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News: Orexin’s Yin/Yang Functions Regulate Bone Remodeling

Working both to support bone formation and suppress it, a new study reveals orexin neuropeptides are essential regulators of skeletal homeostasis

Meeting: Spondyloarthritis: Clues to Earlier Recognition

Rheumatologists at the California Rheumatology Alliance 10th Annual Medical & Scientific Meeting discuss challenges to diagnosing, managing spondyloarthritides

Meeting: Lupus Classification Criteria Expanded; Treat-to-Target Approach Gains Support

Rheumatologists at the California Rheumatology Alliance 10th Annual Medical & Scientific Meeting in San Francisco outline disease classification criteria, treat-to-target approach to lupus

Meeting: Janus Kinase Inhibitors Represent New Tool to Slow Rheumatoid Arthritis

Physicians at the California Rheumatology Alliance 10th Annual Medical & Scientific Meeting in San Francisco report on studies about JAK inhibitors as targeted immunomodulators and disease-modifying therapies in RA

Meeting: Diagnose, Manage and Treat Giant Cell Arteritis

A rheumatologist at the California Rheumatology Alliance 10th Annual Medical & Scientific Meeting in San Francisco shares research findings on this inflammatory blood vessel disease

Features: How to Manage Physician Burnout

Stress-coping techniques for physicians under strain of healthcare industry changes

Features: Rheumatologists May Help Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis Overcome Obstacles to Sex

By asking about their sexual relationships, rheumatologists can improve quality of patients' love lives

Features: Malignant Atrophic Papulosis Is Challenging to Diagnose, Treat

Patient histories, clinician reports of condition also called Köhlmeier-Degos disease underscore need for integrated, multidisciplinary care

News: Aggregated Neutrophils Limit Inflammation

A new study suggests understanding this antiinflammatory pathway may lead to new immunomodulatory therapy for resolving inflammation

News: Medical Marijuana Use by Rheumatology Patients Needs Closer Look

Study calls for more research into drug’s safety, side effects before rheumatologists prescribe pot to patients with chronic pain

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