| Sep 29, 2010
| 2:24 PM
Snap, crackle and pop! Not just breakfast cereal anymore — it may be the sound of your joints as you go up a flight of stairs.
Joint popping and cracking, or "crepitus," is one of the more than 100 forms of arthritis. Do a self-survey: How do...
| May 28, 2010
A bacterial infection typically spread by fleas, lice and biting flies could be more prevalent than many think, and may have been transmitted from a mother to her children at birth, scientists from N.C. State University say.
Dr. Edward Breitschwerdt,...
| Mar 30, 2011
| 7:39 PM
In a few days a performance hall in Kansas City will come alive with music and art in a benefit show to help kids and adults with arthritis. The impresario putting it all together is Reaching 4 Excellence Young Achiever Kasie Goodfellow.
| Dec 20, 2010
| 4:33 PM
Contamination is a likely explanation for scientific data that seemed to link a retrovirus and other mouse viruses to chronic fatigue syndrome and prostate cancer, according to four papers published Monday in the journal Retrovirology.
The papers provide...
| Sep 15, 2010
My grandmother was crippled by rheumatoid arthritis and, during her final days, she often said things like, "I wish I had a big fat doobie right now."
Another line was, "I would really love to do a line of cocaine right about now."
Oh, and she pulled...
| Sep 17, 2010
For more than a decade, Cheryl Clark has lived with the chronic pain that accompanies fibromyalgia. After years of suffering with severe flulike aches and pains, she finally found some relief — but it didn't come from a pill or a shot. It came...