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Sleep/activity cycles key to tailored interventions for people with arthritis December 1, 2020...
Knee injuries don’t have to become osteoarthritis November 30, 2020 (Vancouver) – Arthritis...
Researchers look to physical therapy to get arthritis patients moving November 30, 2020...
Rheumatoid arthritis patients take to Reddit for mental health support November 27, 2020...
A matching gift to provide twice the arthritis research power November 26, 2020 (Vancouver, BC) –...

 

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Healthy Holiday Tips for People with Gout

Healthy Holiday Tips for People with Gout Frothy hot chocolate, roast turkey and buttery piesーthe most wonderful time of the year is upon us in all its abundance and decadence. It can be tempting to indulge during the holidays, but when you have gout those indulgences...

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30-Day Exercise Challenge for Arthritis

30-Day Exercise Challenge for Arthritis 30 days of motion is lotion for your joints! Regular exercise is an integral part of your overall health, and especially important for those living with arthritis. However, finding the best exercises that work for your body and...

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Putting healthcare equity under the microscope

Putting healthcare equity under the microscope November 19, 2020 (Vancouver, BC) – Arthritis Research Canada’s Dr. Cheryl Barnabe, senior scientist of rheumatology, is a team member on a new grant that seeks to examine how changes in the use of emergency services...

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ACR Convergence 2020 Spotlight – Day Five

Arthritis Research Canada - Research Spotlightsfrom American College of Rheumatology's ACR Convergence 2020 Day 5 - Monday, November 9 | 9 to 11 AM ET. Arthritis Research Canada, Research Scientists:  Dr. G. Hazlewood (Calgary), Dr. S. Bartlett (McGill) Poster...

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ACR Convergence 2020 Spotlight – Day Four

Arthritis Research Canada - Research Spotlightsfrom American College of Rheumatology's ACR Convergence 2020 Day 4 - Sunday, November 8 | 9 to 11 AM ET. Arthritis Research Canada, Research Trainee: Dr. M. Choi (Calgary), Research Scientist:  Dr. A. Clarke (Calgary)...

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ACR Convergence 2020 Spotlight – Day Three

Arthritis Research Canada - Research Spotlightsfrom American College of Rheumatology's ACR Convergence 2020 Day 3 - Saturday, November 7 | 9 to 11 AM ET. Arthritis Research Canada, Research Scientist: Dr. HK Choi (UBC, Harvard), Poster Presentation.Title:...

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ACR Convergence 2020 Spotlight – Day Two

Arthritis Research Canada - Research Spotlightsfrom American College of Rheumatology's ACR Convergence 2020 Day 2 - Friday, November 6 | 9 to 11 AM ET. Arthritis Research Canada, Research Scientists: Dr. Hazlewood (Calgary), Dr. Bartlett (McGill) research poster...

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S’adapter à la nouvelle normalité: retourner à l’école ou au travail pendant la pandémie

Allez-vous retourner à l’école ou au travail cet automne? Il est important que vous vous prépariez et que vous vous protégiez. Les personnes qui sont atteintes d’une maladie auto-immune devront en faire encore plus pour s’adapter à la nouvelle normalité, en prenant en particulier des précautions supplémentaires pour éviter les risques posés par la COVID-19. Découvrez comment d’autres personnes se débrouillent face à la pandémie.

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Le partenariat patient-chercheur est fondamental pour la recherche en rhumatologie au centre de recherche du CHU de Québec-UL

Au centre de recherche du CHU de Québec-Université Laval, le programme de recherche du Dr Paul R. Fortin, chercheur et rhumatologue, sur les Maladies Rhumatismales Autoimmunes Systémiques (MRAS), permet aux nombreux chercheurs fondamentaux qui travaillent sur les maladies inflammatoires, telles que l’arthrite rhumatoïde ou le lupus, de développer et d’améliorer leurs nombreux projets de recherche fondamentale.

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I’m Dr. Diane Lacaille, Ask Me Anything

I'm Dr. Diane Lacaille, Ask Me Anything Do you have questions about arthritis? Our Reddit AMA with Dr. Diane Lacaille is now complete. Please click here to view the AMA.  Join Dr. Diane Lacaille, Scientific Director, Arthritis Research Canada, for a Reddit...

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