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OARSI 2016

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Spanish researchers have uncovered evidence that may be indicative of solid biomarkers for osteoarthritis. Researchers reported their findings at the OARSI 2016 World Congress held in Amsterdam this month.

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Vitamin D doesn't offer much osteoarthritis pain relief. Knee pain, physical function, bone marrow lesions and effusion-synovitism show little improvements, shows a study presented at OARSI 2016.

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Severe knee osteoarthritis is modestly associated with an increased risk of all-cause and cardiovascular disease specific mortality, a study presented at OARSI 2016 shows.

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For osteoarthritis patients in pain, this corticosteriod provides sustained and "highly effective" pain relief, study presented at OARSI 2016 shows.

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Obesity may have an independent effect on the risk of knee osteoarthritis through both metabolic pathways and mechanical loading, physicians report at the OARSI 2016 World Congress.

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There are better ways to predict knee osteoarthritis (OA) progression, according to a Duke University physician scientist reporting at OARSI 2016 World Congress.

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