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Scientists tackle joint injuries that can trigger arthritis - Bend Bulletin



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Scientists tackle joint injuries that can trigger arthritis 
Bend Bulletin
WASHINGTON ? Researchers are hunting for a way to stave off the damage of injury-induced arthritis, by targeting the little energy factories that power cartilage cells. University of Iowa scientists used pigs to mimic the cascade of cartilage damage ...

 


Scientists Test New Treatment for Injuries that Produce Arthritis - Voice of America



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Scientists Test New Treatment for Injuries that Produce Arthritis 
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American researchers are looking for new ways to reduce arthritis pain. Arthritis is known to affect older people. Over time, the joints of the body suffer damage and become inflamed. The condition has also been found to affect younger adults who ...

 


Scientists aim at joint injuries that can trigger arthritis - News - The ... - The Ledger



Scientists aim at joint injuries that can trigger arthritis - News - The ... 
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WASHINGTON ? Arthritis isn't always from the wear and tear of getting older ? younger adults too often get it after suffering knee or ankle injuries. Now researchers are hunting a way to stave off the damage, by targeting the little energy factories ...

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Scientists looking for way to ward off arthritis caused by joint injuries ... - Toronto Star



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Scientists looking for way to ward off arthritis caused by joint injuries ... 
Toronto Star
Study found using some old medications in a new way ? rapidly injecting them into the animals' joints ? interrupted that cycle of cell dysfunction to protect against arthritis.
Scientists aim at joint injuries that can trigger arthritis | News, Sports ... Lock Haven Express

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Stem-cell treatments aim to regenerate injured joints - The Durango Herald



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Stem-cell treatments aim to regenerate injured joints 
The Durango Herald
McLaughlin advises his patients to expect pain for 24 to 72 hours after the injections because the body is starting the regenerative process. Rather than flowing back into the body's blood stream, the fluid restarts the healing process in a chronically ...

 


Driver injured in single-vehicle Bourne crash - Cape Cod Times



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Driver injured in single-vehicle Bourne crash 
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BOURNE ? A driver was extricated from her vehicle and transported to Falmouth Hospital following a rollover crash on Connery Avenue near the Massachusetts National Cemetery on Sunday, said Bourne Fire Deputy Chief David Pelonzi. Bourne Fire Department ...
Driver trapped after rollover crash in Bourne CapeCod.com News

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Ankle injuries common in Craig - Craig Daily Press



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Ankle injuries common in Craig 
Craig Daily Press
"It's very common here due to sports injuries, farming, outdoor activities and just being on your feet a lot," said Dr. Derek Harper, a podiatrist with Memorial Regional Health. You might not think of a foot doctor as the person to see for an ankle ...

 


Protein that prevents further cartilage damage - Medical Xpress



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Protein that prevents further cartilage damage 
Medical Xpress
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists performed in vivo experiments on animal models of post traumatic osteoarthritis and found that sclerostin (a protein that in humans is encoded by the Sost gene), acts as a protective molecule ...

 


Acute treatment suppresses posttraumatic arthritis in ankle injury - Medical Xpress



Acute treatment suppresses posttraumatic arthritis in ankle injury 
Medical Xpress
Amobarbital treatment (right) could help protect cartilage to prevent arthritis after joint injuries. Credit: M.C. Coleman et al., Science Translational Medicine (2018). A University of Iowa study has identified a method for inhibiting the occurrence ...

 


More than a million benefits sanctions imposed on disabled people since 2010 - The Guardian



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More than a million benefits sanctions imposed on disabled people since 2010 
The Guardian
Nina Grant has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a genetic collagen defect that causes chronic pain, fatigue and frequent joint injuries. She was sanctioned in 2016 after she informed the Department for Work and Pensions that she was carrying out what the ...