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Retired professional footballers at higher risk of knee osteoarthritis

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Retired professional footballers are far more prone to develop knee pain and osteoarthritis and face problems with their knees earlier in life than the average person, a study has revealed.
Date:
06/11/2017

The Conversation: Gut bacteria play a role in long-term weight gain

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Dr Ana Valdes writes about the role of gut bacteria in weight gain in The Conversation.
Date:
16/03/2017

Gout sufferers are missing out on recommended treatment

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Only a minority of gout sufferers in England receive the recommended treatment to cure their condition, according to a new study.
Date:
05/01/2015

Football and osteoarthritis study kicks off

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Researchers at The University Nottingham have been awarded funding to find out why so many professional footballers develop osteoarthritis.
Date:
13/02/2014

Research shows cases of gout soaring but treatment poor

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Rates of gout in the UK have soared since the late 1990s, with one in every 40 people now affected by the condition — the highest in Europe — but treatment remains as poor now as it was then, according to new research led by The University of Nottingham.
Date:
17/01/2014

Gout clusters within families with heritability higher among men than women, research shows

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Gout clusters within families, with increased risks being seen for individuals with affected relatives, while the heritability is higher among men than women, according to studies at the School of Medicine published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.
Date:
02/12/2013

Misconceptions of gout preventing effective treatment, study shows

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Gout, the most common form of inflammatory arthritis, is supposedly easy to treat. But misconceptions of this painful condition are preventing effective treatment, according to findings of Arthritis Research UK-funded studies at The University of Nottingham.
Date:
18/04/2013
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