that mirrors the actions of sought-after service dogs to aid those who are disabled.
Maintaining physical activity after a fall, similar to the one taken recently by former First Lady Nancy Reagan, 87, is key to a full recovery, APTA says.
The American Physical Therapy Association has urged the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to delay implementation of the tenth revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems for 2 years beyond the planned launch date.
After forty years of decline, rheumatoid arthritis may be on the rise in women, according to recent research.
Tai chi is effective in the treatment of pain and physical impairment in people with severe knee osteoarthritis, according to recent research.
Australian researchers have developed a system to fast track stroke treatment.
The neural commands sent by the brain to the arm when reaching for an object were recently modeled using a theory that they are coordinated to minimize energy expenditure, according to a new study.