New experimental drug, vamorolone, can reduce chronic inflammation as well as risk of heart failure in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). Scientists affiliated with Children’s National Health System show.
Researchers at Boston Medical Center identified that older women with frequent, persistent back pain face an increased risk of earlier death.
In a new study in mice, the UNIGE researchers have successfully used tamoxifen for treating myotubular myopathy, a fatal genetic muscle diseases.
Researchers from European Society of Cardiology (ESC) have demonstrated people with higher levels of vitamin D in the blood have better cardiorespiratory capacity.
All tennis elbow non-surgical treatment options provide small pain relief, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published in American Journal of Sport Medicine.
Researchers from the University of Hong Kong have shown that alendronate is associated with a reduced risk of heart attacks, cardiovascular death, and stroke in a study of patients with hip fractures. (Reference: WILEY)
Boston University School of Medicine researchers say they have developed a simple & cost effective treatment for failed back surgery syndrome.
A study in NEJM has suggested that Romosozumab provides more effective protection against fractures than Alendronate.
New study in mice demonstrate the long-term consumption of the mineral-supplemented diet benefits bone mass and strength with age. Surprisingly, nutrition has a greater impact on bone strength than exercise, says University of Michigan study.
Participating in organized sports during childhood and adolescence is associated with greater whole body and leg bone mineral content at 20 years of age, a new study led by Curtin University researchers finds.