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App Aids Self-Monitoring of Some Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

Patients with low disease activity using app-assisted patient-initiated care had fewer consultations with rheumatologists

Poll: Inflation Has Many Americans Cutting Back on Health Care

One in four Americans have put off medical care or prescription purchases due to higher prices

Transient Increase Seen in CV Events Following Gout Flare

Among gout patients experiencing cardiovascular events, odds of gout flare higher in preceding 0 to 60 and 61 to 120 days

Just 8 Percent of Americans Lack Health Insurance, a Record Low

Before last year's decline, the rate of uninsured Americans was in double digits for decades

AMA: Nine in 10 Americans Want Their Health Info Kept Private

AMA survey unearthed concerns about data privacy protections and confusion about who can access personal health information

Limited English Proficiency Tied to Worse Access to Health Care

Adults with limited English proficiency more likely to lack usual source of care, be overdue for receipt of preventive services

Short Sleep Duration Causally Linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis

No evidence for correlation seen between RA and frequent insomnia, any insomnia, sleep duration, getting up, morningness, snoring

FDA to Take a Hard Look at Its Food, Tobacco Programs

Agency has been under heightened scrutiny since the nationwide infant formula shortage and debate over e-cigarette products

Genetic Liability to RA Linked to CAD, Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Association for coronary artery disease attenuated after adjustment for genetically predicted C-reactive protein levels

Breakthrough Infections in Lupus Patients Down With COVID Booster

Sixty-four percent of those with breakthrough COVID-19 had received booster compared with 82 percent of those without breakthrough infection